“Help One Another Canada Foundation means that I have the opportunity to invest in a meaningful way in the lives of those who are less privileged. I believe the outcomes that our work influence in a positive way in the lives of those that we touch justify the time and effort that I invest. I see Help One Another as having a very important role and I am committed to the potential that this organization has to make a difference.” Todd Wellington CPA, CGA Board Treasurer and Internal Accountant
“Help one another Canada holds a special place in my heart because they provide education opportunities for underprivileged individuals. They help well deserving youth come out of financial constraint and breaks the barriers they face in attaining an education to become contributing citizens to their community and country.” Hussam Tungekar, Marketing & Communication Director
On the evening of Sunday February 9 2014, Bujumbura, Burundi’s capital, and the surrounding area was hit by torrential rains. The flooding that occurred caused enormous damage to houses, land, as well as taking the lives of almost 70 people to date. The Burundian community of Edmonton and the NGO Dufashanye Canada Foundation have joined forces to raise funds to help the victims of the flood. Dufashanye Canada Foundation has donated $800 to Burundian community to assist the victims of the floods and all proceeds will be donated to Red Cross Burundi. Fundraising efforts will continue until May 3. To conclude this fundraising effort we will be hosting an event on May 3 from 18h to 20h30 at Vanguard College 12140 103 rue N.O. Edmonton AB T5G 2J9. Stay tuned for details about the fundraising event. Meanwhile, you can donate by clicking the button below or or by deposit or transfer to the RBC Royal Bank account # 45091012947 . Watch this video about the flood. Thank you very much for your support.
Thank you to Help One Another Canada which helped me find a sponsor. Now I study without fear of running out of school supplies, school fees or missing health care. God bless Dufashanye Canada Foundation and my sponsor. Jovanie, a sponsored child
Sponsored children have worked hard and succeeded the last school year despite the difficult working conditions: walking long distance to get to school, reviewing their notes in the dark due to lack of electricity, etc. Those who have been among the top 10 at their respective schools have received a certificate.
Help One Another Canada Foundation is proud to present our successful partners, the association Dukingiribidukikije birama (Protect Environment Sustainably). They have successfully managed the Flour Mill Project and reimbursed the micro-loan from Help One Another Canada Foundation long before the agreed loan term. They have been awarded certificates in recognition of their excellent work.
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