Health & Well-Being
We work towards raising awareness about the health and well-being gaps in our communities, and to educate and engage society so those gaps are filled and needs are met. What does this mean? Everything from community kitchens, to recreational programs for kids, to space for youth to hang out after school, to mental health resources for our most vulnerable.
Though there are different types of settlements, we believe that those that are successful share some common elements, including safety and economic sustainability. The Rhema Foundation Canada invests in areas that help promote these goals and make people’s lives easier.
Strengthening the Family Unit
How can we reduce poverty and improve employment opportunities for minority youth? How can we engage and revitalize our seniors – the “invisible demographic”? These are just some of the important but challenging questions that The Rhema Foundation Canada is committed to addressing through our family-based initiatives.