Donate to charities giving youth the opportunities to grow through extracurricular programs.

After school programs and extracurricular activities provide a safe and supportive environment where youth can have fun, receive mentorship, and make new friends. These experiences can improve mental health, overall wellbeing, and school performance.

Donate to a charity providing food and nutrition to school children in need.

With food insecurity on the rise in Canada, nearly 1 in 3 children are now at risk of going to school hungry.2 We must sure no child goes hungry so they can have the fuel they need to succeed at school.

Donate to charities supporting the education of Indigenous youth.

Help level the playing field for Indigenous youth so that they can reach their full potential, escape poverty, and in-turn have the tools to uplift their communities through schooling.



Donate to support the advancement of girls' education. 

While education is considered a human right, girls around the world face obstacles that keep them from receiving an education. Barriers include poverty, war, famine, and cultural norms. There are an estimated 130 million girls between the ages of 6 and 17 out of school.1 When a girl receives education, their entire community can benefit for years to come. 

Donate to charities supporting children’s education internationally.

Children in countries affected by poverty, war, and famine are often denied the right to go to school. Without food in their bellies, supplies, and transportation, children are unable to get to school safely, if at all. Help communities break the cycle of poverty and give children hope through education.

Donate to a charity helping school children and parents achieve mental wellness.

Ensuring that parents, caregivers, and children have access to mental health support is crucial in enhancing their well-being and quality of life, both at home and in school.