Stand Up for Children's Rights

Together, we have the power to improve communities and give kids a decent standard of living.

 

 

 

 

 

Stand Up for Children's Rights

Together, we have the power to improve communities and give kids a decent standard of living.

Empowering people, transforming communities

Good Neighbors Canada is part of an international organization that has been responding to humanitarian crises and alleviating poverty for over 30 years.

GLOBAL IMPACT 

COUNTRIES
CHILDREN SPONSORED
COMMUNITY PROJECTS

 

 

This October, we walk for clean water

Children in rural Zambia walk about 4 hours every day to collect water. How about we walk for them through our Pumpkin Spice Virtual 5K?

 

 

Haitians still need help

A 7.2-magnitude earthquake left a trail of destruction in Haiti. Over 500,000 people are vulnerable.

 

 

 

A world of difference

Monthly giving is the most effective way to provide consistent help to communities. 100% of your donation goes directly to the project you pick. Provide life-changing impact all year round.

 

 

Goods4Causes

Support cooperatives and artisans worldwide by shopping their handmade items! We are also accepting applications for new vendors.

NOTICES

Finch Match My Donation

From September through to December, Finch Auto Group will be matching dollar for dollar up to $1,000/personal donations.

If you donated to us, please click here to fill out their simple form.

October: Free Wills Month in B.C.

If you are 55 and over, have your simple will written or updated free of charge.

Learn more

October: Pumpkin Spice Virtual 5K

If you are in Canada, sign up for our event for clean water until the end of the month! Individual and team registrations are available. Kits are ready: shipping has started and will continue at the beginning of November.

Register now

Acknowledgement

In the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge that we live in the traditional homeland of the Attawandaron, Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, and Lunaapeewak peoples.

Local First Nation communities of this area include Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames, and Munsee-Delaware Nation.

We respect the indigenous population, honour their deep connection to this land, and value the important contributions made to our history and society to this day.

We are committed to continuing to listen, to learn, and we encourage others to do the same.