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That every child might reach their full potential.
We help disadvantaged children break free from the cycle of poverty.
That all people are equal.
That the opportunity to reach one’s potential is a basic human right.
That poverty can be eradicated.
That by building children - by helping them to grow intellectually, physically, emotionally, and socially, by fulfilling their needs as they gain an education and discover their talents, by giving them the tools to take control of their own futures - they will grow up and change their world.
The Holistic Child-Centered Network (HCCN) is a comprehensive, educational program that lifts children to a better future. This model has already changed the lives of hundreds of extremely poor children who have broken free from poverty and social exclusion to become fully contributing members of their communities.
About Canadian Humanitarian
We believe that education is the means to break the cycle of poverty. We aim to keep impoverished children who can’t afford to go to school off the streets and in the classroom. Your donation to Canadian Humanitarian helps support disadvantaged, high risk children to succeed in school; providing them with their uniform, basic school supplies, a daily hot meal, tutoring, mentoring, health care, shoes, and clothing. Students also have the opportunity to participate in extra-curricular activities and have access to running water for personal hygiene. Our commitment is long term, as the kids pass from year to year Canadian Humanitarian scholarships help students move on to postsecondary schooling to further their education.
Canadian Humanitarian began assisting 40 Ethiopian students in 2004, and is now supporting 524 students in Ethiopia, and 22 students in Malawi. Our programs have grown because of those volunteers and donors who help us reach out to relieve the suffering of children who have so much potential. With your help, we are successful in breaking the cycle of poverty one child at a time.
Over 1,232 young people are now independent working adults from Canadian Humanitarian programs. They are contributing members of their community and their children will never need Canadian Humanitarian programs. The needs are still great, but the ability to make a difference is not beyond our reach with your continued support.
|Sep 07||Jodie Popowich||CA$27.60|
|Sep 07||Justin Robertson||CA$54.31|
|Sep 03||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Aug 30||Jim Werner||Undisclosed amount|
|Jul 17||Heather Woodward||CA$27.60|
|Jun 26||Bev Statham||CA$27.60|