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The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.
The Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation is the only non-profit charitable organization\ndedicated to making investments for the benefit of the province's breast cancer patients\nand its scientific and medical community, with every dollar its many fundraisers and\nactivities raise.
Moisson Montréal's mission is to provide an optimal food supply for community agencies serving Montréal's most vulnerable people while actively participating in the development of sustainable solutions to promote food security.
We provide national leadership to relieve hunger today and prevent hunger tomorrow in collaboration with the food bank network in Canada.
The Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation is devoted to raising funds for health care, research and teaching activities for children and pregnant women primarily for the benefit of the McGill University Health Centre and qualified donees.
The Shoebox Project collects and distributes gifts and essentials to women impacted\nby homelessness.
The Kidney Foundation of Canada is the national volunteer organization committed to\neliminating the burden of kidney disease through:\nFunding and stimulating innovative research for better treatments and a cure;\nProviding education and support to prevent kidney disease in those at risk and\nempower those with kidney disease to optimize their health status;\nAdvocating for improved access to high quality health care;\nIncreasing public awareness and commitment to advancing kidney health and organ\ndonation.
Provide care and a community of support for those in Oakville that are struggling and in need, improving their current and future well-being.
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is an agency of the Province of Nova Scotia. Its mandate is to develop a collection, exhibition program, and public program that brings Nova Scotians and visitors in contact with contemporary and historic art that is associated with the province while also introducing art from across the region, the country, and other nations and cultures.
Our mission is clear and simple: To help as many animals as we can. In today’s complex and changing world, we know that to help as many animals as we can, we must be more than a shelter. We must be leaders in education and violence prevention focused on creating a more compassionate tomorrow.
For more than 60 years, Heart & Stroke has been dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Heart & Stroke is a leading funder of life-saving research, which has led to breakthroughs such as heart transplant surgery and a revolutionary stroke treatment that cuts the death rate by 50%. We empower Canadians to live healthier lives — from preventing and controlling high blood pressure to getting more physical activity. And we fight for change that will create better health for all, such as reducing salt in the food supply and improving access to stroke rehabilitation. To tackle these challenges, Heart & Stroke is focusing our efforts on areas where we can make the biggest impact: fighting for prevention; saving lives; transforming recovery; andinvesting in life-saving research.
We are committed to ensuring children realize the rights to which they are entitled under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This Convention forms the basis of all of our work in Canada and around the world.\nSimply put:\nAll children have the right to survival, protection, development and participation\nAll children have the right to be protected from manipulation, violence, abuse and exploitation\nChildren have the right to be listened to, to freely express their views on all matters that affect them, and to freedom of expression, thought, association, and access to information\nMeasures should be put in place to encourage and facilitate children's participation in accordance with their age and maturity\nParticipation should promote the best interests of the child and enhance their personal development\nAll children have equal rights to participate without discrimination