WE Charity is unique among Canadian charities in that it operates collaborative programs both domestically—through WE Day and WE Schools— and internationally, through our Free The Children’s WE Villages international development model.
Our programs would not be possible without the dedicated support, time and collaboration of incredible program partners, school districts and many other supporters. WE Charity is deeply grateful for their help in empowering young people to create better communities and a better world.
Launched in fall 2016, the AP with WE Service program allows hundreds of AP teachers in six AP subjects to relate their curriculum directly to community and global service-learning projects sponsored through WE Day.
The Rick Hansen Foundation (RHF) breaks down barriers by changing attitudes, creating accessible spaces and inspiring an inclusive world. Not only has Rick Hansen, Founder & CEO, spoken at numerous WE Days across Canada, but the Foundation contributes accessibility and inclusion resources as well as expertise for WE facilities, including the new WE Global Learning Center (WGLC). Together, the RHF School Program and WE programs reach over 7,000 schools and groups across Canada, empowering a new generation of champions for people of all abilities.
The Martin Family Initiative (MFI) works to improve not only K-12 education for Indigenous children, but also the wider determinants that influence their educational outcomes, including their health and well being, MFI does this by bringing together Indigenous organizations, the business community, postsecondary institutions, First Nation schools and provincially funded school boards to implement programs that support Indigenous students.
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage Youth Take Charge program. The Youth Take Charge Program is a government initiative that supports youth-led projects focused on Canadian history and heritage; civic engagement and youth service; arts and culture; and economic activities. Through the program, youth participants have the opportunity to gain in depth knowledge about Canada’s rich history and diversity and become more active and engaged citizens.
For 30 years, the National Youth Leadership Council has transformed classrooms, empowered teachers, and captivated students by leading the way in providing high quality, dynamic, service-learning content to school districts, classrooms, out-of-school youth programs and everything in between. NYLC’s goal is to create a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world with young people, their schools, and their communities, through service-learning.
World Medical Relief’s mission is to help the medically-undeserved both at home and abroad by collecting and distributing medicines, medical equipment, medical supplies, and related materials. World Medical Relief facilitates the distribution of surplus medical resources where they are needed. As such, our programs have both a local and international focus. Goods are distributed in a non-discriminatory manner without regard to race, color, gender, religion, nationality or political beliefs.
The Tribes Learning Community process creates a caring learning environment for social, emotional, and academic achievement in the classroom, school, and throughout the wider community. Tribes TLC is a process that creates a culture that maximizes learning and human development, and is philosophically rooted in the sincerity of “ME to WE to the World”. Tribes Learning Community Inc and WE Charity are ideal partners to realize the collaborative goal of making a positive difference in the world through social justice and change.
To make a donation by phone, please call
1.800.203.9091 ext. 1112
To make a donation by mail, send your check to
339 Queen Street East
Please make all checks payable to WE Charity