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About the Charities
Humane societies across Canada provide shelter and care for abandoned, neglected and abused animals. Their adoption centres allow win-win scenarios coupling people/families with great pets. Humane societies across Canada are always in need of donations to provide the care that their animals need. By voting for humane societies, a donation will be divided among the local human societies in the cities where Eagle operates.
The Children’s Aid Foundation funds programs that give Canada’s most neglected, vulnerable kids the support they need to reinvent their lives. The foundation’s Hope for the Holidays bring hope to children and young people across our communities during holiday season. It includes initiatives such as Fill the Sleigh, which partners with child welfare agencies to provide holiday gifts to children and youth in the child welfare system.
The Salvation Army goes back 130 years in Canada is passionately committed to eradicating poverty and caring for people who are struggling. In addition to a number of local holiday programs which provide warmth to the homeless and food for the hungry, the Salvation Army is best known for its annual Fill the Kettle campaign and its support in children’s initiatives such as Toy Mountain.
Food Banks Canada is the national charitable organization representing and supporting the food bank community across Canada. They strive to meet the short-term need for food, and find long-term solutions to hunger in order to reduce the need for food banks and emergency food services in Canada.
Every day, 1 in 9 Canadians struggle to provide food for their families and, as the cold weather sets in, must decide between heating their home or feeding their family. Often when the holidays come, children in these situations no longer have access to the many school programs helping to feed them. By contributing to the food banks across Canada, we are relieving some of the stress that the holidays bring to these families.
Founded by 5 year old Hannah Taylor, the Ladybug Foundation spreads awareness and raises funds to assist operating charitable organizations which provide food, shelter, and other needs of people who are homeless and near homeless in Canada, without judgment, so they can find dignity, security, hope and refuge. This holiday season, the Ladybug Foundation will continue its giving and provide funding for holiday meals and shelters across Canada.