The WIN Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that believes it is our duty to give back to our community by increasing members' awareness of societal and environmental issues and raising funds to support worthwhile causes. The funds raised are used to protect, feed, and educate women and children around the world. WIN also has a strong focus on the environment, and works to promote healthy, sustainable communities both locally and around the world.

We are always grateful for donations of money, services, and time, including those who mentor woman and children through our yearly visits to women’s shelters. At the end of the day, it is not only the amount that you give, but the gift of your intention. By graciously donating your time and effort back to the community, you have the opportunity to touch another life, and empower that person with the strength and autonomy so he or she may, in turn, help others ‒ and ultimately make the world a better place for everyone!

What one gives, another receives, and often the giver never knows how the gift will affect the world. But that’s the beauty of it! Thank you for your generosity. If you would like to sponsor a WIN event or make a personal donation, please contact us at the following location:

WIN Foundation: info@winfoundation.ca or 416.226.3288

In order to raise the funds for our donations we offer products &
tools that we know will add & make a difference in your everyday
life available at our monthly meetings & events.
Enjoy it.


The list of organizations supported by the WIN Foundation:



AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL CANADA
312 Laurier Avenue East
Ottawa, ON K1N 1H9
Tel: 613-744-7667 or 1-800-AMNESTY (266-3789)
Fax: 613-746-2411 info@amnesty.ca
www.amnesty.ca

WIN became a contributor in 2008
www.savedarfur.org







Charitable Organizations supported
by WIN




WORLD VISION
1 World Drive
Mississauga, ON L5T 2Y4
tel: 1-866-595-5550 or 905-565-6100
www.worldvision.ca


Thank you for your donations!

Test your skills, just click on the image below
Free rice began on October 7, 2007 and since then has donated 42,090,276,230 grains of rice. Test your skills by being quizzed in categories of art, chemistry, English, language learning, geography and math. For every correct answer you get, they will donate 20 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program. http://www.wfp.org/english/?n=681

“What if just knowing what a word meant could help feed hungry people around the world? Well, at Free Rice it does… the totals have grown exponentially.”

 



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