National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

In response to one of the calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, September 30th has been declared National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Children’s Aid Foundation of Cana...
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National Indigenous History Month 2021

June is National Indigenous History Month, a time to recognize and honour the history, diversity, outstanding achievements, and vital leadership of Indigenous people in Canada. Along with our board members, ...

National Bank Indigenous Youth Mental Health Fund

Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada is proud to announce the creation of the National Bank Indigenous Youth Mental Health Fund, thanks to National Bank and their donation of $300,000. The fund will be launched ...

COVID-19 Impact: Interim Report Highlights

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada last March, Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada created the COVID-19 Response Program. This emergency fund supported children and families being served by chi...

Allies in Action: Fundraising Over the Holidays

Holiday Campaign The 2020 holiday season looked very different from what any of us are used to, but we are so grateful to see that the support of our allies and donors remains strong as they Stand Up for Kids ...
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COVID-19 Response Program Update

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, in a year full of uncertainty, job insecurity, financial strain, and isolation, we have been able to help youth transitioning out of care as well as child- and youth-serv...

National Indigenous History Month

June was National Indigenous History Month, a time to recognize and honour the history, diversity, outstanding achievements, and vital leadership of Indigenous peoples in Canada. Along with our board members, y...