Vancouver—On Friday, April 29, the CLAC Foundation was pleased to present the staff of MOSAIC, one of the largest Canadian nonprofits that supports new immigrants, with a cheque representing their $100,000 commitment to the organization’s Migrant Workers Emergency Fund.Read More
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is the biggest humanitarian and refugee crisis in Europe since World War II. The free world is not standing idly by while it happens—and neither is the CLAC Foundation.Read More
CLAC is pleased to announce that in the wake of the devastating floods and landslides that have affected communities in British Columbia, the CLAC Foundation is donating $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help with recovery efforts.Read More
The CLAC Foundation, CLAC’s charitable arm, has announced its commitment to donate $100,000 to create an emergency fund for migrant workers in British Columbia through its nonprofit partner MOSAIC.Read More
Can a mobile phone game help workers to organize and advocate for their rights? A project in South America has received CLAC Foundation funding to find out.Read More
The CLAC Foundation donated $5,000 in mid-2020 to the Wood Buffalo Food Bank and $36,000 of emergency relief to the CDWP through WOW.Read More
The CLAC Foundation has joined forces with charities and other partners in the charitable sector to support the Canada Cares Campaign, a digital initiative mobilizing citizens to call for the federal government to implement a one-to-one matching funds program.Read More
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