Past Projects

The Trinity Jubilee Foundation has been funding projects since 2001. The projects, listed below, have been in community development, health, housing and education.

Year: 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001



2020

EcoEquitable: Providing employment and skills training for new immigrant women and the underemployed.

EcoEquitable has received $5000 for local support, expansion and sustainability in Ottawa. Their focus is on training immigrant women to sew on industrial and smaller sewing machines in preparation for future employment. EcoEquitable

Fight4Freedom: An active voice and advocate of justice for individuals exploited by human trafficking in the form of sexual exploitation.

 

Fight4Freedom has received $1700 to provide support to those affected by human trafficking in the Philippines. Fight4Freedom

Humanity and Inclusion: An independent charity working alongside disabled and vulnerable people in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.

 

 

Humanity and Inclusion received $4000 to provide economic inclusion to women with disabilities in Bolivia, where they are experiencing poverty, exclusion, and conflict. HumanityAndInclusion

Mikinduri Children of Hope: Exists to relieve poverty in Kenya, Africa.

 

 

Mikinduri Children of Hope received $2500 to relieve poverty and sickness by raising the standard of living through clean water, education, agriculture, and health projects in western Kenya. MikinduriChildrenOfHope

Project TEMBO: Provides education for girls and economic empowerment for women through micro-finance loans or micro-business opportunities.

 

 

Project TEMBO received $3000 to sponsor two students for four years. The focus is on equal opportunities for girls and women in northern Tanzania to be educated and ultimately find sustainable employment.

TJF awarded Project TEMBO (Tanzania Education and Micro-Business Opportunity) an additional $10,000 this year to continue support of their "Learning in Longido" program. Local staff are providing education, training and life skills to adults and children. This funding will also help in their struggles with COVID-19.

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The Walking School Bus: Empowers students in developing countries to access education.

 

 

The Walking School Bus has received $4000 toward the instalment of a solar powered digital education kit at the Aarohi Bal Samsar School in India. WalkingSchoolBus

 

 


2019 Africa Community Technical Service Society - Building clean water delivery systems for Ugandan communities

 

 

ACTS received $4000 to help a rural community in Southwest Uganda build a community tap stand receiving water through a Gravity Flow System which will help men, women, girls and boys to fight disease, poverty and violence. The Project is community driven and has a focus on education and clean water management so that the local population will take full ownership for maintaining and financing the water system at the end of the project. ACTS_Image_3

CARE Canada – Improving the health and well-being of mothers and children in Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia

 

 

CARE Canada will receive $4000 to help fund year 3 of a 4-year Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies project. The project includes nutrition education, promoting agricultural practices that strengthen access to and consumption of nutritious foods, improving water and sanitation and empowering women through micro-financing entrepreneurial initiatives in their own communities. TJF provided funds in 2017 for the same project. Care Canada

Children’s Care International – Fighting child exploitation in India and Thailand

 

 

Children’s Care International received $4000 to help free children from exploitation such as child labour, slavery and exploitation. Over the past decade they have helped free more than 5000 children and their families. The funds will provide schooling for children and awareness-raising for their parents. ChildrensCareInternational

EcoEquitable - Providing employment and skills training for new immigrant women and the underemployed

 

 

EcoEquitable is an Ottawa charity that provides immigrant and underemployed women with sewing training, financial literacy, hands-on experience and individual mentoring in order to be a bridge to a sustainable livelihood and long-term employment. This year the project received $4000 to expand its industrial sewing production and thus promote further self-sustainability. This is a “green”organization which uses recycled and unsold fabrics. EcoEquitable 2018

OneProsper International – Empowering girls in the Thar Desert, India by facilitating school attendance and using effective agricultural practices to raise family income levels

 

 

OneProsper received $4000 to support 7 to 8 families --with 2 girls each-- who live in the Thar Desert, one of the most impoverished regions in India. The project involves building rainwater harvesting tanks and training of the families to grow grains, vegetables and fruit trees with seeds provided and using specific farming methods. A bio sand filter is also provided. Girls are freed from carrying water for hours and receive a bicycle, school supplies and tuition to attend school instead. The project is in its second year and hopes to enable 80 girls to attend school this year. OneProsper

WaterCan/EauVive Canada (previously called WaterAid Canada) – Providing clean water and sanitation in birthing clinics

 

 

In 2019 WaterCan/EauVive Canada continued to receive funding in the amount of $4000 to partially fund the third year of the Deliver Life Project in rural Tanzania. The goal of the Project is to reduce maternal, newborn and child mortality through the provision of clean water, sanitation and hygiene services. At twelve targeted clinics, mothers will be able to give birth safely, with clean water and expert care. WaterAid

 

 


2018 Inter Pares - Maternal health clinics in the Philippines

 

 

Inter Pares, a Canadian social justice organization, received $5000 in funding for the Likhaan Center for Women's Health in the Philippines. Likhaan provides comprehensive primary health care and family planning clinics as well as support to youth groups in the areas of peer sex education and LGBTQ rights. Interpares 2018

EcoEquitable - Providing employment and skills training for new immigrant women and the underemployed

 

 

EcoEquitable is an Ottawa charity that provides immigrant and underemployed women with sewing training, financial literacy, hands-on experience and individual mentoring in order to be a bridge to a sustainable livelihood and long term employment. This project received $5000 to enable the purchase and installation of industrial sewing equipment. This is a "green" organization which uses recycled and unsold fabrics. EcoEquitable 2018

WaterAid Canada - Providing clean water and sanitation in birthing clinics

 

 

WaterAid Canada received $5000 in funding for the Deliver Life Project in rural Tanzania whose goal is to reduce maternal, newborn and child mortality through the provision of clean water, sanitation and hygiene services. At the twelve targeted clinics, mothers will be able to give birth safely, with clean water and expert care. WaterAid

 

 


2017 Inter Pares - Maternal health clinics in the Philippines

 

 

Inter Pares, a Canadian social justice organization based in Ottawa, received $5000 to support Likhaan, a women's health organization in the Philippines. The Likhaan staff are locally trained women who provide pre- and postnatal care and family planning to over 30,000 patients annually. InterPares

War Child Canada - Providing education and livelihoods for children and families in the South Sudan

 

 

War Child provides Accelerated Learning Programs and Functional Literacy and Numeracy classes for young people who have been displaced by violence and are falling behind in their education. This project received $1000 to facilitate the training of local teachers. War Child

EcoEquitable - Providing employment and skills training for new immigrant women and the underemployed

 

 

EcoEquitable is an Ottawa charity that provides immigrant and underemployed women with sewing training, financial literacy, hands-on experience and individual mentoring in order to be a bridge to a sustainable livelihood and long term employment. This project received $5000 to help fund needed supplies and staff. This is a "green" organization which uses recycled and unsold fabrics. EcoEquitable

Care Canada - A Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies initiative in Africa

 

 

Care Canada works with families, communities and health authorities to improve agriculture, nutrition, water supplies, hygiene, sanitation and promotes equality and the empowerment of women. This initiative received $3000. Care Canada

WaterAid Canada - Providing clean water and sanitation for schools in Africa

 

 

WaterAid Canada received $1000 to allow 25 schools access to safe water, basic toilets and hygiene education to help children realize their potential and prepare them for a healthy life. WaterAid, Ethiopia

 

 


2016 Inter Pares - Maternal health clinics in the Philippines

 

 

Inter Pares, a Canadian social justice organization based in Ottawa, received $5000 to support Likhaan, a women's health organization in the Philippines. The Likhaan staff are locally trained women who provide pre- and postnatal care and family planning to over 30,000 patients annually. InterPares-MaternalHealth-Philippines

War Child Canada - Providing education and livelihoods for children and families in the South Sudan

 

 

War Child provides Accelerated Learning Programs and Functional Literacy and Numeracy classes for young people who have been displaced by the violence of war and are falling behind in their education. This project recieved $5000 to facilitate the training of local teachers. WarChildCanada-SouthSudan

EcoEquitable - Providing employment and skills training for new immigrant women and the underemployed

 

 

EcoEquitable is an Ottawa charity that provides immigrant and underemployed women with sewing training, financial literacy, hands-on experience and individual mentoring in order to be a bridge to a sustainable livelihood and long term employment. This project received $5000 to help fund needed supplies and staff. This is a "green" organization which uses recycled and unsold fabrics. EcoEquitable-Ottawa

 

 


2015 Inter Pares - Maternal health clinics in the Philippines

 

 

Inter Pares, a Canadian social justice organisation based in Ottawa, will receive $10,000 to support Likhaan, a womens' health organisation in the Philippines. The Likhaan staff are locally trained women who provide pre- and postnatal care and family planning to over 30,000 patients annually. InterParesLikhaanClinic

EcoEquitable - Providing employment and skills training for new immigrant women and the underemployed

 

 

EcoEquitable is an Ottawa charity that uses recycled fabric to provide immigrant and underemployed women sewing training, financial literacy, hands-on experience and individual mentoring in order to be a bridge to a sustainable livelihood and long term employment. This project will receive $3000 to help fund needed supplies and staff. This is a "green" organization which uses only recycled fabrics. EcoEquitable

Cause Canada - Ebola Prevention Support for People with Disabilities

 

 

Cause Canada is a long-time partner of TJF. This year we are providing Cause Canada with $2000 to help fund its Ebola Prevention Support for People with Disabilities, which involves teaching disabled people how to prevent the transmission of the Ebola virus, as well as providing hand-washing stations and protective equipment. CauseCanada

 

 


2014 The Women's Empowerment International Foundation (WEIF) - Microcredit loans for women entrepreneurs in Pakistan

 

 

WEIF, a registered Canadian charity, has partnered with a local Pakistani organisation to provide Pakistani women with low interest loans to set up small businesses. To date there has been a 100% repayment rate. WEIF will receive $6,350 to establish a second office in another remote area (Hunza) in order to support an additional 100 entrepreneurial women. WEIF 2014 Ms Arzoo Bed Sheets, Hunza

Inter Pares - Maternal health clinics in the Philippines

 

 

Inter Pares, a Canadian social justice organisation based in Ottawa, will receive $10,000 to support Likhaan, a womens' health organisation in the Philippines. The Likhaan staff are locally trained women who provide pre- and postnatal care and family planning to over 30,000 patients annually. 2014 Likhaan Clinic Outreach

Cause Canada - Infant nutrition in Sierre Leone

 

 

Cause Canada, a longtime TJF partner, will receive $3,000 to help fund the Moyamba Infant Nutrition Project in Sierre Leone. The project monitors the nutrution of infants and trains the mothers on proper nutrition through Mothers Clubs. 2014 Moyamba Infant Nutrition Project in Sierra Leone

 

 


2013 Centre for Youth of Hope (CEYOHO) - Countering AIDS in Botswana - $4,000

 

 

CEYOHO is an NGO that targets young people living with and affected by AIDS. The project would effectively establish a mobile kitchen, from which affected women will be able to operate a sustainable catering business. The mobile tent and equipment could also be rented out to provide another form of income. This will not only provide the affected women with an income, but an occupation. One of Trinity`s members worked with CEYOHO for several months in 2012 (shown here). Ceyoho

Cause Canada - Birthing Huts in Sierra Leone - Up to $3,000

 

 

Sierra Leone has one of the worst maternal and child mortality rates in the world. Although this is being addressed in the larger communities, services are still severely limited for the 60% of rural Sierra Leoneans. Through this funding, TJF will continue its long-standing partnership with Cause Canada in Sierra Leone to assist in countering this tragic fact. Specifically, Cause will use the funding towards building more birthing huts and outfitting them with furniture and medicine, and provide training for Mothers Club Leaders. Cause will also perform acute malnutrition screening for children under five. Cause
   

Project TEMBO - Learning in Longido, Tanzania - Up to $3,000

 

 

TJF has assisted Project TEMBO in the past. Since 2004, Project TEMBO has been sponsoring girls from Longido, on the Kenyan border of Tanzania, for secondary education. The children of Longido, especially the girls, must overcome many obstacles if they are to be successful in school. The current plan is to encourage a community environment in which education is valued, and right of girls to attend school is recognised. Specifically, the funding will be used towards building a resource centre which will serve the community. Tembo
   

 

 

 

 


2012 $5,000 for Canadian Hunger Foundation in North Pakistan
Canadian Hunger Foundation Clean Drinking Water project in Pakistan This funding is to help provide drinking water to the 162 villages in Northern Pakistan devastated by the 2005 earthquake. Some villages are provided with wells, and some with piped water from a distant spring or tank.

$3,000 for Cause Canada to assist sustainable agriculture in Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone Agriculture and Food Security ProgramThis is a continuation of the partnership between Trinity Jubilee Foundation and Cause Canada, through which assistance has been provided to extend and outfit a school in a rural village, and to assist food self-sufficiency there.

 

 

 

 

 

 


2011 $8,500 for Cause Canada for schooling in Sierra Leone
Cause Canada Schooling in Sierra LeoneThis funding allows one hundred students at the school in Sulamania to receive breakfast, hot lunch, uniforms, shoes, books and school supplies. Workshops and distance education also allow teachers to upgrade their teaching skills.

$2,000 to Multifaith Housing Initiative (MHI) in Ottawa
Multifaith Housing InitiativeThere are over 9000 people on the City of Ottawa’s waiting list for social housing. This funding supports MHI in their goal of purchasing low cost rental units and maintaining them for lower-income households.

 

 

 


2010 $9,370 to Cause Canada for schooling in Sierra Leone
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• Fulfilling the specific needs identified for the school in Sulamania which TJF has supported for the last two years. • Provided the renovation of three classrooms, books for the library and teacher training.

$4,000 to Arctic Children and Youth Foundation (ACYF) acyf_logoACYF is a new registered charity, chaired by Susan Aglukark, which works towards improving both the home and community environments in the arctic. • ACYF objectives include working with governments to reduce smoking, substance abuse, and suicide amongst young people of the arctic; improve conflict resolution, literacy, numeracy, and technological capacity.

 


2009 Sierra Leone: Support to a New School in Sulamania $10,400 was donated in 2009 through Cause Canada specifically to support a new school in the village of Sulamania in Sierra Leone. 2009 kids at desks 2009 school children • School supplies and uniforms were provided for 200 children, who otherwise would not have been able to attend school. • Mosquito nets were provided to all the students to guard against malaria, a major hazard in the area. • In addition, a meal program was made available which attracted many more children to school and allowed for better nutrition of the children, resulting in better learning potential.
Tanzania: Project TEMBO Guesthouse $1,500 was also donated in 2009 to continue to support Project TEMBO in Tanzania.
2008 project tembo
• Project TEMBO is a registered Canadian charity that provides funding and support primarily, but not exclusively, to girls and women pursuing educational and small business goals in the Maasai homeland of rural northern Tanzania • T.J.F.’s contribution was directed toward a Guesthouse that is being built • The Guesthouse will provide on-going employment and income in the project area.

 


2008 $6,000 to continue assisting the Cause Canada education program in Sierra Leone to help provide schooling, health and nutrition programs, and community development support for disadvantaged children; twenty five children supported by this program corresponded with children in Ottawa.

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$2,500 to CanHave to further assist in equipping a vocational school for AIDS orphans in Uganda.

2007 vocational training school 2  

$1,250 to assist Project TEMBO Guesthouse, an income-generating project managed and operated by women in northern Tanzania.

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2007 $10,500 to Cause Canada to help provide schooling, health and nutrition programs, and community development support for disadvantaged children in Sierra Leone.

2007 girls at school sierra leone

$5,000 to CanHave to help build and equip a vocational school for AIDS orphans in Uganda.

2007 vocational training school

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2006 $5,542 to WaterCan to help provide a clean water and sanitation system for an Ethiopian school.

2006 Water Ethiopia  

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2005 $10,000 to the Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada to continue assisting the Soweto Home Care-Givers Association to provide home care services to people affected by HIV/AIDS, South Africa.

2005 soweto home care  

$3,000 to assist the Multifaith Housing Initiative (Ottawa) to acquire condominiums for rent by some members of a low income community.

2005 multifaith housing

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2004 $10,000 to Inter Pares to help staff and operate community health clinics in the slums of Manila, Philippines.

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2003 $7,185 to the Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada to assist the Home Care-Givers Co-operative in Soweto to provide home care services to people affected by HIV/AIDS, South Africa.

2002 home care Soweto

$10,000 to Cause Canada to help rehabilitate child soldiers and war-affected women in Sierra Leone.

   

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2002 $15,000 to Habitat for Humanity to assist with the building of a house for an Ottawa family.

 

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2001 $7,000 to the Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada to help redevelop a farmers’ co-operative in El Salvador.

   

$5,185 to WaterCan to assist development of a well in Pida Village, Uganda serving 484 community members and improving community health.

2001 well uganda

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