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Make this year's Christmas charity all about giving to children at Christmas. Give a gift of hope to children in poverty through The Julia Project Fdn.
Remembrance Day - Lest We Forget!
We pause throughout our day, especially at 11:00 am, to remember with much thanksgiving, the many soldiers who have fought to keep Canada free.
Many children The Julia Project assists in other lands don't have that same privilege.
African children face daily challenges to their basic survival. The Julia Project Foundation wants to make a difference for hurting children in poverty.
Our Haiti country profile shares facts about Haiti, the history of Haiti, and the many challenges the Haiti people face.
Our collection of Kenyan recipes wouldn't be complete without this Chapati recipe. This flat bread originally of Indian influence, is recognized as Kenya's national flatbread.
Donate to help kids in an amount that’s right for you. No gift to our registered children’s charity is too large or too small . Together we can make a difference!
Our travel stories from Africa will let you experience the rhythm, sights, and people of Africa during our adventure to Kenya. Hear first hand how we bring aid to African students in Garissa Kenya.
The Julia Project Foundation helps children in Haiti. Haitian children struggle against child labour, hunger and malnutrition and disease.
The Julia Project's Calendar of Events lists details of fundraisers to raise awareness and funds to help poverty stricken children.
If you're keeping with the tradition of eating pancakes today, give this English Pancake recipe a try.
This website, owned by our advisory board member, Don Bell, is an amazing collection of yummy recipes and interesting nostalgia.
We know you'll enjoy it all!
Violence and political tensions still run high in Kenya.
The Human Rights Watch understands the need for unity and peace.
A little reminder that December 7th is our cut-off date for clothing and sports equipment donations needed for Mishkeegogaamang.
Have a look to see what items are needed, and thanks for your support.
Meet Julia, the little girl who saved her pennies and inspired The Julia Project.
Meet the board of directors of The Julia Project Foundation, who volunteer their time and talents to help fulfill the vision of helping children around the world.
Our dear missionary friend, Joan Ward, just forwarded details of yet another fatal attack in Garissa Town, Kenya.
Suspected to be an act of terrorism, three soldiers were shot dead by unidentified assailants, leaving the town under heavy military security.
Our hearts and prayers go out to our friends in Garissa, especially to the children we know and love so dearly.
In July, 15 were killed in raids on churches, and on November 5, a grenade attack on a Garissa church killed one police officer and left 11 injured.
Our fundraiser dinner is almost here. If you haven't gotten your tickets yet, now's the time.
Oct 11 2012 – The United Nations first International Day of the Girl Child
This day is set aside to create awareness of the abuses and stresses many young girls around the world face each day.
In particular, this year’s theme is focused on ending child marriage, and stressing education as one of the strongest strategic measures to have in place to protect girls from harmful practices.
Staying in school builds a foundation for a healthier and more equipped girl to succeed in society. Many girls in third world countries, don't get this chance.
Here at the Julia Project Foundation, 75% of the students sponsored through the Laurie St Pierre Scholarship Fund, are girls.
We salute the United Nations in this effort.
For the full report see:UN International Day of The Girl Child
We have so much to be thankful for, here, in this great nation of Canada.
Today, and tomorrow, many families will gather together to share a bounty of food, exchange warm stories as they get caught up on each others busy lives.
In the midst of all the celebrating, let's reflect on 'our kids' who, because of HIV Aids, might not have a family to share with. They might not have a bountiful meal - in fact, perhaps no meal at all, and no warm stories.
Through our connections with them, I believe we are their 'far away' family, and we remember them with thanksgiving today.
We remember our donors with thanksgiving. Every little bit that we put together, makes something bigger:
big enough to put a child in school
big enough to put a meal in their stomach
big enough to know they're not forgotten and alone
big enough to spread some thanksgiving their way
Thanks for all you do to help us/them. Together we can make a difference!
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at The Julia Project Foundation!