Mamow Sha-way-gi-kay-win

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Mamow Sha-way-gi-kay-win: North-South Partnership for Children has launched a new campaign called "Southern Youth in…

Building Caring Relationships

A "United Way of the North" Few voluntary agencies provide services like food banks, subsidized…

Partnership Goal & Objectives

By working together in a partnership that includes and follows the lead of First Nations…

Youth & Children

Children and youth have few options for play and healthy recreation. In a cold winter,…

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Who We Are

If you are able to contribute financially, please visit our Canada Helps giving page They say it takes a village to raise a child. But what’s required to raise that child out of Third World conditions of poverty? We believe it takes a partnership.

North-South Partnership for Children is a dynamic collaboration between philanthropic organizations, universities, and private citizens in Southern Ontario and thirty remote First Nations communities in northwestern Ontario.

The objective is to find out what’s needed – in skills building, in donations, in friendship – to open pathways of hope for the young people.

Find out more about who the Partners are, what our First Nations communities are like, and how you can help by browsing this site.

Latest News

  • #GivingTuesdayCA - December 3, 2013
    #GivingTuesdayCA - December 3, 2013 #GivingTuesdayCA   Mamow Sha-way-gi-kay-win: North-South Parntership for Children is one of the many partners involved in this year’s GivingTuesday! Most people know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday… now GivingTuesday is coming to Canada on December 3, 2013. It is a new Canadian movement for giving and volunteering, taking place…
    Written on Thursday, 28 November 2013 20:11 Be the first to comment!
  • Southern Youth in Motion II
    SOUTHERN YOUTH IN MOTION II We are excited to be hosting our Second Annual Southern Youth in Motion (SYiM) Showcase December 14 and 15! The SYiM Showcase will be held at Ryerson University, and we have invited 20 youth from Southern Ontario, and 20 youth from Northern Ontario to join…
    Written on Thursday, 28 November 2013 20:11 Be the first to comment!
  • Aviva Community Fund - North-South Youth in Motion
    Aanii! We are seeking your help with our Aviva Community Fund application for continued funding for the North-South Youth in Motion Showcases. In order to move onto the next stage in the Aviva Community Fund we need your votes! You can vote everyday using either your Facebook account or you…
    Written on Tuesday, 01 October 2013 16:19 Be the first to comment!
  • Rez Life-N-Death State of Emergency Video
    Check out Rez Life-N-Death's new video for their song State of Emergency! Rez Life-N-Death is a hip hop group started by Ditchweed, Jaesin P and Vee from Neskantaga First Nation. For more Rez Life-N-Death song and videos check out youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/niiinshak?feature=watch or like their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Rezlyfendeath   
    Written on Thursday, 12 September 2013 17:31 Be the first to comment!
  • Youth Art Sessions in Neskantaga First Nation
    Youth Art Sessions in Neskantaga First Nation   Josh Kendrick, who joined us in Toronto last month for the Youth Voices of Neskantaga art exhibition, has agreed to organize and facilitate art workshops in his community for other youth and young people. As an introduction, here's a little from Josh:   Life wasn't always perfect but I…
    Written on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 18:50 Be the first to comment!

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North-South Partnership for Children is a dynamic collaboration between philanthropic organizations, universities, and private citizens in Southern Ontario and thirty remote First Nations communities in northwestern Ontario.

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North South Partnership
PO Box 47116 10 Dundas St E
Toronto, Ontario M5B0A1
647-656-5162
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