Canadian Foundation

— for Health & Prosperity —

The Canadian Foundation

For Health & Prosperity

Is a registered charity with the mandate of providing emotional, mental, spiritual and physical support to members of the First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities of Canada. The Foundation has undertaken several projects to enhance and protect and support Indigenous culture through funding 'Orange Shirts' for various school boards, the production of a graphic novel to educate young people about mental health and inter general trauma. In addition The Foundation has recorded and documented Indigenous culture and stories including filming the stories of Residential School Survivors and providing support to Indigenous job seekers through employment.


During the COVID-19 pandemic, The Foundation pivoted it's operations to provide food and hygiene hampers to hundreds of Indigenous community members and shut ins. Additionally, the Foundation's volunteers have prepared and delivered holiday meals to Indigenous Elders who are in isolation, and Christmas hampers for Indigenous families in need around the GTA.

Residential School Survivor Stories