What We Do
SHARE Agriculture Foundation is an effective Canadian non-profit charity organization.
SHARE stands for Sending Help and Resources Everywhere.
SHARE provides funding, guidance, and expertise to agriculturally-based communities in third world developing countries, with a focus on Central and South America.
Our projects are in the poorest, most isolated communities. SHARE chooses communities where the projects will have the greatest impact.
SHARE is based on the principle of a "hand-up" rather than a "hand-out". The focus is on sustainable projects that increase a community's capacity to care for itself.
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Sponsors and Acknowledgements
All donations make a difference. SHARE thanks all of our generous donors and the following organizations who have supported our work.
DFATD (formerly CIDA) - Department of Foreign Affairs Trade and Development Canada
SHARE has received funding for our major projects from the Canadian government (DFATD). SHARE wishes to thank DFATD for this financial support.
All of the 'Mark Cullen Challenge' donors and Mark and Mary Cullen
Retired Teachers of Ontario - A service to Others grant for adult literacy
OECTA - Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association for a literacy grant
Eunice K. Meyer
Charitable Foundation (by Tides Canada Foundation)
The Beaty Family Foundation (held within the Oakville Community Foundation)
Junior Farmers Association of Ontario - SHARE was chosen as JFAO's 'Charity of the Year 2011'.
AGRI-SKILLS ABROAD - This committee of the annual meeting of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture works to help Ontario farmers share their food producing skills with farmers in developing countries. For several years this committee has worked with SHARE to identify projects to support.
Member of Ontario Council for International Cooperation & Volunteer MBC
Thank you to our Gold Sponsor Green Tractors Inc, Nobleton, Ontario, 1-800-367-0608
Thank you to S. Robinson & Associates, RBC Dominion Securities, Brampton 1-800-844-7906
Thank you to Scotiabank, 97 First St., Orangeville, Ontario