OUR PROGRESS IN NUMBERS
Money raised for Rehumanity goes directly to campaigns & initiatives on the ground, without a middle man.
SCHOOLS & LOCAL OPERATIONS
Local chapters and ambassadors help further our impact in various communities throughout our vast network.
In Canada, New Zealand, India, the United States and the Philippines, Rehumanity aims to create a sustainable impact in communities across the world.
Campaigns & Initiatives
At Rehumanity, we believe in grassroots action. Today, we strive to be different than other school clubs and organizations with fundraising for large bureaucratic organizations.
We aim to create measurable, sustainable change for communities directly, without a middle man. Though fundraising and public awareness campaigns, we’re able to support our international actions.
Campaigns & initiatives strike us apart from others and it offers us a unique sense of mentorship for students, advisors and leaders alike.
In December of 2018, we partnered with a grassroots movement in Delhi, India to provide blankets for children in need;
In Spring 2019, Rehumanity Foundation hosted a cleanup in Christchurch, New Zealand.
With support from the City of Vancouver, we organized a community cleanup with over 30 students on April 27th, 2019.
With over 13 iPads, we collaborate with different science clubs and initiatives to bring STEM education to young adults across the Metro Vancouver region.
In November of 2018, we fundraised over $1000 and launched public relations campaigns among youth to support the Royal Canadian Legion’s efforts in taking care and advocating for Canada’s United Nations peacekeeping veterans.
Our local club chapters in different cities help create initiatives and leadership opportunities for young adults with activities and mentorship. Pictured here is our chapter at Panorama Ridge Secondary School in Surrey, BC.
In October of 2018, we kickstarted our first annual humanitarian conference for over 40 high school and university students in the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver, BC.
We actively support grassroots movements in Delhi, India to provide education for at-risk youth.
In January of 2019, we partnered with PRMUN to support the founding of one of Canada’s first free Model United Nations conferences, bringing the world of diplomacy to students who might not have otherwise gotten the chance to explore.