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The Russia-Ukraine crisis has affected countless individuals and families in the affected areas. Thousands have been injured, many innocents have died, and millions displaced. An estimated 1.7 million refugees, mainly women and children or elderly people have fled Ukraine… Read More


Who We Are?

Humanity First is a non-profit organization registered across 6 continents in 50 countries. Since 1995, we have worked to provide humanitarian aid and emergency relief to those affected by natural disasters and tragedies. We also work on human development projects around the world to alleviate poverty and improve the quality of life of those living in difficult conditions.
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Humanity First Canada is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of 5 members and is regulated by Canadian incorporation by-laws. With over 1,200 team members, operations are administered and executed by Canadian professionals in roles such as executive directors, project coordinators and volunteers.


Schools in Haiti

Humanity First believes that it is important to work towards providing education to all children around the globe, irrespective of their economic situation. To this purpose, we are continuing our global mission of “Knowledge for Life”


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Feed A Family Program

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Humanity First Online Food Bank

We at Humanity First Canada hope that food insecurity soon becomes an issue of the past. Our food bank, based in Vaughan, already serves 500 families a month. However,

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Humanity First Shelter Bus

According to Toronto Public Health (TPH), close to 100 people struggling with homelessness died in Toronto in 2017. On average, that’s close to two deaths a week. Over the past couple of years, homelessness has become a serious.

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What You Need To Know About Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It is also possible to contract by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it.

The virus was first identified during an outbreak in Wuhan, China and has now spread to many parts of the world, including Canada. The risk of infection with COVID-19 is higher for people who are in close contact with someone known to have the virus (healthcare workers, or household members). Others at higher risk for infection include those above the age of 60, pregnant women, and children.

Humanity First is building a hospital in the Ivory Coast

Have you ever worried about getting no treatment when you are sick? Were you ever concerned that there is no hospital nearby? In Canada and in many western countries, healthcare is guaranteed. It is the right of every citizen. The existence of hospitals and clinics are the responsibility of the government, the quality of care is guaranteed and cannot be compromised in any circumstances whether people donate not.

Unfortunately, this is not the case in some parts of the world. Healthcare is a privilege and for some people, it does not exist at all – let alone the meaning of quality care! Without the generous donations of our donors and the hard work of our dedicated volunteers, some communities will remain deprived of healthcare.

Humanity First is Providing the Shelter to the Homeless

In Canada, homelessness is fast becoming a serious issue, especially in our winter months when sleeping rough can be fatal. While shelters are doing their best, they are often overcrowded and strain to accommodate demand.

To help address the issue of homelessness, humanity first is starting a new project, the humanity first shelter bus. The humanity first shelter bus is a repurposed coach bus, optimized to provide a safe and comfortable place to sleep overnight.

It is a climate-controlled mobile shelter that includes up to 20 beds, a kitchenette, lounge space and secure storage.

Humanity First is proud to support 3D PPE

A grassroots initiative consisting of medical students


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