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Team Broken Earth Receives Investment for Education and Training to Improve Women’s and Children’s Healthcare in Rural Newfoundland & Labrador
Team Broken Earth is helping to address challenges in delivering healthcare for rural, remote and
Indigenous communities in Newfoundland and Labrador with a $250,000 investment from the
Northpine Foundation. The funding will be used to provide education and training focused on women’s
and children’s healthcare.
Indoor Hydroponic Farming $400,000 Investment to Tackle Food Insecurity in Rural Newfoundland and Labrador
This investment will address the critical issue of food insecurity in the Bonavista Peninsula communities, growing fresh produce for the local community and creating employment opportunities for persons with intellectual disabilities.
An investment of $1.1 million in the Canadian Centre for Refugee and Immigrant Healthcare (CCRIHC)will support vital healthcare access to the uninsured in Scarborough.
Our $500,000 investment in Justice Fund’s Creative Pathways to Employment Program (CPEP), will train BIPOC youth find employment in creative industries.
The Northpine Foundation and Amp Health are proud to announce a transformative investment of...
$500,000 Investment Supports Scarborough Program to Address Youth Unemployment and Promote Self-Reliance
Northpine Foundation has announced a significant investment of $500,000 in the Youth LEAPS’ Learn2Work initiative to tackle the issue of unemployment and loss of self-sufficiency among youth in Scarborough, Ontario.
Transforming Trauma: An Investment in Innovative Digital Therapy Aims to Alleviate PTSD Among Refugees
“The lack of access to mental health services for refugees demands innovative solutions and that’s why we’re excited about Sayvn, an accessible, affordable, proven mental health service that we hope to bring to refugees across Canada through collaboration with settlement agencies.” – Bayan Khatib, Impact Director
Supporting 7th Step Society of Canada to dismantle barriers to reintegration for the Formerly Incarcerated
This investment will enable the organization to train and employ FIPs as volunteers and facilitators across Canada, as well as providing assistance for pardon services.
Community Collaboration Sparks Transformation: $750,000 Investment to Preserve Businesses in Newfoundland and Labrador
This investment will facilitate the transformation of essential private businesses into sustainable social purpose organizations (SPOs).
In this inspiring podcast conversation, Aatif, Northpine’s CEO sits down with Victor Beausoleil,...
This is an edited transcript of Sara Tessier’s speech at the 7th Step Society 10th anniversary...
The Financial Flows tool will help organizations dive into funding patterns, identify potential sources, and drive sustainable change. Watch the webinar replay here.
I took all I learned and on the day I walked out of that prison, I was finally free for the first time in my life. I turned around, looked at the walls and fences, and said with confidence and certainty; my freedom is yours to share; I will leave no one behind.
What does it take for refugees to develop a sense of belonging and community?
The climate crisis cannot be addressed with incremental change, focusing on just one part of the complex problem at a time.
Finding a suitable venture to invest in is as important for an impact manager as finding an investor is for an organization or transformative leader. Why then, is there an imbalance and a lack of reciprocity?
According to the Health Accord report we must first “focus on health, not simply healthcare”.
Shifting society requires us at Northpine to figure out how go beyond siloes to catalyze more equitable and thriving systems.