Making a difference since 2016

Our Impact

Our foundation has made a significant difference in the lives of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers, refugees, and newcomers to Canada.

Making a difference since 2016

Our Impact

Our foundation has made a significant difference in the lives of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers, refugees, and newcomers to Canada.

We help people from all around the world

Our foundation has assisted refugees and newcomers from more than 13 different countries, most of which have laws against the LGBTQ+ community. We thank you for helping us bring these people to safety.

36%

of the world has laws criminalizing same-sex relationships.

64%

of LGBTQ+ people have experienced anti-LGBTQ+ violence or abuse.

25%

of the world’s population believes that being LGBTQ+ should be a crime.

Now more than ever, LGBTQ+ communities need help. Everyone deserves an opportunity to live a safe and free life. Our foundation is dedicated to making this a reality.

66

Private sponsorships

Our Ecosystem of Hope partners assisted in the private sponsorship of 61 LGBTQ+ refugees escaping persecution.

531

Counselling Sessions

When LGBTQ+ people escape persecution and resettle in a new country, they benefit significantly from counselling support.  

7

Emergency Flights

Some LGBTQ+ refugees need to escape imminent threats to their safety with emergency flights. 7 newcomers were relocated out of harm’s way

25

Legal Document Support

These gave them access to necessary services that supported their well-being, giving them a chance to succeed in this new cycle of their lives.

13

Supportive Housing

Most LGBTQ+ newcomers need financial support when securing safe and stable housing when arriving in Canada.

361

Community Services Support

361 community service requests funded, including gift cards for food, beverages, and transportation costs for group session attendees.

256

Group Counselling Sessions

We strive to provide LGBTQ+ newcomers with the means to attain well-being by improving mental health.

100

Referral Services

Accessing all the available services in a new country can be overwhelming for many newcomers.

5

Scholarships

Some LGBTQ+ newcomers seek education when arriving in Canada. This gives them a chance at the education they deserve.

Where are assisted refugees settling?

Foundation of Hope helps relocate and resettle persecuted LGBTQ+ migrants into Canada.

As of today, the Foundation of Hope has helped resettle newcomers across six Canadian provinces: British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta, Ontario, Manitoba and Nova Scotia.

Your support is powerful

You have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals fleeing violence and persecution. If you can, please give now.