Dan Belhassen - Founder & CEO - Modern Earth Web Design - Online Marketing - Search Engine Optimization - Custom Web Design - Winnipeg Manitoba Canada

Our Causes

Every year, Modern Earth supports a different array of charities and fundraisers, through donation or services in kind. This year, we are proud to be supporting the following causes.

 

Dan Belhassen,Founder & CEO

The Rehabilitation Centre for Children

The Rehabilitation Centre for Children supports children with special needs in Manitoba and surrounding areas, in reaching their goals and participating in their communities. They provide a centre of excellence for children’s rehabilitation which includes direct service, education, research and innovative technologies that are developed and delivered in an integrated, service system.

Visit the Rehabilitation Centre for Children website

Sure 24

Sure24 provides a safe home over 20 boys who were living on the streets of Nakuru, Kenya, many of whom were drawn to gangs and drugs, These boys are housed, fed, and provided with a primary and secondary level education at local schools. Sure24 and Rainedge International Charities are in the process of raising funds to expand the orphanage to accommodate more orphans and needy boys.

Visit the Sure 24 website

Manitoba Theatre for Young People

We are pleased to provide hosting support to the Manitoba Theatre for Young People. Manitoba Theatre for Young People has been creating and presenting professional theatre productions for children and families since 1982. Led by Artistic Director Leslee Silverman since its inception, MTYP has grown to become one of the most respected professional theatre companies in Canada, for children or adults. To truly appreciate the incredible work of MTYP, enjoy the TEDxManitoba presentation by Leslee Silverman and Columpa Bobb – that discusses the importance of the theatrical and creative process for our children.

Visit the MTYP website

Wikipedia

Wikipedia is a multilingual, web-based, free-content encyclopedia project based on an openly editable model, whose name comes from the combination of a Hawaiian word meaning “quick” (wiki) and encyclopedia. It is written collaboratively by largely anonymous Internet volunteers, and anyone with Internet access can write and make changes to the vast majority of Wikipedia articles. It has become one of the largest reference websites, with almost 78 million visitors monthly as of January 2010.

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Winnipeg Harvest

Since 1984, Winnipeg Harvest has been fighting hunger in Winnipeg, distributing food to over 58,000 people every month, and last year they provided 11 million pounds of food to over 320 member agencies across Manitoba. Modern Earth is proud to support Winnipeg Harvest with a monthly donation, as we share their belief that "every single person in every neighbourhood offers strengths, capacities, abilities and gifts. Hunger and poverty diminish a person's capacity to be effective in their family, neighbourhood and society. "

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Wec-Tech

The Women's Enterprise Centre has designed a program that addresses the need for technological support for women-owned businesses. These supports primarily concern women's adoption and use of technology to make their businesses more productive, efficient and profitable. The project has the potential to increase the profitability and productivity of the businesses as well as increasing the self-confidence and technology acumen of the women business owner and her staff.

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The Canadian Club of Winnipeg

The Canadian Club of Winnipeg is a not-for-profit, apolitical organization. The mandate of the Club is to provide a forum for guest speakers who have a message of general interest to Canadians. It is through these speakers that the Club seeks to promote Canadian unity and identity and aims to offer to members and guests the opportunity to hear intelligent discourse on issues that affect our city, province and nation. The topics range among various areas of interest, from the political arena to news from the forefront of technology, from hot button topics in health care, to the latest in current affairs. We are pleased to provide hosting and web design services as well as technical support.

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Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre

Formed in 1984 by a group of environmentally concerned citizens, the Manitoba Wildlife Rehabilitation Organization (MWRO) was Manitoba's first wildlife rehabilitation organization. The Wildlife Haven receives approximately 1500 animals each year. The Centre is equipped to handle all avian species, including large birds of prey and herons, as well as small native Manitoba mammals. Hundreds of injured and orphaned animals are successfully rehabilitated and released each year. The Wildlife Haven holds education as an essential component of its efforts to preserve Manitoba's ecosystems, so that wildlife and humans can co-exist in harmony and peace.

Visit Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre