Fundraising Report

2021 - Private Citizen Sponsorship

In November 2021, we raised just over $6K in an online zoom event. The money was used to help the private citizen sponsorship of an Iranian refugee family. The money is still being held in a trust account for them and will be used when they arrive to help support them during their first year in Canada. The money raised by R&R was part of a larger fundraising effort that raised $26K for this family to start new lives here.

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2019 - Youth Programs in Moose Factory, Ontario

In 2019 we raised $10K and for the third year in a row, the money was headed to support a cultural youth program for indigenous teens in the community of Moose Factory, Ontario. We were honouring a commitment we made to support the program for 3 years. Unfortunately with the pandemic and the problems WE Charity faced in early 2020, the program did not unfold in that year.

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2018 - Sacred Circle

In 2018 we raised $13,618 to support the Sacred Circle program for another year. Over four years of Rumble and Roar, we have raised over $50,000!!!

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2017 - Sacred Circle

In 2017, Rumble and Roar raised $13,812. In light of Canada’s 150, we wanted to support a domestic program and chose to initiate a Sacred Circle program – a youth leadership program with the community of Moose Factory. This 3-day program is scheduled to go ahead in August 2018 and will involve a group of indigenous youth who will work with elders in the community and a team of WE facilitators. We are planning to support this same group of teens over a 3 year period, in the hopes that the ongoing relationship will empower them with new skills and belief in the possibilities of the future.

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2016 - Me to We Trip Bursary

In 2016, Rumble and Roar raised $10,800. This money was invested with WE Charity – and combined with past funds, it allows our annual $1000 bursary to be self-sustaining. The bursary is awarded in Alex’s name to support student(s) who are fundraising to participate in a Me to We trip. These trips are often life-changing events for these young people – they gain self-awareness, leadership skills, an understanding of other cultures and the importance of community and relationships.

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2015 - Baraka Health Clinic, Kenya

In our inaugural year of 2015, Rumble and Roar raised $15,606 for the Remember Alex Project. This money was used to support the Baraka Health Clinic in Kenya, to purchase an operating table for their new surgical unit. 

The money was also used to support the annual bursary we put out to support a student to travel on a Me to We trip.

 new skills and confidence back to their communities. These students have a lot to give and work hard to reach their goals. We are privileged and proud to help in a small way. This year we divided the bursary between two 15-year-old students – both who have shown determination and perseverance to fundraise their way to Kenya and Ecuador. We know they will take full advantage of all the opportunity these trips provide and use what they gain to enrich life.

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