CHRV Tries to keep its expense to a minimum. We get sponsors to sponsor events directly. However, we are very passionate about some organization and the need for them to get funds. We have listed few below with links. Please contribute to them directly.
Through civic work, AJF addresses the disparities of the five ‘E’s – Equality, Education, Entrepreneurship and Entertainment and access to renewable Energy as the bedrock for the empowerment of women and girls and all underprivileged and marginalized people across the globe. almasjiwanifoundation.org
The South Asian Women’s Centre is a voluntary non-profit women’s organization run by, and for South Asian Women. Our purpose is to increase self-awareness of South Asian Women and to empower women to develop their social and cultural potential. The Centre is a place where South Asian Women of all backgrounds and ages can access a variety of programs and services. We strive to provide an environment where women can work together to promote their well-being. Our primary focus is to increase women’s awareness of themselves and assist them to develop their full potential by increasing their economic, social, and political standing in society. www.sawc.org
Aura Freedom International seeks to empower, support and educate women and children worldwide. Through grassroots programs and sustainable projects with like-minded organizations, we seek to eradicate the atrocities inflicted upon women and girls in both the developed and developing world and promote gender equality. aurafreedom.org
CCLA fights for the civil liberties, human rights, and democratic freedoms of all people across Canada. Founded in 1964, we are an independent, national, nongovernmental organization, working in the courts, before legislative committees, in the classrooms, and in the streets, protecting the rights and freedoms cherished by Canadians and entrenched in our Constitution. ccla.org