The Aboriginal Education Student Services initiative began in 2011 to provide services to Aboriginal students to improve access to post-secondary education, support academic success, assist First Nation students in developing valuable life-skills during their studies, and create opportunities for success after graduation.
Since 2012, the Harrison McCain Foundation has supported various projects, including the purchase of cardiac care, neurosurgery and genome sequencing equipment, and toward expansion of the Ambulatory Clinic.
BCAPI is a charitable organization dedicated to ending generational poverty in Saint John. In 2018, the Harrison McCain Foundation made a major three-year commitment to support When Children Succeed, an initiative that aims to close poverty’s education gap.
The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre has 12 site groups, 26 specialty clinics and more than 3,000 staff who oversee 400,000 patient visits every year. In 2018, the Harrison McCain Foundation made a pledge to support the Harrison McCain Radiation Training Program for Atlantic Canadian oncologists.
Dropping out of school creates an achievement gap that can negatively affect youth and their families for the rest of their lives. Pathways to Education is breaking the cycle of poverty through education.
Since 2007, the Harrison McCain Foundation has contributed to the purchase of hospital equipment such as a cardiac monitor, electric cribs, Draper Monitors and a digital mobile x-ray machine.
The Harrison McCain Foundation, on behalf of the Joyce McCain Memorial Fund has contributed to the Boys and Girls Club of St. John’s since 2015.
Since 2008, the Harrison McCain Foundation has supported Holland College with scholarships, Harrison McCain Bursaries, the Harrison McCain Aboriginal Bursaries and support.
L’Arche Homefires is a community of five homes in Wolfville that demonstrates respect for all people, whatever their physical, mental and social abilities, by doing things with rather than for them.