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 Harrison McCain Foundation has provided the University of New Brunswick an opportunity to offer incentives to elite new or young faculty to join or remain there.
This initiative supports at-risk women and children, providing financial and educational resources to bring them from hopelessness and despair to self-sustainability and a bright future.
The Centreville Elks Home is the hub of the village and the heart of the broader community and area. Most community events, such as celebrations and weddings, are held there. The Harrison McCain Foundation provided funds to retrofit the existing building, which was in dire need of repair.