2023 ANNUAL FORECAST

75 years fighting exclusion together

For 75 years, Mission Inclusion has been supporting local and community-based initiatives that revolve around individual capacity-building and community mobilization.

We have been working in South America, Asia and Africa since Day 1. For our 75th anniversary we want to broaden the scope of our efforts for economic and social inclusion, climate justice and gender equality to new regions.

« That’s why inclusion is still our core mission. As a supporter of Mission Inclusion, you are an agent of inclusion. You are helping to build a world where everyone belongs. On behalf of all the people you are assisting, thank you! »

Richard Veenstra, Executive Director – Mission Inclusion
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75 years fighting exclusion together

For 75 years, Mission Inclusion has been supporting local and community-based initiatives that revolve around individual capacity-building and community mobilization.

We have been working in South America, Asia and Africa since Day 1. For our 75th anniversary we want to broaden the scope of our efforts for economic and social inclusion, climate justice and gender equality to new regions.

« That’s why inclusion is still our core mission. As a supporter of Mission Inclusion, you are an agent of inclusion. You are helping to build a world where everyone belongs. On behalf of all the people you are assisting, thank you! »

Richard Veenstra, Executive Director – Mission Inclusion

Spotlight on our flagship projects

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MARCHÉ CROQUE ST-ROCH

Québec City

In a socially and economically disadvantaged neighbourhood, the Marché solidaire Croque St-Roch provides assistance that complements the food aid network. It helps provide physical and financial access to fresh, healthy food while supporting food dignity. It is a socially mixed project conducted by and for the community. It uses a variety of means to reach the most vulnerable people, particularly seniors.
Mission inclusion backs projects that meet the needs identified by the community. This project supported by several community organizations in the Saint-Roch neighbourhood is a good example.
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The Fundación Centro de Cultura Popular

Bolivia

The Fundación Centro de Cultura Popular (FCCP) promotes women’s human rights through a savings system rooted in the solidarity economy and based on solidarity, transparency, respect, participatory democracy, inclusion, equity, equality, interculturality and self-management.
The money is used to buy food and at the end of the year the fund yields a financial surplus, thanks to the collective efforts of the women who belong to the mothers’ centre.
Approximately 700 women at 28 “mothers’ centres” in the Periférica district of La Paz are able to acquire food during 10 months of the year through a savings-based credit system.

Find out about other innovative and inspiring projects

Spotlight on two flagship projects 

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Marché Croque St-Roch, Quebec City

In a socially and economically disadvantaged neighbourhood, the Marché solidaire Croque St-Roch provides assistance that complements the food aid network. It helps provide physical and financial access to fresh, healthy food while supporting food dignity. It is a socially mixed project conducted by and for the community. It uses a variety of means to reach the most vulnerable people, particularly seniors.
Mission inclusion backs projects that meet the needs identified by the community. This project supported by several community organizations in the Saint-Roch neighbourhood is a good example.
projection annuelle Mission inclusion

The Fundación Centro de Cultura Popular, Bolivia

The Fundación Centro de Cultura Popular (FCCP) promotes women’s human rights through a savings system rooted in the solidarity economy and based on solidarity, transparency, respect, participatory democracy, inclusion, equity, equality, interculturality and self-management.
The money is used to buy food and at the end of the year the fund yields a financial surplus, thanks to the collective efforts of the women who belong to the mothers’ centre.
Approximately 700 women at 28 “mothers’ centres” in the Periférica district of La Paz are able to acquire food during 10 months of the year through a savings-based credit system.

Find out about other innovative and inspiring projects

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