Today is our opportunity to create the future we desire. Make a donation now and help us build a better tomorrow.
Assist us in our efforts to eliminate obstacles to entry and involvement. High5 Foundation (H5F) is a registered charity in Canada with a 4B designation, signifying that it is founded, led, focused, and serving the Black community.
Today is our chance to create the future we desire. Your monthly donation offers dependable funding, allowing us to effectively pursue our vision.
High5 Foundation (H5F) was established in memory of Ephraim Brown, the late brother of one of our founders, who tragically passed away from a stray bullet at the age of 11. Consider making a donation in honor or memory of someone significant to you.
Organize a fundraising event for High5 Foundation on your next birthday, holiday gathering, personal challenge, or simply because you wish to. Your efforts will assist underserved and underrepresented children, youth, and women.
Make a donation of appreciated securities or mutual funds instead of cash, and avoid paying capital gains tax. This is a highly cost-effective method of giving, as High5 Foundation will receive a larger donation and you will receive a larger tax credit.
By leaving a charitable bequest to High5 Foundation in your will, you can make a significant and enduring difference. Your support is essential in enabling us to provide free and subsidized community programs to children, youth, and women living in underrepresented and underserved areas of the GTA.
High5 Foundation (H5F) was founded in honour of Ephraim Brown -the late brother of one of our founders who tragically lost his life to a stray bullet at 11 years old. Through our curriculum-based programming the High5 Foundation offers community arts, sport development, recreation and education and training programming in Ephraim’s memory.
We currently facilitate free and/or subsidized year-round programming for under-served and under-represented children, youth and women residing in the Black Creek, Glenfield-Jane Heights, Humbermede, Oakdale-Beverley Heights, Rustic, South-Parkdale, and Regent Park Neighbourhood Improvement Areas (NIA’s), as well as, the City of Vaughan and the Fort-York/Spadina, Harbourfront communities.
Creating user-generated content, especially for social media is challenging for charities overall. Tagging and reposting our events, program flyers, videos, and images have a tremendous impact on our community outreach activities. We repost each post we are tagged in and enjoy engaging in conversations with our friends and supporters.