Mikinakoos Children’s Fund is a charity created to address the quality of life imbalance in remote northwestern Ontario communities by improving access to food, clothing and basic amenities.
Mikinakoos Children’s Fund is a charity created to address poverty by providing basic amenities, such as food, clothing, and shelter to First Nations children residing in remote First Nation communities.
There’s no place for hunger in Canada. Help children residing in remote First Nations communities in Northern Ontario.
Addresses food insecurity along with offering other basic necessities such as warm clothing and baby items. Fostering our mission to ease the cost of living for northern children and families, our key demographic includes families with children under the age of 12 who are living in extreme poverty.
Warm clothing in the harsh winter months and proper clothing for the wet spring are vital to a child’s health and general ability to thrive. Through our Warm Clothing Program, we collect specific clothing donations that are packaged and delivered to the communities we serve.
Our primary goal is to provide children with appropriate level courses, seminars, and workshops to promote well-rounded lives. We have collaborated with community members and other partner organizations to offer fun activities for children under age 12.