Empowering Communities.
Ending Poverty & Hunger

At Sinai Foundation Canada, we see a world made up of small communities filled with highly motivated professionals collaborating on the right platform and infrastructure in order to help make a difference. We are constantly focused on trying to create an environment that is empowering and inspiring across our communities with the aim that No One Should Be Left Hungry.

Sinai Is Committed

Sinai Foundation Canada consists of a group of dedicated volunteers who are always looking to help those in need. We realize that there are people in society who need a helping hand but are unable to find one. Sinai Foundation Canada is on a mission to fix this issue, one person at a time. We start with food security, by creating Food Banks in our neighbourhoods so no one is left hungry.

Foundation Facts


Families being helped


Cities covered




Different programs

Skill Development Program

Sinai Foundation Canada is always looking for ways to help the community. The focus of this program is to provide needed help to newcomers to Canada, such as language skills, resume writing, interview skills and computer skills.

South Asian Community Wellness

Sinai Foundation Canada is well connected to the Peel community and it has created social engagement activities within the community for middle-aged to seniors who have the free time to contribute to the community while having fun building connections.

Helping Seniors

The aim of this program has been to provide needed help to seniors who are one of the most venerable members of society. Sinai Foundation provided free groceries to seniors during COVID lockdown and offered programs for general safety, mental and physical health, and social engagement

Rapid Response

Sinai Foundation Canada always has been ready to contribute in emergency situations, such as COVID lockdown, the explosion in Beirut, or any emergency anywhere. We work with our partner organizations, UNHCR, Rotary, Red Cross, Lions Club and Inara to reach out to the communities where help is most needed.

Poverty Alleviation

As per Statistics Canada's Canadian Community Health Survey conducted in 2017 and 2018, we found that 12.7% of households experienced some level of food insecurity in the previous 12 months. There were 4.4 million people, including more than 1.2 million children under the age of 18, living in food-insecure households in 2017-18. Sinai Foundation Canada was one of the first organizations that step up during the COVID lockdown and provided the most needed help to provide food to low-income seniors and single parents with young children and continues to do so.

Partners & Networks

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