Current Programs

Please note that some programs are now running virtually, while others are postponed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact us for more information


Project purpose: Opportunities for success for young women seeking entrepreneurial and career growth avenues.

Target group: Young women, newcomers, mature students, and women contemplating start-ups.

Interested to apply for e-mentoring send us an email: with subject line; e-Mentoring

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Leadership Conference

Project purpose:Leadership Conference for Women in Skilled Trades coming up in September, Stay Tuned

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Drive & Thrive

Red Shawl - This program is for New immigrant women in Canada who have limited resources to spare for driving lessons

Project purpose: Drive & Thrive Program aims to successfully assist women in receiving their driver’s licence and gain easier access to services and employment.

Target group: low-income woman and a newcomer in Canada i.e. less than 2 years. Candidates must provide required documents for assessment to be enrolled.

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Clothing Drive & Donations

Red Shawl - Clothing drives are and an ongoing effort by Red Shawl and we collect clothes through out the year.

Project purpose: Clothing donations are an ongoing effort by Red Shawl and we collect clothes for women and their families throughout the year for Newcomer and Refugee families in Canada. Stay tuned for Calls for Donations.

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Programs For Seniors

Project purpose: Our focus is on Stay-at-home and low-income seniors from various ethnic communities offering opportunities for volunteering, engaging with other seniors and inter-generational community-based activities.

Target group: Stay-at-home seniors, newcomer senior women, seniors from entho-cultural groups

Why Women Need Help?


Women and girls comprise just over half of Canada's population


Women on average make lower income than men


1 out of every 5 female employees earns less than $10 per hour


Most poor women are working, but cannot earn enough to lift themselves out of poverty.


4 out of 10 Canadian adults are deemed to have low literacy skills.