Our Partners

Our Partners

The Canadian government, media partners, corporate leaders and supporters help us to rapidly mobilize Canadians when humanitarian disasters occur. Because every minute counts, our partners ensure that people are aware of the crisis and know how to help. We welcome the involvement of new partners who want to be part of the Canadian response to international emergencies.  Contact us to discuss how we can work together.

Media partners

Canadian media play a leading role in informing Canadians and encouraging giving in times of need. The HC provides the latest updates from the field, photos and camera footage, as well as expert spokespeople and commentators. The media help disseminate the information to Canadians across the country. Working together is fast and effective. Together, we can inform and mobilize Canadians. Call us to learn more about being a media partner.

Bell Media, Pattison Onestop, Corus, Shaw Media, Rogers Media, Globe and Mail, La Presse, Le Devoir, Metro News and Metro Canada, iPolitics

Corporate leaders

Our corporate partners are committed to being socially responsible. Aligned with their brand and values, they provide opportunities for their employees and customers to respond to humanitarian disasters. The HC provides the materials to organize or support an effective campaign – fundraising and communications materials, a branded online donation page, situation updates – and Canadian businesses choose how they want to participate. Learn more about being a corporate partner.

PayPal, CBSR, Rona, 20 VIC Management

Supporters

Supporters are organizations and influencers committed to mobilizing their networks to help save lives during humanitarian crises. They share information on the disaster and our response through their membership, on their social media platforms, their websites, their newsletters, and other channels, encouraging people to become involved by donating to the Humanitarian Coalition. Learn more about being a supporter.

Community Foundations of Canada, Interactive Ontario, Ottawa University

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