Plan International proudly partners with many corporations that recognize their potential and power
to make a real difference. The support of corporations enables us to take even greater strides to
help children access their rights to essentials like education and health care, as well as advance
equality for girls worldwide.
Learn more about our corporate partnerships
Plan International Canada is privileged to partner with inspiring and passionate public influencers
like Lisa LaFlamme, Sarah Rafferty and Cheryl Hickey. As authentic thought leaders with unique
insights, our ambassadors leverage their talent and platform to help reach new audiences,
cultivating a community of champions advocating for children’s rights and equality for girls.
about our celebrated ambassadors
International development works to address the root causes of poverty, the denial of rights and
marginalization. To do this, Plan International Canada teams up with like-minded coalitions and
organizations to influence policy decisions, raise awareness and build support within government
departments for progressive policies related to our work.
Thanks to generous institutional partners, Plan International Canada can multiply its impact and
advance children’s rights and equality for girls around the world. We thank our partners for
their incredible support. Grants from institutional donors help to maximize Plan International
Canada’s resources to create effective change with local partners and governmental agencies.
We partner with the following:
- Global Affairs Canada
- The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
- World Food Programme
- Dubai Cares
- Educate A Child
- Education Cannot Wait
- UN OCHA
Global Affairs Canada
With the generous support of Global Affairs Canada and Canadians, we implement a variety of projects
that help children and communities to access quality health care and education, as well as realize
their rights to protection. Together, we also provide humanitarian assistance in emergencies and
work to enhance women’s economic empowerment.