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Check out all the great ways you can get involved with Plan International Canada, and help address social justice issues affecting children around the world.

Spread the Net

Malaria kills an estimated 584,000 people each year, and remains the leading cause of death of children under 5 in Africa. Since 2007, Spread the Net has protected the lives of more than 9.6 million people including children and pregnant women and delivering over 5.4 million malaria-preventing bed nets to families in Africa.

Join the Spread the Net Student Challenge, fundraise for bed nets, or purchase bed nets through Gifts of Hope.

Help Spread the Net

Youth Advisory Council

Plan International Canada’s Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is made up of 10 young people aged 17 - 24 from across Canada who are passionate about international development issues and want to make a lasting difference at Plan International Canada. Council members meet monthly either in-person or through Skype and provide a youth perspective to Plan International’s work.

Join the Youth Advisory Council

Meet the team

We are Plan International Canada’s Community Engagement team and we are passionate about international development and the importance of young Canadians playing an active role in creating powerful and sustainable change to make the world a better place for us all.

Meet our team



We have all kinds of resources to help you explore key global issues and themes in our international development work. Perfect for teachers, educators, youth leaders, mentors, and club leaders.

Check out our Resource centre

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Read stories about our work and latest initiatives, and meet members of the Plan International Canada community.

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This youth-focused, monthly newsletter shares updates on our work and information on how you can support current initiatives.

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