Get To Know a Non-Profit: War Child Canada

In the first of what we plan to be an ongoing series on this site, we'll be taking a look at Toronto-based non-profits. First up is War Child Canada, a charity dedicated to providing urgently needed humanitarian assistance to war-affected children around the world.

You may have heard about them through any number of these artists, busking Raine Maida or their award-winning ad campaign for Camp Okutta.

I recently visited their office at 401 Richmond and spoke to Co-Founder Dr. Samantha Nutt about the organization and the Camp Okutta campaign. Watch the video below:


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