Bonheur5Stars was conceived with a dream of making a difference. We started early to build
relationships with pioneers that have experience, knowledge and passion to transform the world. We donate independently to five registered charities that are in-line with our hearts. We call them 'bonheur five stars' (#bonheur5stars), each star representing a charity.
Mission: Feed a hungry child, Help women in crisis, Protect animals, Plant trees and Provide clean drinking water. Bold dreams today are happy realities of tomorrow.
Plan works in 72 countries around the globe, including
52 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas. They give children,
families and communities the tools they need to break the cycle of poverty and
begin the cycle of progress by creating sustainable solutions for
improving their own lives. They are also
the organization behind 'Because I am a Girl', a global initiative to end gender
inequality, promote girls’ rights and lift millions of girls and everyone
around them out of poverty.
Like that Good Samaritan, Samaritan’s Purse
provides aid to hurting people—victims of war, disease, disaster, poverty,
famine, and persecution. They do it regardless of their religious faith, race,
gender, or socioeconomic standing.
They envision a world without violence against women. As the first center for abused women and children in Canada, they are leaders in the campaign
for women’s empowerment, providing innovative, specialized services that help
abused women and their children transform their lives and break the cycle of
SPCA & HUMANE SOCIETY
Through its province-wide network of 50 plus
Communities, the Ontario SPCA (Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals) is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in
the country, providing care and shelter for tens of thousands of animals every
Since 1992, Tree Canada has greened more than 1,100 urban centres, BIAs,
indigenous communities, schools and hospitals throughout Canada. They’ve
greened more than 600 schoolyards, and planted more than 10,000 edible
fruit and nut trees and shrubs in communities all across Canada to help
fight urban food insecurity.