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SHARE 2019 Dinner Dance Fundraiser and Auction

  • Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019
  • LocationEmbassy Grand Convention Centre  
    8800 The Gore Road, Brampton, Doors Open 5:30 pm. (Map)
  • Cost: $100 with $40 tax receipt
  • PerformersMusic by the Clay Hills Band
  • Contact: Joe Gray (905)-838-0897 Email or
    (888) 337-4273 for tickets, to sponsor a table or
    to donate to the Silent and Live Auctions.

What We Do

SHARE Agriculture Foundation (SHARE) is an effective Canadian charity. SHARE stands for Sending Help and Resources Everywhere.
SHARE provides funding, guidance and expertise to agriculturally-based communities in developing countries, with a focus on Central and South America. Our projects are often in the poorest, most isolated communities where projects will have the greatest impact. SHARE provides a “hand-up” to sustainability to increase a community’s capacity to care for itself.

Our Vision

SHARE provides opportunities and resources to help people help themselves. Using the “Pass On” principle, those helped assist others, thus ensuring healthy communities where people can improve their life through their own efforts.

Micro credit, irrigatied out of season corn crop, women, El Salvador (cropped)

Our Mission

SHARE enables impoverished agriculturally based communities to improve their quality of life by supporting projects that contribute to economic, social and environmental development and sustainability.


“I am a great fan of the work that SHARE does. This organization has an impact on a tremendous number of lives, increases the benefits through the “pass on principle” and isn’t burdened with large administration cost. This is a volunteer driven registered charity in the purest sense of it.”
~ SHARE Honorary Patron, Mark Cullen C.M.

“The efforts and donations of the many people who support S.H.A.R.E. have helped alleviate poverty and hunger for thousands of people in areas where there are no social safety nets. S.H.A.R.E. proves that individual Canadians can make a difference where the need is greatest.”
~  The Honorable Lorna Milne, retired Canadian Senator

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