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Through sisterhood, mentorship, and community, we change the economic
and social outcomes for black women,
girls and seniors in Canada.

Our Goal, Vision & Commitment

Help Make Change

Volunteer, Participate, or Donate

Thank you for choosing Sesheme Foundation. We are so glad you came. Feel free to browse programs and services to families, seniors, women, and youth. We are here to help!

In Swahili, Ujima means collective work and responsibility. It aims to build

and maintain community. To make our brother's and sisters'

problems our problems and solve them together.

Sesheme Foundation is founded on collective responsibility.

We work together to accelerate outcomes for our extended black family.

In an isolated urban environment, we are a reliable source of support

offering black women and their families the connections, resources,

and tools to elevate their social and economic status.

Upcoming Programs

  • Aug 15, 10:00 a.m. – Aug 26, 4:00 p.m.
    Toronto, 101 Portland St, Etobicoke, ON M8Y 1B1, Canada
    This hands-on career exploration camp for girls aged 13-17 will expose and connect participants to a wide variety of career options and potential mentors. Jean Augustine Centre for Young Women Cost: $60 per person

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