Soccer Without Boundaries
Sports, music, and art
Tutoring, mentoring, and
family support services
Inviting participation and celebrating diversity
Many donors assume that by contributing to large organizations, they are making the biggest impact. By choosing to give to a smaller, local organization like Umoja Community Mosaic, donors actively enrich their community and can witness their dollars changing childrens’ lives.
Youth and children from over 30 different countries come together year round for skill development and to share in the magic of chasing a ball around a pitch.
Hampers provide families and seniors in need with culturally appropriate foods to cook with. This ensures access to food in a safe and secure manner.
Students are connected with tutors in the community. Many tutors are also participants and may have received tutoring themselves.
Women’s programming, social enterprise, and anti-racism are just some of the topics we address to support our adult community.
Jean Claude Munyezamu is a Rwandan Canadian who escaped the genocide in 1994 and volunteered in refugee camps in Somalia and Sudan before moving to Canada in 1998.
In 2010, learning that children in his neighbourhood were getting into trouble, Jean Claude took some soccer balls to a nearby green space on a Saturday morning. This kicked off the start of Soccer Without Boundaries. He continues to nurture community relationships with each participating child and parent, while directing our growing organization.
Activities Each Year
The fingerprint of our donors is on every success story. Feel confident knowing you’ve invested directly in the future of your community.
At Umoja Community Mosaic, we know you want to be a donor actively improving your community by investing in a reputable organization. You want your donation dollars to have maximum local impact. While giving to large organizations may seem less risky, there are smaller, deserving organizations within your community that could put your contributions to good use.
At Umoja, the fingerprint of our donors is on every success story. We believe each donor deserves to feel confident in their investment. They should see exactly how contributions are enriching the community and witness their dollars at work.
Visit the donations page on this website.
Submit your donation.
Take pride knowing you’ve invested in the future of your community.
So, donate to Umoja Community Mosaic today. In the meantime, schedule a private tour with our founder, Jean Claude. See how we promote inclusion and community leadership, while focusing on each individual child and family for a ripple effect of success.