Links & Parent Resources
In developing Moonjar.ca, we have come into contact with a wide range of great online resources for parents. Feel free to browse, the links open in a new window so it's easy to get back to Moonjar.ca.
Moonjar Canada Gives Back
Moonjar Canada wants to share some of our favorite charities and community organizations with you:
- United Way of Canada
- Oxfam Canada
- Save the Children Canada
- The Terry Fox Foundation
- Children's Wish Foundation Canada
- The Snowsuit Fund of Ottawa
- Unicef Canada
CharityVillage recognizes and showcases the richness and diversity of Canada's nonprofit sector. It's purpose is to encourage, support and service the approximately 80,000 Canadian charities, the nation's 70,000 other nonprofit organizations, and the millions of professionals, staffers, volunteers, donors, and supporters who make this sector such an important part of our national fabric.
Volunteer Canada is the national voice for volunteerism in Canada. Since 1977, Volunteer Canada has been committed to supporting volunteerism and civic participation through ongoing programs and special projects.
Youth in Philanthropy - Canada
YIP Canada is a growing movement that engages young people in building philanthropy in communities across Canada by connecting them with community foundations and Youth Advisory Committee's.
Community Foundations Canada
Inclusive. Forward-looking. Fair. Creative. Safe. Green. Fun. There’s no end of words to describe what we want our communities and country to be. Read more about Community Foundations Canada and the work they do in your community.
Rich by Thirty - Lesley Scorgie
Lesley Scorgie (Calgary, AB) is the author of Rich by Thirty: A Young Adult’s Guide To Financial Success, a national bestselling personal finance book geared towards young people. Lesley’s passion is to encourage financial literacy.
KIDSCA$H™, the Cash Management Workbook for Kids.
In the United States, Moonjar LLC supports Jump$tart National and Jump$tart WA. Jump$tart is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the personal financial literacy of our youth.
DailyFinances was formed to offer a unique reference point on advice on budgeting, saving and earning money.
Social and Enterprise Development Innovations (SEDI) is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping low-income Canadians achieve economic self-sufficiency. Their initiatives focus on three areas: financial literacy, asset-building and entrepreneurship.
Financial Literacy for Youth
Financial Literacy for Youth is a group of dedicated individuals in Vancouver, BC, who have come together to promote financial literacy and responsibility among youths.
Chock a block full of resources for parents and children..
A cool website where you can get the scoop on investing or just have fun playing money games.
The leading provider of products and services for girls' financial independence, and for parents trying to raise financially fit kids.
Canada's unbiased, non-profit source for information and tools that help consumers make better decisions when investing and managing their money.