About Us

ABOUT US

 

Northern Lights Relief Foundation is a non-profit organization that brings together teams of volunteers to collaborate on humanitarian relief and refugee efforts. These teams provide an array of support, offering to assist financially, emotionally, and physically with the needs of families and helping newcomers to settle down in terms of both integration and settlement.

Northern Lights Relief its staff and its volunteers believe that every member of society can give back to their communities in any shape or form, in a pleasant and respectful environment that accepts no judgments or discrimination. 

 

MISSION

 

Northern Lights Relief Foundation is a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to:
-Brings together teams of volunteers to collaborate on humanitarian relief domestic and international
-Provide an array of support, offering to assist financially, emotionally, and physically with the needs of families
-Helping newcomers to settle down in terms of both integration and settlement.
– Help newcomers to the Cary area identify with their community;
– Promote interest in local civic, cultural and service programs

 

VISION

 

Trust, mutual respect and equal partnerships among community service providers are essential elements of our work. Providing hope, making a difference, offering opportunities for true collaboration are the life and soul of the organization.
While understanding the importance of embracing humanity with a compassionate heart, we extend our contributions and volunteerism beyond Canada. For this reason, our objective is to provide aid and such services both domestically and internationally, despite race, religion and ethnicity, while giving priority based only on the level of seriousness and urgency of the need. We hope for these activities to improve and enhance the lives of individuals and communities on both a local and a global scale. On the domestic front, we envision a contribution to Canada that maintains preserves and protects the rich cultural and multifaceted aspects of its communities’ values.