Donate to the RCMP Foundation and invest in children and youth at risk across Canada.

The Foundation’s mission is to raise the necessary funds to deliver programs, in partnership with RCMP members, aimed at addressing the ever-increasing challenges facing vulnerable children and youth in Canada. Learn about our Canadian programming.

Your gift, no matter the size, is a meaningful and greatly valued contribution and helps us live our mission to help young people deal with the risks, challenges and pressures they face on a daily basis through the delivery of community programming. Donate today and help at-risk children and youth.

Check out the selection of RCMP licensed products in Everything from socks to hats to get you or your gift list outfitted. All the proceeds from sales are directed to running our critical youth programs.

Young Futures Campaign: Reaching More Vulnerable Youth.

In 2018 we launched the Young Futures Campaign to raise $2.5 million dollars over 3 years. The support of individuals and corporate Canada through this campaign will allow us to expand our programming with RCMP divisions across the country, and reach more of Canada’s most vulnerable children and youth.

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News and Events

September 2018 Newsletter – Read about how we’ve reached over 2,500 children & youth with our customized programming, the success of our recent online horse auction, new fall arrivals in our Mountie Shop and ways you can donate.


Media Release – RCMP Foundation to auction off up to 40 extraordinary Hanoverian horses from the Musical Ride Breeding Program.


Horse Auction Now, through an online and live auction, the Official Breeding Program of the world-famous RCMP Musical Ride offers you the rare opportunity to own one of these truly spectacular horses.

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Police as teachers – Building relationships with youth.
Publish on April 3, 2018 – By Amelia Thatcher. Gazette magazine Vol. 80, No. 2

RCMP detachments often use programs supported by the foundation as a way of engaging youth to prevent them from going down the path of criminality later in life. (Read the full article)

How can police presence in schools help with prevention?
Publish on April 3, 2018 – Vol. 80, No. 2

According to Cst. Meighan De Pass, positive exchanges between youth and police in the schools lead to increased trust and information sharing, which can directly benefit investigations, young people and society. (Read the full article)

"Young & happy"

N'we Jinan Artists | Onion Lake Cree Nation

In partnership with N’We Jinan and Ekweskeet Healing Lodge, and with support from the Wicihitowin Foundation, the music video “Young & Happy” was written by talented Onion Lake youth, which the RCMP Foundation is thrilled to support! Enjoy a few minutes listening to stories of courage, strength and hope. The song is also available on Apple Music.

Show Your Kindness

The RCMP Foundation, in partnership with the Athabasca Tribal Council and BearPaw Communications, are helping the community of Fort Chipewyan, Alberta take a courageous stand against bullying and teenage suicide by promoting a traditional value that comes natural to Aboriginal people and communities – KINDNESS.

SHOW YOUR KINDNESS is a powerful documentary film which tells the story of a teenage girl bullied to the brink of suicide and her emotional journey back to family, community, and culture.