LeMine Initiative brings together a network of committed, passionate individuals. At LeMine, we take great pride in planning and engaging in various social and relief programs across our communities. We believe each individual within our organization carries the global social responsibility to contribute to a better place. Currently, we are actively engaging in poverty relief and child support programs, offering orphan children equal education opportunities and sustainable self-development. We are a team built on unity and understanding.
At the celebration party, on behalf of the development team of the Academy Condos, LeMine Investment Group and Devron Developments, Thomas Liu and Pouyan Safapour handed the $30,000 cheque to Sick Kids Foundation as a donation to help achieve affordable medical care. The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) has been a place of healing and hope since 1875. SickKids, affiliated with the University of Toronto, is Canada’s most research-intensive hospital and the largest centre dedicated to improving children’s health in the country. SickKids improved the health of children by integrating care, research and teaching. The donation goes towards providing care for sick children and their parents’ accompany, investing in new research projects and training new doctors and other staff.
The Horizon Initiative, which hosts the Africa Schoolhouse program, is a non-profit organization assisting and empowering orphaned children to a life of self-sustainability. This is accomplished through a unique “micro- community” model that consists of houses, classrooms, trade school, medical facilities, playgrounds and on-site agricultural business centres that help fund the community itself. We provide each child an inheritance, such as a college or university degree, a trade or business training, agricultural training and a piece of land. These children will have the resources necessary to use their ideas and strengths and implement them to succeed in becoming productive members of society. The objective of the program is to provide a renewed sense of purpose and dignity for the children.
To celebrate the upcoming 65th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China and to create a moment of warmth among the members of the city's Chinese community, a public-benefit show -- "Toronto - The Chinese Heart" flash mob show organized by LeMine Investment Group was successfully held in Toronto on September 16, 2014 The event was held in Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto, with more than 200 performers and audience members in attendance. By performing famous Chinese songs such as Ode to the Motherland and My Chinese Heart, the flash mob show attracted and received a great deal of applause from nearly 10,000 people across the different ethnic groups of the mainstream community. With crews from several mainstream and Chinese TV stations present to record the event and conduct interviews, the event came to a successful conclusion.
To commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the victory of the World War II and China's defeat of Japanese fascist during the World Anti-Fascist War, Lemine Initiative, the philanthropy division of Lemine Investment Group, initiated and organized an epic Chinese community show “One World One Dream · Ode to Peace" on Oct. 3 in Toronto’s Mississauga Living Arts Centre. More than 100 organizations and art troops of the Toronto Chinese community, 1000 performers and 3000 volunteers passionately worked on this Chinese community initiative. Participants range from 3-year-old kid to 92-year-old World War II veteran, from Chinese immigrants to local Canadians. The Lemine and community organization co-organized “One World One Dream · Ode to Peace" show is the largest Chinese community event in 2015 in Canada, with the most participating organizations and individuals, the biggest influence and the largest scale. Lemine Investment Group’s Lemine Media also spent more than 3 months to produce a 20-minutes documentary Toronto · Chinese Heart 2015., paying homage to the 1 year and a half organizing, over 200 rehearsals and thousands of volunteers behind the success of the “One World One Dream · Ode to Peace" Chinese community show.
On May 1, 2016, a wildfire began southwest of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. On May 3, it swept through the community, forcing the largest wildfire evacuation in Alberta's history. Personnel from the Canadian Forces, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as well as firefighting forces from Alberta, other Canadian provincial agencies, and South Africa responded to the wildfire. Aid for evacuees was provided by various governments and via donations through the Canadian Red Cross and other local and national charitable organizations. Lemine group's Alberta Chinese Foundation was among the charitable organizations that provided aid for evacuees.
Futurera 2015 was staged on November 29th, 2015 and is proud to announce the successful night and conclusion at Daniels Spectrum, Toronto. The event explored the possible development and intersection of technology, fashion, visual arts and experimental music. The 2015 event co-hosts included Art Calorie, Generative Lab and Yemo Indie Music and Culture Inc, and powered by LeMine Investment Group.
During this debut year event, Futurera had welcomed a total of up to 300 guests from multiple industries, including professionals and forerunners working in media, investment, art, and technology. Clck here to read more.