Poverty Relief

    The Foundation’s attempt to temporarily relieve the suffering of our fellow human beings: purchase unmarketable fresh vegetables or those in excess from local farmers whenever necessary, to relieve farmers from the pressure of lost revenue; donate food purchased to food banks and Salvation Army around PEI to relieve hunger so good food are not left […]

    Animal Welfare and Protection

    In an effort to protect and save livestock, lab animals, and wildlife that are sick, mistreated, or to be slaughtered, we set up sanctuaries where the rescued animals can roam free, be cared for and loved. At the same time, raise public awareness of animal welfare and promote compassion towards all living beings.

    Agricultural and Natural Land Preservation

    Concerned about health and global warming issues, the Foundation strives to: preserve land in compliance with government land protection programs promote conservation and preservation of natural green space and waterways promote organic and natural farming to preserve and restore natural resources, including planting trees

    Promotion of Education, Cultural Understanding and Diversity

    Due to technological advancement, the world seems to become smaller and smaller, and there is a dire need for people to co-exist harmoniously. Therefore, an understanding of the multi-diversity of different ethnic and religion has become urgent. Through free workshops, courses, and seminars, the Foundation wishes to: promote cross-cultural exchanges, education, and religious diversity offer […]

    The fun of making Xinjiang Noodles

    Class enjoying a free cooking class organized by Moonlight International Foundation November 2015.

    To be included on mailing list for other cultural classes, email: class@moonlightfoundation.org or fill out the form below.

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    Helping New Neighbours Stay Warm

    Moonlight Foundation will be helping Syrian refugees keep warm this winter. Winter boots, snow pants and jackets are amongst the items being given to the PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada for the Welcome Project this December, to prepare our new neighbours for the chilly winter ahead.

    Nearly 3000 items of clothing have been donated to Moonlight since August 2015,  by Mr. Su, a manufacturer and owner of a clothing outlet in Taiwan. Originally, he was going to sell the clothing to Moonlight, however, upon learning about where and why the purchase was being made, he decided to donate the clothing to help spread the warmth of kindness.

    “You guys [Moonlight] are doing a good deed, and will be continuing to do so, I would like to chip in,” he said.

    Over 800 pieces of clothing arrived in PEI just in time to fill the Christmas Hampers at the Salvation Army in Summerside and Charlottetown. Due to such great timing, Moonlight has been able to also donate items to the Welcome Project for our new neighbours coming from Syria.

    Between 2012 and 2014 Moonlight donated a total of 3626 new winter coats, 2664 pairs of new snow boots and 2474 pairs of socks to food banks across the Island for families in need.

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