We Are UNIACTION
OUR CURRENT PROJECTS
Center and Transitional Residence
In June 2018, we announced the preparations of a private and corporate major fundraising campaign of $ 2 million over 5 years to establish a center and residence offering integrated services and programs to help and support newcomers in their transition and integration into Quebec and Canadian society.
Social Impact Films and Art Festival
For more details: www.sifafestival.com
Through our UniAction Films subsidiary, we produce, promote and distribute films to bring awareness to various social integration and issues. In November 2016, the two times award winning documentary A Moonless Night: Boat People, 40 Years Later, was launched at Cinéma du Parc and played on Télé Québec which depicts the successful integration of the largest wave of immigrants to Canada in the 1980s. The documentary was recognized for its impact in society according to the awards listed on IMDB. Towards autumn 2019 will be released the documentary “Coming Home” that will take us to the discovery of the former Indochina, three countries all sharing a colonial past through the testimonies of their local population. Learn more about UniAction Films here.
UniAction strongly believes that together we will make a difference in society.
Each action makes a difference!
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors led by our President and Founder is focused into making an impact in society. They are all volunteers offering their strength and knowledge to help the organization reach new heights.
Our hardworking team of volunteers focused on implementing the changes through fundraising and creating events to raise awareness .