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WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT, ANYWAY?

Glad you asked! Virgin Mobile RE*Generation empowers a generation to help its own. It gives Members like you, and other Canadians, a chance to help at-risk and homeless youth develop skills to get and keep jobs.

MAKE IT HAPPEN.

Your contributions help our partners provide everything from mentorships to training for IT and construction jobs for at-risk and homeless youth. Through your support we're working with our partners to help 450 youth get jobs by 2017.

MEMBERS BRING IT.

Here's how you get in on the goodness:

Get a phone that does some good.

Grab a Samsung GALAXY RE*Generation phone, and $5 from every sale will help
at-risk and homeless youth get a job.

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change for a dollar

Make a difference every month, by agreeing to add $1 to your phone bill as a donation to Virgin Mobile RE*Generation.

how to do it

  1. Log in to My Account
  2. Go to the Bundles tab
  3. Choose to add Change for a Dollar to your bill by clicking on the Add button and following the instructions

donate now

Do some good any time you like with an online donation.

how to do it

  1. Head to the Virgin Mobile RE*Generation Canada donation page.
  2. Select the amount you'd like to donate and follow the steps to make your donation.

PARTNERS.

Helping at-risk and homeless youth find and keep jobs will take all of us. Virgin Mobile RE*Generation has teamed up with CivicAction and Social Capital Partners to get others involved in helping youth find and keep jobs.

Investments have been made to programs that help at-risk and homeless youth develop the in-demand skills employers are looking for.

These programs will be managed by leading youth-serving groups including:

Other Virgin Mobile RE*Generation partners and initiatives that have supported at-risk and homeless youth include:

Finding a job is never easy.

What if you were homeless?This is the situation for 35,000 youth across Canada who live in emergency shelters and up to 6,000 who sleep on the streets on any given night.

Many more youth are at-risk of slipping into homelessness – 225,000 aren't working or in school. This isn't good for them, and isn't good for Canada.

Why is this happening?

Young workers accounted for about half of all job losses in 2008-2009. More than 250,000 of these jobs haven't come back. With little opportunities to work, at-risk youth can't afford decent, stable accommodations or the basic necessities. This makes it a huge challenge to emerge from homelessness, and so the cycle continues.

The Solution

Giving young people the skills they need to get jobs.