OUR NOT FOR PROFIT PROGRAMS

Investing in human capital while removing barriers

We’re not a run-of-the-mill media group and neither are our not-for-profit programs. Our unique and creative approach is why our programs have been in such high demand, winning multiple international awards for several years.

Check out our programs below!

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INTERNATIONAL MEDIA MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

Lasting Impact & Changing Lives

 

Our multi-award-winning International Media Mentorship program is designed & created to train marginalized individuals in digital media production while providing a fair wage for their creative work while they are in the mentorship program. The objective is to have program participants graduate and have ongoing sustainable employment through one of Limage Media Group's companies. This process can take several months or years depending on the participants. Our international media mentorship program provides opportunities and employment to individuals who are not able to obtain employment in the creative sector due to various barriers. We work with individuals who have been deported to Haiti as well as individuals who suffer from PTSD or are fleeing abuse in Latin America - i.e. Argentina & Brazil. We focus our work within these regions because there are very few crises supports available and in some instances non-existent.

To learn more about the program and to find out how you can sponsor a program participant or program cycle, please contact us.

Currently offered in Vancouver BC. Canada, Haiti & Argentina, created, produced and delivered by The Limage Media Group Society.

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ACCESSIBLE ART

Removing Barriers & Community Development

Accessible Art is an award-winning art therapy program produced, developed and created for children and youth who live with complex medical, physical and developmental needs. This program is ideal for children who have conditions affecting physical, motor or sensory development or have acquired a brain injury, prenatal exposure to alcohol or other drugs, cerebral palsy, or autism. The unique nature and complexity of their needs may make it difficult to find all the support they need at home or in their community which is where art can play a vital role in development. 
 
This program is used as a conduit to make art accessible for all and break down barriers while producing art! 
 
Participants have the opportunity to produce an individualized self-curated assisted collaborative art piece with the workshop producer and fellow volunteer artists. 
 
This program is currently held in Ottawa, Montreal and Vancouver by request.

 

Individual or Group Sessions are available. 
 
Currently, Accessible Art is run as an annual program at the BC Children's Hospital, for inpatients and outpatients only. The program is always offered for free as well as all of the materials thanks to generous sponsors like Opus Art Supplies. 

For upcoming events or to book an event please contact us!