To experience and encourage the practice of Fraternity without ethnic, geographical or religious constraints, assisting children and young people in situations of vulnerability or social risk.
Brazil - the origins
Fraternity Without Borders was founded in Brazil in 2009 by Wagner Moura. He was still a child when he cried over the world's hunger. That pain accompanied him through his youth and awakened the desire to help those in need. As an adult, he began volunteering in unprivileged areas in his city. However, that was not enough for him, Wagner wanted to do more for humanity, so he decided to go to Africa. From those early days until today, a series of fortunate events have left the marks of Fraternity and love in Africa and Brazil, helping Fraternity Without Borders build a better world.
Fraternity Without Borders was introduced to a group in Canada in 2017 by the international relations director, Andrei Moreira, who was visiting the country then. In November 2019, Fraternity Without Borders - Canada was officially created by a group of volunteers and then started its activities in Canada. Registered as a non-profit organization within Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada, FWB Canada is becoming a registered charity organization. Fraternity Without Borders Canada supports three projects: Madagascar Action, Ubuntu Nation and Garden of Butterflies.
Meet the Team
Meet our team, volunteers representing Fraternity Without Borders in Canada.
The board of Directors
Communication & Marketing
Garden of Butterflies