Tis the season to give back! We're proudly continuing our annual tradition of spreading holiday cheer with our "December of Giving." Get involved in the festivities this holiday season and help us spread kindness.
For our December of Giving initiative, we've selected charities throughout Ontario that we believe make a difference. If you are interested in participating, we'd really appreciate it! Get involved this holiday season by spreading kindness to those who need it most.
Niagara Chapter - Native Women Inc. (NCNW) encourages Native/Indigenous women to become active participants in society while remembering and honouring their unique culture and spiritual beliefs. NCNW offers a friendly connecting place and support to Native/Indigenous women and their families through access to culturally relevant services and programs.
Save Our Scruff is an organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and finding them safe and suitable permanent homes through adoption, advocacy, and education. By working with volunteers, foster homes, veterinarians, and trainers, they are able to rescue dogs and provide them with loving temporary care while finding them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes.
The Salvation Army provides unprecedented support to society's most vulnerable. They served 2.8 million meals at shelters and assisted 1.5 million people with food, clothing, or practical assistance. When you give to The Salvation Army, you are investing in the future of marginalized and overlooked people in your community.
Heart House Hospice cares for people and their families whose lives are limited due to illnesses within their own homes in Brampton and Mississauga. Their mission is to provide compassion, support, and advocacy to help lessen the distress of serious illness and loss on individuals, families, and the community.
United Way Niagara seeks to improve lives and build community by engaging individuals and mobilizing collective action. United Way tackles some of the biggest issues in Niagara such as food security and poverty and they invest in solutions to these issues along with mental health, homelessness, domestic violence, and social isolation.
Port Cares provides vital services to people in the community and they aim to provide help, hope, and opportunity to all to help them achieve their potential and improve their quality of life. They offer many services including emergency food support, housing and crisis support, and employment services.
Women's Place aims to stop abuse and violence against women and children by providing safety through shelter, counselling, education, advocacy, and community partnerships. For the 2020/21 fiscal year, 109 women and 66 children stayed in Women's Place shelters and 2,592 support calls were received by both shelters.
The Hope Centre supports the most vulnerable citizens by providing food and housing stability in an effort to increase a person's future resilience to poverty and their capacity to be self-sustaining. They advocate changing social structures that create poverty, homelessness and compromised health.
On Friday, December 17, we’re hosting an Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest for our employees! We’ll be donating to Community Crew on behalf of every employee who participates. Community Crew is an amazing organization made up of volunteers who make lunches for children in need.