As an organization, we strongly believe that we have the opportunity and responsibility to give back to the communities we live in and provide partnership and support to people in need. To do this, we have established an employee-led and managed team that oversees a portion of corporate donations as well as connects our staff with engagement opportunities for each of our Group of Companies. This team is called the Social Impact Committee.
Their goal is to inspire hope, encourage growth, and catalyze change by supporting local and global charities.
“Helping persons in need is always in our hearts and on our minds,” says Jacqui MacDonald, Chair of the Social Impact Committee at Classic Fire + Life Safety. “Our colleagues appreciate the opportunity to contribute to the company’s community giving initiatives and really do have a passion for keeping people safe. That’s what we do for a living, day in and day out, but it extends too to how we manage our time and donations. We’re very grateful that the company encourages everyone to get involved.”
There are so many people in our communities and around the world who need help. Through the commitment of our Board of Directors to help make a difference, the Social Impact Committee was honoured to be given a generous budget increase which enabled us to increase our support to many wonderful organizations and causes.
Hockey Helps The Homeless
HHTH is a charitable organization that annually hosts Pro-am and Collegiate hockey tournaments in 15 cities across Canada in order to raise funds locally that go directly back into their communities.
Legacy of Hope Foundation
Legacy of Hope Foundation is a national Indigenous charitable organization based out of Ottawa, with the mandate to educate and create awareness and understanding about the Residential School System. They promote healing and reconciliation in Canada by providing the history and existing intergenerational impacts of the Residential School System (RSS) and subsequent Sixties Scoop (SS) on Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit, and Métis) Survivors, their descendants, and their communities.
Shine The Light
Shine The Light is an awareness campaign that works to raise awareness about men’s violence against women by turning communities purple for the month of November.
Black Health Alliance
The Black Health Alliance is a community-led registered charity working to improve the health and well-being of Black communities in Canada. They mainly focus on social determinants of health, health inequities, anti-black racism, and building connected communities.
Missions Services is a local organization that works to bring nourishment and shelter, as well as a variety of other resources to the homeless within the community.
The Shoebox Project works to create gifts during the holidays specifically for women to access through local shelters.
Youth Opportunities Unlimited works to provide resources to youth within the community through youth shelters, youth centres, and career counseling.
Moving to make it Happen
funded by the Ministry of Health that provides quality attendant services to seniors and individuals with a physical disability in Supportive Housing, Assisted Living, and Attendant Outreach services.
Local food banks work to make nourishment accessible to those in need within the community.
Anova works to provide resources to those affected by gender-based violence through raising awareness, preventative education, counseling resources, and providing shelter to those in need.
Following Jesus’ mission, YFC engages with youth in London by building relationships, developing potential, and exploring faith in partnership with the community and local churches.
Atlohsa Family Healing Services
Atlohsa Family Healing Services is a non-profit organization that provides community members with Indigenous-led programming and services that offer holistic healing, education, shelter, and support.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is a charitable organization that works to help those in need by providing withdrawal management, emergency shelters, recovery community centres, community/family services, and housing stability banks.
The Refuge works closely with their community, specifically youth, in order to aid those in need. They offer education programs, life change programs, food programs, and basic need programs.
Rotholme Women’s and Family Shelter
Under the Missions Services umbrella, The Rotholme Women’s and Family Shelter provides accommodations to both male and female-led families in need within the community.
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