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It is our pleasure to support community organizations that work to make life in Canada better for everyone.

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Up-Lyfting Our Community

We’ve contributed to the following remarkable organizations, each of which is doing vital and transformative work in their respective fields. Please click on a logo to jump to a specific organization.

The Adam Herold Legacy Foundation

The Adam Herold Legacy Foundation was established to honour Adam Herold, the youngest hockey player killed in the Humboldt bus crash. The Foundation believes in providing educational and training opportunities to actively develop today’s youth to create tomorrow’s leaders.

We are proud to support an organization that focuses on empowering youth to develop leadership skills and create positive change in their community. Participants in the Adam Herold Legacy foundation give back to their communities through volunteer activities of their choice. The Foundation’s goal is simple – to nurture and support community-minded youth through development programming and hockey to become leaders in their community, just like Adam.

To learn more, visit their website.

The Humboldt & District Food Bank Inc.

Food Banks are non-profit, charitable groups that distribute food to those who have difficulty purchasing enough food to avoid hunger.

To ensure the province’s food banks are strong and supported, Food Banks of Saskatchewan:

  • Advocate on behalf of all member food banks
  • Collect and share provincial statistics and information with media, MLA’s, MP’s, City Councilor’s, corporations and businesses
  • Acquire and strengthen partnerships with provincial food distributors to secure long-term donations
  • Encourage food banks to connect locally with businesses and community for support
  • Initiate new fundraising opportunities
  • Provide educational training opportunities for our member locations

Who They Serve

As members of Food Banks of Canada, Food Banks of Saskatchewan serves all 36 food banks within Saskatchewan, reaching every corner of the province.

To learn more about Food Banks of Saskatchewan, click here.

To learn more about the Humboldt & District Food Bank, click here.

Sunshine Coast Food Bank

Sunshine Coast Food Bank is supported solely through generous financial and food donations from the community, the efforts of many supporters who organize food drives and a variety of fundraising events.

In 2020, 54 volunteers gave 4,556 hours of their time and served over 1,400 unique participants in our community. About 34% of the individuals served by the Food Bank are children.

The Food Bank distributes food every Wednesday.

To learn more about the Sunshine Coast Food Bank, visit their website.

West Coast Pet Project

West Coast Pet Project is a non-profit rescue organization located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

They are dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming dogs from high kill shelters on the west coast. Due to overpopulation, these shelters destroy about 87% of their intake per month. They take these dogs out of horrid shelter conditions and put them in loving foster homes where they are brought back to mental, physical and emotional health in a loving home environment before finding them forever homes in and around the Vancouver area.

The West Coast Pet Project’s ability to continue to rescue is due in part to the generous support of individuals and donors who believe in what they do.

To learn more, visit their website.

K9 Advocates of Manitoba

K9 Advocates Manitoba is a not-for-profit organization that was founded in 2015 by First Nations Nurse Jasmine Colucci. The main goal of this organization is to provide rural First Nation communities with assistance to manage the overpopulation of stray dogs.

Since 2015, the K9 Advocate team has expanded and consists of 11 main volunteers that work hard behind the scenes every day. Intake coordinator, vetting, foster coordinating, transport coordinating, finance and social media coordinating and  a new branch of Cat rescue.

Visit their website to learn more.

Halfmoon Bay Community Association

The Halfmoon Bay Community Association (HBCA) fosters a sense of community pride and spirit through the engagement of their diverse population in activities that support the unique lifestyle on the Sunshine Coast of BC.

Check out their local events and find out how you can get involved. Donations to their fundraising program can be made through their Community Initiatives Program.

To find out more, please visit their website.

One Straw Society

With hundreds of volunteers, One Straw Society has founded and run many of the largest farm and food projects and events on the Sunshine Coast over the past 26 years.

One Straw Society was founded in 1995 by Robin Wheeler, a leader, author, activist, teacher, and homesteader. Robin used a grassroots approach to connecting people, teaching, and growing and sharing seeds, plants and food. Many of these initiatives and events have become a part of the Sunshine Coast food and garden culture.

Visit their website here.

The Grain Challenge

The Grain Challenge is an agricultural based charity hockey tournament. Started back in 1998 with 6 teams and expanding to 44 teams by the 15th anniversary, for 2023, they’re expecting to have 60 teams representing their industry.

Net proceeds from the Grain Challenge Hockey Tournament have always been handed over to help the Manitoba/Nunavut and Saskatchewan Chapters of the Children’s Wish Foundation and, to date they have raised more than $370,000 in support of the Children’s Wish Foundation.

Visit their website to learn more.

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