CHIMP: Charitable Impact CEO and Founder, John Bromley, is recognized for bolstering Canada’s charitable sector with the country’s first fully web-based donor-advised fund.
Join us on June 7th for a free night of soccer with your family, friends or co-workers! Claim your tickets today, and get a free $5 to donate to your favourite cause.
Thank you to all the players, sponsors, volunteers and to everyone who showed up to cheer on teams at this year’s TechPong. We hope you all had as much fun as we did! Here is a roundup of TechPong 2018.
We have partnered with Vancouver Street Battle for their upcoming esports tournament – winners will receive $100 in charitable dollars!
Did you know that September is Arthritis Awareness Month? We took a visit to the Arthritis Research Canada (ARC) office to talk with research scientist, Mary De Vera.
With more than 3,000 people now forced from their homes by B.C. wildfires, and over 435,000 hectares of land destroyed, charities, and donors are gearing up to help.
Header image courtesy Forest and the Femme CHIMP has partnered up with the Walsh Foundation to give 25 British Columbia charities grants of $2,000 each. Today, we’re excited to announce the recipients. The BC Societies Act came into effect November 28, 2016, and all registered societies are required to transition their operations to bring them […]
VANCOUVER, February 5, 2018 — The first known donation of cryptocurrency to a Canadian donor-advised fund was processed by CHIMP (Charitable + Impact), the online giving platform, in December of 2017. CHIMP processed $2.5 million worth of cryptocurrency, which capped off a record year for the growing company, administering over $127 million in charity donations […]
Does your charity need to transition to the new BC Societies Act? A quick email to CHIMP today could provide $2,000 to make it happen. The Walsh Foundation is a British Columbia-based philanthropic organization, which CHIMP is supporting in their desire to help charities prosper, and their latest program is focussed on assisting smaller charities […]
Today marks the fourth and final instalment in the State of Giving in Canada, an independent study conducted by the Angus Reid Institute into how Canadians support charity. To learn more about the study, you can check out my first article in the series. The final section of this study looks at how new Canadians—recent […]