Read the inspiring story of a high school robotics team that agains all odds, made it to the finals of the World Robotics Championships.
With around 1 in 12 Canadians affected by a rare disorder, we spoke to Emily Walsh from Mesothelioma.com to find out more about Rare Disease Day, and why she’s passionate about spreading awareness around the causes of mesothelioma.
A lot of CHIMP employees don’t just think about charitable giving at work, they volunteer their time to causes they care about outside of the office too!
We recently chatted with Vancouver’s very own Tara Teng about raising generous children. Tara is an ethical fashion blogger, a TEDx speaker and the CEO of Justly Market. Here are her thoughts!
What in your life would you struggle to give up for a full month? Chocolate? Driving to work? Eating meat? Peace Geeks are challenging people to give up something they love for the whole of October, to fundraise for peace #GiveItUp4Peace.
World Mental Health Day is a great time to start conversations, and educate ourselves on how we can better support those living with mental health problems. If you have a friend or family member that lives with mental health issues, here are a few things you can do to support them.
Giving charitably and being kind to others has many benefits, so why not make it a habit? Here are some of the many benefits of kindness.
There are a number of great organizations across Canada that conduct arthritis research, or work tirelessly to support those living with the disease. Here are a few of the organizations you can support with CHIMP!
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.
Giving Groups enable friends, family, co-workers and social networks to join together to fundraise. Here are some Giving Groups that are making an impact on CHIMP this month.