When it comes to your charitable giving in 2019, why not make a commitment to be more intentional about tying it to what you love?
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.
We are sure you have been busy planning the perfect Valentine’s Day, but what you might not know is that a number of popular date spots in Vancouver are actually charitable organizations! Here are a few places you could visit if you’d like to support a local charity on Valentine’s day.
A great way to introduce charitable giving into your family’s routine is by giving your kids a charitable allowance. There are a number of ways in which you could start giving a charitable allowance in your home, here are our top four ideas to help you get started.
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!
There are a number of charities in Canada that offer services to those facing homelessness, such as providing accommodation, food and training programs. Here are a few of them!
Why not shake things up in 2019 and use your birthday as an opportunity to create a charitable impact? We’ve put together a list of birthday fundraising ideas to help get you and your friends started on creating positive change.
Food insecurity is a serious issue in Canada, with 1 in 8 households being food insecure. Here are four Food Bank charities that have been rated 4-Stars by Charity Intelligence, and are helping to fight food insecurity in Canada.
Here are a few New Year’s resolutions that you could implement if you’d like to help make the world a better place this year!