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According to a recent survey by Tangerine, 62% of millennials and 50% of Canadians aged 35-54 have a carefree attitude about spending in the summertime, with food, drink, entertainment and vacations taking the bulk of their increased budget. All of which makes for a fun summer, but one that can limit spending in other areas […]

Charity MattersHow To

From treks across Iceland, to fighting the AIDS epidemic in Africa, to representing Canada on the world stage, here are three fundraisers making a difference at home and around the globe. Fire & Ice Flight Centre Wish Trek This August, 28 Flight Centre employees will trek the highlands of Iceland, transversing active volcanoes, majestic glaciers, […]

Charity Matters

Tech company Unbounce leads the way when it comes to optimizing marketing landing pages, but when the Vancouver company signed on to participate in TechPong, a sector-wide charitable ping pong match in support of Downtown Eastside charities, it had to add a new skill-set to its company’s in-house talent: fundraising. To send a player to […]

PeopleCharity Matters

11-year-old Quinn Smith-Windsor was born with cerebral palsy, a condition that affects her coordination and muscle control. But that hasn’t stopped her from walking for charity. For longer distances, Quinn normally relies on her wheelchair, because walking tires her out quickly. This June, however, she decided to swap the wheelchair for her bright purple walker, […]