Giving Back is Good Business
Corporate Support – please make it your business
Want to get your employees engaged long-term and boasting about your community involvement around the water cooler?
Top employers know that companies that give back are better able to engage and retain employees. Last year, The Globe and Mail reported that sixty percent of millennials said they prefer to work for organizations that are actively making their communities a better place. So giving back is good business, right? It turns out there are ways to make your corporate giving even more meaningful.
Support from the corporate community is instrumental in our vision to improve the quality of lives of people living with blindness or a visual impairment, and children between the ages of 3-12 living with moderate to severe autism. We sincerely thank all of our corporate donors and sponsors for their generous support.
BC & Alberta Guide Dogs receives no government funding for its Guide Dog and Autism Support Dog programs, except for a small amount of gaming funds. We rely on the generosity of the community and our corporate partners to raise much-needed funds.