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As “Alberta’s Property Manager,” Magnum York is proud of our contributions to over 30 communities across Alberta. With the holiday season now upon us, we will be marking the occasion by supporting our MYVendor’s charitable causes to give back this season.
Supporting The Mustard Seed
Magnum York is supporting those finding themselves in difficulty in a province with unique challenges. The Mustard Seeds’ mission is to “build hope and well-being for our most vulnerable citizens” with complimentary locations to our own across the province.
Our goal is to provide much-needed backpacks for The Mustard Seeds “Winter Wish Lists”:
If you’d like to join us in support of The Mustard Seed, consider:
And, here are some essential items you could drop off:
- Calgary: https://theseed.ca/calgary-urgently-needed-items
- Edmonton: https://theseed.ca/edmonton-urgently-needed-items
- Red Deer: https://theseed.ca/red-deer-urgently-needed-items
In Calgary, we’ll be teaming up with Rocky Cross Construction North (RCCN) for their Backpack drive on December 8th!
That’s part of Rocky Cross’s amazing 12 Days of Christmas Initiative; giving back to communities as well as showing support to staff over 12 days … great job, RCCN, it’s the most wonderful time of the year!
In Edmonton, FirstOnSite has generously donated much-needed items and will be partnering with us to put together backpacks for the Mustard Seed in Edmonton in mid-December.
MYVendor Giving Initiatives
Many of the Magnum York MYVendor’s are being very creative in their giving back. See below the charities our Vendors are supporting this year and how you can also help support these initiatives.
|Vendor||Charity||How Magnum York|
clients can support
|Blue Planet Recycling|
|The Calgary Food Bank||Support Calgary Food Bank by either volunteering your time or donating funds directly to the organization. Also, by using BluPlanet Recycling waste hauling services, you are supporting Calgary Food Bank. For everyone $1 donated to The Calgary Food Bank they can provide $5 worth of food.|
|Mamas for Mamas & |
The Mustard Seed
|By booking a service with Modern PURAIR (commercial or residential) you are supporting your local community through our 1% system sales giveback. 1% of all Modern PURAIR system sales goes to the PURKIDS Foundation. Those funds are then distributed back into the communities that they came from through our charitable partners and individuals on an as-needed basis.|
|Remi’s Mechanical Services Ltd.|
|The Calgary Food Bank||Donate food, your time, or money this upcoming holiday season.|
|Rocky Cross Construction (North) Ltd.|
|Hope Mission, Seniors Secret Service & Closer to Home Adopt a Family Initiative||Simple support through social media, raising awareness of our community contributions is appreciated.|
|The Calgary Dream Centre & Hope Mission||Our team at First Onsite loves giving their time to help the less fortunate as well as contribute monetarily to those who are going through difficult times. No one should wake up and go to bed hungry. Both charities are always looking for monetary charitable donations throughout the year.|
|Food banks in Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon and Regina.||Donating food items to your local food bank. Lydale Construction donates funds to the food banks annually.|
|We have supported a number of organizations this year, most recently is Boyle Street Community Services in Edmonton, Alberta||This year MBC Group is providing personal hygiene products for those experiencing homelessness and poverty. They are also accepting blankets, lightly used sleeping bags, adult clothing, and more. Folks can also sponsor meals or make financial donations.|
Introducing Associa Cares
As Magnum York is now part of the Associa family, we’re inspired by Associa Cares and look forward to bringing this initiative to our community. Associa Cares is the charitable affiliate of Associa, with the goal of providing financial assistance for people who lose their residence due to natural or man-made disasters.
Associa Cares has been involved in Canada for several years, notably contributing to flood relief in Calgary in 2013:
When we created Associa Cares, we sought to find a way to help our friends and neighbors when the unthinkable happens. After all, it can be difficult to know what to do, especially from afar, and to know how best to help the people that really need it. Thanks to our incredible base of volunteer support, the people who live and work in the communities where we do business, we’re notified quickly when tragedy occurs. Our local branches set in motion our response, notifying our national staff, and helping to determine the need and the response appropriate to the event. It’s a testament to the power of caring on an individual and a company level, and I’m pleased to know that we’ve been able to help so many during their most challenging times.John Carona – Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Associa