Community Involvement – Acheson Sweeney Foley Sahota

We are committed to giving back to our local community here on Vancouver Island. We actively support the following organizations:

The Mustard Seed is focused on fighting hunger and restoring faith to hurting souls in Victoria BC.
United Way works to improve lives and build community by engaging individuals and mobilizing collective action.
The Salvation Army gives hope and support to vulnerable people in communities across Canada and internationally.
Rotary International is focused on taking action on sustainable projects to create lasting change.
The Alberta Cancer Foundation brings together patients and families, researchers, health providers, and donors.
JDRF is a global leader in the search for an end to type 1 diabetes through research funding and advocacy.
The Victoria Brain Injury Society works to support, educate, and advocate for adults with acquired brain injuries.
MOVE works to empower people with physical disabilities to achieve their potential.
Canada Helps works to inform, inspire, and connect charities and donors with the causes they care about.
The Victoria International Running Society Logo.
Bike to Work Week is an annual free community event organized by the Greater Victoria Bike to Work Society.
The Victoria City Rowing Club offers introductory, recreational & competitive rowing programs for athletes of all ages.
Shan-e-Punjab is a youth organization, which teaches cultural dances from various regions of India.
The Surfrider Foundation’s mission is to protect oceans, waves, and beaches through a powerful activist network.
The Sid Williams Theatre Society operates a theatre in the Comox Valley and strives to be inclusive and accessible for all.
The University of Victoria is located in Victoria, BC and is recognized annually as one of Canada’s top universities.
Victoria Hospitals Foundation's Gala raised $698,000 In 2017 in support of cardiac care

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