Simple Generosity began in recognition of Canada 150 – Envision Financial celebrated community leadership across BC by recognizing local volunteers, non-profit organizations and charities that are making meaningful contributions in our communities.
We were so inspired by the amazing stories that we are continuing to spread Simple Generosity in our communities and celebrating community leadership, volunteerism and simple ideas that help our communities thrive!
We're gifting $500 #SimpleGenerosity neighbourhood grants to individuals to support local grassroots ideas, events and initiatives focused on building stronger and more connected communities.
In 2021, that's exactly what happened when a team of people from across First West came together with our local BC communities to provide a record-breaking amount of Simple Generosity. Click play to see how it went.
We are proud to be partners with Do Some Good in our commitment to building a community of like-minded, socially responsible community leaders who positively impact our non-profit sector with their time and talent. Launched as Volinspire in 2015, Do Some Good is a game changer in the landscape of employee engagement, volunteer connections and social impact. No matter where in Canada you're located, you can get connected to social issues that matter most to you. Volunteer. Inspire your community and Do Some Good!
We invite you to create your own profile and help us in building a stronger and more connected community.
Learn more about Do Some Good today
Do Some Good’s mission is to leverage the power of technology to increase overall citizen engagement, building stronger and more connected communities. Working together, volunteers, non-profit organizations and businesses can make a collective impact.
Behind every dollar we award there is a story of inspiration and generosity. We're proud to share these amazing stories with you.
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We acknowledge that we have the privilege of doing business on the traditional and unceded territory of First Nations communities.