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St. Vincent Place

The St. Vincent Place, a non-profit organization offering food banks, soup kitchens, thrift stores, and a men’s transitional residence, is dedicated to helping community members fulfill basic needs and develop skills.

We take pride in backing their initiatives year-round. Our staff participates in the Coldest Night of the Year walk to raise funds, volunteer at the food bank, and organize food drives in the office with S.&T. Group matching the contributions.

Our Annual 12 Days of Kindness

Our annual 12 Days of Kindness is one of the significant ways we give back to our community. Each December, we actively participate in various activities to show our support. This includes distributing gas cards and buying groceries for unsuspecting customers.

Additionally, we show our gratitude to local emergency services by giving them tokens of appreciation. We also gather donations for local charities to support their causes.

Additional Community Donations

Cycling Without Age is a volunteer-based non-profit organization that was established in 2012 in Copenhagen, Denmark.  

Our contribution helped in buying a trishaw bike, which is a three-wheeled pedal-powered machine with a pilot at the back and a seat in front for passengers to enjoy views of the surroundings. These bikes enable older and physically challenged individuals to enjoy the freedom of a leisurely bike ride once more. 

Algoma University Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Algoma University hosts its Annual Charity Golf Tournament to raise funds for their Student Relief Fund. Since its inception, they have raised over $525,000 for Student Scholarships and Bursaries.

Since 2002, we have had the pleasure of being the main tournament sponsor of this tournament.

Algoma University Cross-Cultural Learning

Algoma University has a Special Mission to cultivate cross-cultural learning between Indigenous populations and other communities. They are committed to being a welcoming, inclusive, safe, and respectful learning community; one that values the opportunities to learn from and with students, staff, and visitors from all parts of the world.

We support their pursuit of focusing on the needs of Northern Ontario while cultivating cross-cultural learning between Indigenous communities and other communities. Algoma University’s values and integrity align with our own and we are committed to their future success.