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A Jumpstart into Athletic Success

Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities helps children from low-income families get into the game   By James Popkie Many Canadian children don’t have the financial means to participate in organized sporting activities. These children often need a helping hand in order to get off the sidelines and into the game, and that’s where Canadian Tire Jumpstart […]

Painting it Forward: Crock A Doodle and Make-A-Wish Canada pair up to make a memorable contribution to kids’ lives

Crock A Doodle, the community-centric pottery painting franchise, teamed up with Make-A-Wish Canada last spring to help grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. CIO (Chief Ideas Officer), president and founder of Crock A Doodle Annette Brennan brought the idea to collaborate forward to Make-A-Wish Canada. “Children and families are our primary customers and connecting […]

Budget Blinds helps military veterans transition back into civilian life

by Brendan Flattery For Budget Blinds, contributing to the community means saying “thank you” to the veterans who have served their country. In 2015, the company joined forces with Wounded Warriors Canada (WWC), a group that helps veterans transition back to civilian life after tours of duty. WWC has a variety of programs and services […]

Franchising Gives Back: Driverseat

Every month, FranchiseCanada Magazine shines a spotlight on a franchise system’s charitable initiatives, showcasing the many ways CFA members and their franchisees give back to the community. Here’s an excerpt from our profile on Driverseat from the January/February issue: By Jaclyn Irvine Social responsibility and community engagement have been two of Driverseat’s core principles since […]