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  • Caring Company Participants | Imagine Canada
    Program Benefits Participants Resources for Corporate Citizenship How to Join Knowledge Development Ethical Code Caring Company Participants Imagine Canada recognizes the following Caring Company program participants for signing the Corporate Citizenship Commitment and demonstrating their leadership in community investment in Canada 2 1 3 1 A 4 B 2 C 9 E 3 F 3 G 5 H 3 I 2 J 3 K 2 L 3 M 7 N 3 P 8 R 5 S 13 T 7 U 1 V 1 W 5 X 1 L Loblaw Companies Limited M Mackenzie Investments Manifest Communications Inc Manitoba Liquor Lotteries Manulife Financial Mawer Investment Management Limited Midlyn Human Resources Communications Miller Thompson LLP N Navigator Limited Nestle Waters Canada NEWALTA Corporation P Partnership Group Sponsorship Specialist Peak of the Market Pear Tree Financial Pfizer Canada Inc Power Corporation of Canada Prospera Credit Union Prosperity One Credit Union PwC R Raymond James RBC Rio Tinto Alcan Roche Canada Rogers Communications Inc S Sandstone Asset Management Inc Saskatchewan Credit Unions SaskEnergy Inc SaskPower SaskTel Scotiabank Sears Canada Selectpath Benefits Financial Inc Shoppers Drug Mart Smith s Funeral Homes Burlington Limited Standard Life Canada Stratos Inc Syngenta Canada Inc T Target Canada TD

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/caring-company-program/participants?page=1 (2014-10-22)
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  • Caring Company Participants | Imagine Canada
    Caring Company program participants for signing the Corporate Citizenship Commitment and demonstrating their leadership in community investment in Canada 2 1 3 1 A 4 B 2 C 9 E 3 F 3 G 5 H 3 I 2 J 3 K 2 L 3 M 7 N 3 P 8 R 5 S 13 T 7 U 1 V 1 W 5 X 1 T TELUS Tervita Corporation Trico

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/caring-company-program/participants?page=2 (2014-10-22)
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  • The First-time Donor’s Super Credit and your next Employee Giving Campaign | Imagine Canada
    Public Policy National Engagement Strategy Caring Company Program Benefits Participants Resources for Corporate Citizenship First Time Donor s Super Credit Research on Corporate Giving How to Join Knowledge Development Ethical Code The First time Donor s Super Credit and your next Employee Giving Campaign The First time Donor s Super Credit was announced by the federal government in the 2013 federal budget It adds 25 percentage points to the federal charitable tax credit for eligible donors This is a new time limited and very powerful tax incentive to encourage employees to donate to their favourite charity through your corporate engagement program Once your employees see and recognize the benefit and exceptional value of the Super Credit they will be motivated to action The resources below will help your company leverage and explain the Super Credit in your community investment activities How it Works The First time Donor s Super Credit Explained PDF The Effect of the First time Donor s Super Credit on Donation Costs Across Canada PDF The Effect of the First time Donor s Super Credit by Province Alberta PDF British Columbia PDF Manitoba PDF New Brunswick PDF Newfoundland PDF Northwest Territories PDF Nova Scotia PDF Nunavut PDF

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/caring-company-program/resources-corporate-citizenship/first-time-donor%E2%80%99s-super-credit (2014-10-22)
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  • Research about Corporate Giving | Imagine Canada
    vs 17 of all businesses Real estate and leasing companies are the most likely to make sponsorships to charities and non profit organizations 21 Wholesale trade companies are the most likely to purchase from charities and non profit organizations 19 82 of all businesses agree that it s very or somewhat important to contribute to the community because it s a good thing to do irrespective of the financial returns to the company source Business Contributions to Community BCTC Imagine Canada 2007 Reports from the Business Contributions to Community initiative Insights for Strategic Corporate Fundraising published in 2010 is the latest report of the BCTC study It takes a closer look at the different industry sectors and how they differ in their community investment practices The report examines the different organizations and types of support each industry sector is most likely to provide to help charities and non profit organizations better prospect corporations for funding By understanding how and where the various industry sectors focus their corporate giving programs charities and nonprofits are better able to tailor their corporate fundraising efforts to get the specific types of support they need Corporate Community Investment Practices Motivation Challenges Findings from the Canada Survey of Business Contributions to Community is the second report to come out of this study This 2007 report focuses on the 93 large corporations in the study and compares their community investment practices to those of the rest of the Canadian business community This report is available for sale in print form only members of Imagine Canada may borrow this resource from our library Download the executive summary to read more Business contributions to Canadian communities findings from a qualitative study of current practices 2007 presents the findings of phase 1 of the study This report on the literary

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/our-programs/caring-company-program/resources-corporate-citizenship/research-about-corporate-giving (2014-10-22)
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  • Ethical Code Program Participants | Imagine Canada
    9 P 9 Q 1 R 8 S 31 T 18 U 13 V 2 W 16 Y 12 A A Life Worth Living Acclaim Health and Community Care Services Action Against Hunger Canada Action contre la Faim Canada Alberta Easter Seals Society Alberta Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals SPCA Alexandra Marine and General Hospital Foundation Allergy Asthma Information Association AAIA Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest

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  • Ethical Code Program Participants | Imagine Canada
    Program Participants Program Changes Donor Information Ethical Code Program Participants A 21 B 29 C 60 D 5 E 9 F 11 G 6 H 29 I 4 J 6 K 5 L 9 M 13 N 6 O 9 P 9 Q 1 R 8 S 31 T 18 U 13 V 2 W 16 Y 12 B Barrie Literacy Council Basically Babies BC Cancer Foundation BC Children s Hospital Foundation BC Council for Families Bennett and Albert County Health Care Foundation Bethany Care Foundation Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dufferin and District Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saskatoon and Area Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sault Ste Marie Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Niagara Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Georgian Triangle Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver Bissell Centre Bladder Cancer Canada Bloom Group Community Service Society The Bosco Homes Boys Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton Area Boys and Girls Club Services of Greater Victoria Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada Foundation Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Vancouver Foundation Brain Injury Association of London and Region Brain Injury Association of Windsor Essex County Brain Injury Associaton of

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  • Ethical Code Program Participants | Imagine Canada
    Donor Information Ethical Code Program Participants A 21 B 29 C 60 D 5 E 9 F 11 G 6 H 29 I 4 J 6 K 5 L 9 M 13 N 6 O 9 P 9 Q 1 R 8 S 31 T 18 U 13 V 2 W 16 Y 12 C Calgary Association of Self Help Calgary Opera Association Calgary Science Network Calgary Women s Emergency Shelter Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation Cambridge Shelter Corporation Camp Oochigeas Camp Quality Canada CanadaHelps Canadian AIDS Society Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Canadian Cancer Society Canadian Cancer Society Alberta N W T Division Canadian Cancer Society British Columbia Yukon Division Canadian Cancer Society Manitoba Division Canadian Cancer Society New Brunswick Division Canadian Cancer Society Newfoundland Labrador Division Canadian Cancer Society Nova Scotia Division Canadian Cancer Society Ontario Division Canadian Cancer Society Prince Edward Island Division Canadian Cancer Society Québec Division Canadian Cancer Society Saskatchewan Division Canadian Celiac Association Canadian Child Abuse Association Canadian Crossroads International Canadian Diabetes Association Canadian Federation of Humane Societies Canadian Feed The Children Canadian Hearing Society Canadian Immunodeficiency Society Canadian Pemphigus and Pemphigoid Foundation Canadian Red Cross Canadian Society for Social Development Canadian Women s Foundation Canterbury

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  • Ethical Code Program Participants | Imagine Canada
    Ethical Code Program Participants Program Changes Donor Information Ethical Code Program Participants A 21 B 29 C 60 D 5 E 9 F 11 G 6 H 29 I 4 J 6 K 5 L 9 M 13 N 6 O 9 P 9 Q 1 R 8 S 31 T 18 U 13 V 2 W 16 Y 12 D Daily Bread Food Bank Dress for Success Ottawa National

    Original URL path: http://www.imaginecanada.ca/ethical-code/D (2014-10-22)
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