At Quercus, our values drive the way we make decisions, and one of those core values is meaningful engagements. We adhere to this value by taking on opportunities that help foster growth and positive change in our community. We aim to make a difference through donations, sponsorships and the volunteer spirit of our team.

Here are some of the great organizations that we have supported in the past.

 

The Kids Up Front Foundation was created to provide access to arts, sports and entertainment events for children and youth. Kids Up Front grants event tickets that would otherwise go unused to children and youth identified through a broad network of partner agencies that provide child and family services in the Edmonton Capital Region’s education, health and social service sectors. Kids Up Front strives to provide every kid with a ’larger than life’ experience that fosters possibilities, passions and dreams, one ticket at a time.

The Christmas Bureau of Edmonton provides more than a festive meal; they are a connector of over 100 social service agencies providing those in need a one stop application process for food, toys and teen gift cards. The Christmas Bureau of Edmonton is non-denominational and culturally inclusive, encompassing all religions and traditions. As Edmonton’s Christmas charity, The Christmas Bureau of Edmonton truly are about neighbour helping neighbour during the festive season.

Steptember is an exciting and fun health and wellness initiative designed to improve your fitness and have a positive impact on the lives of people with cerebral palsy. It's is not just about walking your way to better health – participants can run, cycle, swim or even play lawn bowls to reach their daily step target. Steptember is brought to you by the Cerebral Palsy Associations in Canada.

YESS is a relentlessly dedicated not-for-profit organization that shapes the future of Edmonton by supporting youth facing difficult realities. YESS offers distinct and invaluable services through a variety of channels that range from immediate emergency shelter to ongoing support programs and individual guidance.

The Mustard Seed is a not-for-profit organization that delivers basic services, including six evening meals per week, clothing and personal items to those living in poverty. The Mustard Seed also supports sustainable life change by providing housing and employment services to those in need.