A message from Grosvenor:
At Grosvenor, we strive to make a positive long-term contribution to the communities in which we work. Now, more than ever, we are doing what we can to support others as we navigate through COVID-19 together. We have proudly committed $10,000 to the Dress for Success Vancouver’s Helping Women Now Campaign. As a long-time supporter of Dress for Success Vancouver, we’re thrilled to see the organization’s proactive response in developing programming to help vulnerable women access immediate assistance during the pandemic. In addition to our monetary sponsorship, some of our employees are involved in volunteering initiatives with Dress for Success, including as part of the Helping Women Now Programme to provide practical remote support for clients, and last year we hosted careers workshops in our offices.I Want My Donation Matched
A message from Pound & Grain
We take great pride in our collaboration with Dress For Success Vancouver and see our involvement in this year’s initiative as a huge privilege for our staff and leadership team to put words into action. As a digital marketing agency with strong values in dignity, inclusiveness and hope, we were honoured to have donated $30,000 in people hours to design this year’s website and subsequent marketing materials. Our agency of designers, developers, writers, strategists and producers are well versed in digital communication and all the channels that go with it, so to lend our expertise to such a great cause is an accomplishment we’ll always be proud of.Donate Now
People first is a core value that guides everything we do at Cargill – including supporting organizations like Dress for Success Vancouver and the Helping Women Now program. Today more than ever, we need to take care of each other. This program will bring valuable support needed to navigate the new reality defined by COVID-19.
As a global company, Cargill is working with our nonprofit and non-governmental organization (NGO) partners around the world to help address food security, health and safety needs and agriculture and food industry challenges due to the spread of COVID-19. In addition to monetary donations, we are collaborating with nonprofits globally to donate food, ingredients and other high-need products for those who are vulnerable during this pandemic. Cargill has donated nearly three million pounds of food to food shelves and hunger relief efforts, for example, in local communities where our employees live and work. Cargill’s global and regional COVID-19 response is guided by our purpose to nourish the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way.Donate Now
At the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, our vision is to make the Port of Vancouver the world’s most sustainable port. To us, a sustainable port delivers on three pillars: a healthy environment, thriving communities, and economic prosperity through trade. We believe being a good neighbour and building community connections is the key to a thriving community, which is why we are always looking for opportunities to support local organizations such as Dress For Success Vancouver, whose work enriches the lives of women in our region. Through the Helping Women Now program, Dress for Success Vancouver is helping local women thrive—especially during these challenging and unpredictable times—and we are honoured to do our part to help them achieve that goal.Donate Now