GIVING BACK

 

Second Harvest

Second Harvest is Canada’s largest food rescue organization. With a goal to drastically reduce waste while ensuring people have access to the healthy food they need for success, Second Harvest works to capture surplus food before it ends up in the landfill, negatively impacting our environment. Second Harvest rescues food from over 470 donors and delivers it to 253 social service agencies in Toronto, providing enough food for 30,000 meals a day. Our vision: No Waste. No Hunger. Read more...

 

Fondation ITHQ

The Foundation is a non-profit organization and its mission is to provide financial support for ITHQ students as well as to support ITHQ’s educational and research activities. Its mandate consists in securing funds for projects that enable the ITHQ to train top-notch, leading-edge professionals for the Quebec tourism, hotel, and food service industry. Read more...

 

St Hubert Foundation

In January 2012, St-Hubert created its own foundation. Although the Léger family has always been present and active in philanthropy, the St-Hubert Foundation has helped to better structure its philanthropic management and develop close relationships with communities throughout Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick. Since its inception, more than 5.2 million dollars have been given back to the community. In 2017 alone, the St-Hubert Foundation made donations to 251 organizations. The St-Hubert Foundation’s mission is to contribute to the health and well-being of communities, especially for families and children. Read more..

 

Canadian Red Cross

Here in Canada and overseas, the Red Cross stands ready to help people before, during and after a disaster. As a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement – which is made up of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the International Committee of the Red Cross and 190 national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies – the Canadian Red Cross is dedicated to improving the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and throughout the world. Read more...

 

The Cora Foundation

Established in the early part of 1998, The Cora Foundation’s mission is to aid children in need. The Foundation supports and works in collaboration with non-profit organizations trying to improve the quality of life of Canadian children. The Foundation is financed through the profits generated by fundraising events as well as through special events created by employees and the owners of the more than 130 franchised restaurants across Canada. Read more...

 

La Tablée des Chefs

Tablée des Chefs is a non-profit organization whose mission is to feed those in need and to develop culinary education for young people. The organization mobilizes chefs and cooks in the fight against food insecurity. For example, they redistributed more than 1,000,000 meals to families in need and offered more than 40,000 culinary training hours to more than 15,000 young people. Tablée des Chefs is present not only throughout Quebec, but also in three major Canadian cities as well as in France and Mexico. Read more...

 

Canada's National Ballet School

Established in 1959, Canada’s National Ballet School is a world leader in the training of professional dancers and teachers. NBS alumni can be found as dancers, teachers, choreographers and artistic directors in over 80 dance companies and schools around the globe. NBS is at the forefront of professional ballet schools in delivering a wide and diverse range of community programs that improve health and quality of life for people of all ages and abilities. The excellence of the Professional Ballet Program is reflected in all of NBS’ programs. Read more...

 

Friends of We Care

Since 1983 Friends of We Care has been the foodservice and hospitality industry's charity of choice with the vision to enable kids with disabilities to realize their full potential.  They do this by raising money to send kids with disabilities to fully accessible Easter Seals camps. Camp costs $250 a day and Friends of We Care relies on support from companies including Reuven International to make these camping experiences possible.

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Mano a Mano

Mano a Mano is a non-profit organization set up in 2013 which has for the purpose of connecting Cuban and Quebec artisans and artists by the entreprise and expertise of the trades of each one. Our mandate is to share the information and expertise of our businesses through conferences, courses and cultural events, in order to create sincere links and to spread the culture of our respective countries. Mano a Mano has transported more than 6 tons of equipment and materials to Cuba where everything is rare and even impossible to find.