Share your event
CTV Vancouver is proud to support non-for-profit community and charitable organizations across the province. To submit an event for sponsorship, please complete the form to the right.
Please note: due to the large number of submissions, we are unable to respond/post every request on our website. We generally look at your request with a minimum of 3 to 4 months in advance before your event date.
We thank you for choosing CTV Vancouver to help promote your event and wish you great success
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
One New Thing
Did you know that one third of breast cancers can be prevented? The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation reminds you that being more activeis just ONE of the ways you can reduce your risk – so get out there and try One New Thing!
Find out more at onenewthing.ca
Big Sisters Become A Study Buddy
Volunteer as a “Study Buddy” with Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland! Did you know that Big Sisters offers a Study Buddy Mentoring Program? You can volunteer for just 1 hour a week and share your knowledge with a young girl or teen. As a Study Buddy tutor, you’ll help your Little Sister reach her academic goals and gain confidence in school, contributing to her overall self-esteem!
Surrey International Children's Festival
May 21st to 23rd
Thursday and Friday: 9am to 2:30pm
Saturday: 10:30am to 7:30pm
Surrey Arts Centre & Bear Creek Park
The Surrey International Children’s Festival is a 3-day festival of professional local, national and international performing and visial artists. It all takes place inside the Surrey Arts Centre and on the grounds of Bear Creek Park in front of the Arts Centre. There are hands-on arts activities inside tents, and roving performances throughout the park.
This year’s lineup includes:
· Bon Debarras
· David Bouchard
· Golden Dragon Water Puppet Theatre
· Francophone Programming
· Music With Marnie
· Peter and the Wolf
· The Secret Life of Walter Manny
· The Street Circus
Tickets and more info at surrey.ca/childrensfestival
Gilmore Country Carnival
Friday, May 22nd
50 S. Gilmore Ave., Burnaby
4pm - 9pm
Don't miss the Gilmore Country Carnival, Friday, May 22nd in Burnaby! It's fun for the whole family, including a BBQ, entertainment & carnival games!
Plus, enjoy a variety of activities such as a lemonade stand, pony ride/petting zoo, live cow milking, photo booth, bouncy castle, art & crafts, dunk tank, super lion slide, raffle with prizes and much more! There will be a 3-lane bungee run, 7 element obstacle course and 9-hole mini golf - fun for the whole family!
BC Veggie Day Greenhouse Open Houses
Saturday, May 23rd
10am – 2pm
The BC Greenhouse Growers’ Association is inviting the public to tour a greenhouse in the Lower Mainland on BC Veggie Day. When you step inside a greenhouse, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a perfect tropical oasis managed by science and technology. Come sample fresh veggies off of the vine and discover how:
· Insects are used instead of pesticides for pest control within the greenhouse
· Greenhouses produce 21% of the province’s total agriculture production value on only 0.01% of BC’s farmland
Visit one of the greenhouses between 10am-2pm on May 23rd.
Details at BCVeggieDay.com.
Bike to Work Week
May 25 - 31
There are several ways in which you can Get Involved in Bike to Work Week!
· Participate as an individual
· Start a team or join a team
· Get your workplace involved
· Encourage co-workers to get fit and have fun by taking part in Bike to Work Week
· Encourage friendly workplace competitions
· Start a Bike to Work Week in your community
· Become a sponsor
Barry Manilow – One Last Time Tour
Tuesday, May 26th
Tickets available through Ticketmaster.ca
The music legend, Barry Manilow launches his multiple-city ONE LAST TIME! Tour! After performing more than 400 concerts, Manilow has limited his concert appearances. The ONE LAST TIME! Tour is as Manilow said, “my way of thanking everyone for their years of support…one last time!”
Odd Squad Productions
Jewels & Jeans Charity Affair
Wednesday, May 27th
CTV is proud to sponsor Odd Squad Productions’ Jewels & Jeans Charity Affair, happening Wednesday, May 27th at the Birks Flagship store in Vancouver!
An unprecedented fundraising event, the Odd Squad Jewels & Jeans Charitable Affair will provide inspiration, education, and entertainment in one single evening! Guests will enjoy a hosted reception, a silent auction of unique items and an energetic live auction.
Odd Squad aspires to offer guests an evening of elegance and entertainment while raising crucial funds for the charity. Odd Squad is delighted to host esteemed guests at the Birks flagship store – one of Vancouver’s best-known landmarks. It is stylish, elegant, and tasteful. It will be an unforgettable evening for all who attend.
Dining for Dreams Gala
Four Seasons Hotel
Join Mike Killeen and the BC Centre for Ability on May 28th at the Four Seasons Hotel to make dreams a reality for children and families living with a disability. Dining for Dreams is the Centre’s signature gala bringing together philanthropists, business leaders and community members to celebrate Heroes of Ability – five resilient individuals who come face-to-face with their challenges to lead remarkable lives.
Tickets can be purchased online at bc-cfa.org/discover-the-centre/events
2nd annual Bottleneck Drive
Wine in the Garden
VanDusen Botanical Gardens
Thursday, May 28th
6pm to 8:30pm
Join Summerland's Bottleneck Drive wineries, as they celebrate at VanDusen Botanical Gardens, with food, wine, a silent auction and live music! Taste over 75 wines with food pairings from Truffles Fine Foods and wander the beautiful gardens! Proceeds from this event are in support of VanDusen Botanical Gardens.
Tickets are $46 per person and available online. For tickets and info, visit bottleneckdrive.com
Inclusion BC 60th Anniversary Conference: Keep Moving Don’t Stop
May 28th to May 30th
Sheraton Wall Centre
CTV is proud to sponsor Inclusion BC’s 60th Anniversary Conference Keep Moving Don’t Stop happening from May 28th to May 30th at the Sheraton Wall Centre!
The Inclusion BC Conference continues to be the premier learning event in Canada on developmental disability, human rights and full inclusion. Click here to view the trailer for the event featuring We’re All in this Together by the Sam Roberts Band.
800+ delegates, presenters and exhibitors from across the country and beyond will get connected to the latest information, resources, and best practices that advance rights and promote abilities. Keynote addresses and panels, special presentations, 50 + unique workshops and a legendary Friday Night Dinner & Dance are some of the highlights. You can also look forward to a few surprises and special celebrations as they mark six decades of change.
The CH.I.L.D. Foundation
Fashion For CH.I.L.D. ‘California Dreamin’ Luncheon & Fashion Show
Friday, May 29th, 2015
11:30am – 2:30pm
The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
CTV is proud to sponsor Fashion For CH.I.L.D. ‘California Dreamin’ Luncheon & Fashion Show, happening Friday, May 29th at The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver!
Join CTV’s Norma Reid in honouring this year’s CH.I.L.D. Foundation Inspiration Award recipient, Carrie Gelson, Founder of the Adopt-a-School Program.
The CH.I.L.D. Foundation Inspiration Award is presented to women who inspire us all to become better, more involved citizens through their dedicated efforts on behalf of special needs children, and the warm, uplifting consideration they extend to everyone they meet.
Kindly call 604.736.0645 or email email@example.com for tickets and event details. Proceeds go to The Foundation for Children with Intestinal & Liver Disorders.
Saturday, May 30th
Columbia Theatre, New Westminster
Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre
CTV is proud to support the #StandUp4 FSHD Comedy Night in support of FSH Muscular Dystrophy research on Saturday, May 30 at Columbia Theatre in New Westminster.
Hosted by CBC Vancouver’s Belle Puri, the night will feature comedy and musical performances by Ben Dunnill, an upcoming singer from White Rock, Vancouver’s Jared Borland, a frequent headliner at Lafflines ad host of “Comedy on the Corner” at The Corner in Vancouver and K-Von, comedian & host of MTV’s Disaster Date!
“FSH Muscular Dystrophy (or FSHD) is a muscle wasting disease that primary affects the facial, scapular and humeral muscles, but all other parts of the body are affected as well. The complexities of this disease are far-reaching as those who have this genetic condition do not know when or how severely muscle loss will take place. There is currently no treatment for this condition.”
Proceeds from the night goes towards supporting FSH Muscular Dystrophy research through FSHD Canada.
Tickets are available for $20 - click here for details.
Aga Khan Foundation Canada
World Partnership Walk
Sunday, May 31st
Lumbermen's Arch - Stanley Park
Join CTV Vancouver and Step Forward to End Global Poverty.
The World Partnership Walk returns to Vancouver on Sunday, May 31st, at Lumbermen’s Arch in Stanley Park.
In 1985, a small team of women in Vancouver voluntarily started raising funds and walking to help end global poverty in their own small but meaningful way. They had come from Asia and Africa and wanted to give back to the communities they left behind. They persuaded 1,000 other walkers to join them in the fight against global poverty and raised $55,000 in donations.
Since its start 31 years ago, the Walk has raised almost $90 million for international development programs and initiatives, making it the largest and most successful event of its kind in Canada!
Step Forward with us and be a part of this incredible event! 100% of donations made to the World Partnership Walk go directly to fund Aga Khan Foundation Canada international development projects.
For more info, or to donate, visit WorldPartnershipWalk.com
Science Fair Foundation BC
PMC Science Fair Fun Run
Sunday, May 31st
Starts and ends on Athletes Way between Manitoba and Salt Street, Vancouver
Registration opens at 7:30am
Race starts at 8:30am
The PMC Science Fair Fun Run ensures the success of future Science Fairs in BC and allows youth to gain the skills they need to succeed in a fast-paced, knowledge-based world. This is the largest timed 5K fun run in the province, one of the largest fundraising events in BC’s technology sector, and a major event in Vancouver! For more information and to register, visit http://www.sciencefairs.ca
The tour will feature material from Midler's iconic career and material from her new album, "It's The Girls!" - a glorious tribute to girl groups through the ages. "It's The Girls!" features the swinging sounds of WWII-era Andrews Sisters, to 60's super-groups like the Supremes and the Shirelles, to 90's hit makers TLC.
Pants off for Prostate Cancer
Thursday, June 4th
The Imperial (319 Main Street, Vancouver)
Boxers or briefs, skirt or shorts? Once you walk through the door of The Imperial on Main Street on June 4th, you’ll be greeted by a mandatory pants check at the door!
An edgy and innovative event that puts the focus on the below-the-belt nature of prostate cancer, 100% of proceeds will benefit the Vancouver Prostate Centre. Pants Off is one part social, one part fundraiser and two parts unforgettable. Guests will be made up of Vancouver’s professional and urban tastemakers who are in for an experience like no other, all for a good cause.
Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC
Race for Kids
Saturday, June 6th
Nat Bailey Stadium
Registration opens at 1:00pm
Race starts at 3:00pm sharp
The Capital One Race for Kids is Saturday, June 6th at Nat Bailey Stadium. The Race for Kids is the perfect combination between The Amazing Race and Minute to Win It, raising funds for The Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC!
The race features check points that will make participants complete wacky and hilarious challenges. Whether it’s answering a brain teaser or dancing the funky chicken while you sing a song you won’t know until you get there! You don’t have to train for this event or even stretch before you run it, but here’s the deal: the race is for Big Kids only (19 years of age or older), so channel your inner child and come out for a day of fun! It’s going to be a day filled with games, some genuine competition and an amazing after party!
Crohn’s And Colitis Canada
Sunday, June 7th, 2015
Registration: 8:45am - 10:15am
Trout Lake Park
CTV is proud to sponsor the 20th Annual Gutsy Walk for Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, happening Sunday, June 7th at Trout Lake Park!
Become part of Canada’s largest community event committed to raising funds for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Show loved ones living with Crohn’s and colitis they are not alone.
Fundraise and walk as a team or as an individual in any of the 60 Gutsy Walk locations across Canada to help improve the lives of children and adults affected by Crohn’s and colitis. With your fundraising efforts, together we can Make it stop. For life.
Whistler Water One Climb
In support of Free The Children
Sunday, June 7th
On Sunday, June 7th, join hundreds dressed in blue and “flood” the Grouse Grind – all in an effort to provide clean drinking water to the Kenyan village of Kipsongol.
100% of funds raised from the Whistler Water One Climb will support Free The Children’s special project in Kipsongol, Kenya, where thousands of people lack access to clean water for drinking, sanitation and hygiene. Sign up to be part of this incredible day – and if you’re a top fundraiser you could be eligible to win some amazing prizes!
From a live drummer to cheer teams, mascots and music, it will be a celebration the whole climb up! Plus, Free The Children Ambassador, Taylor Conroy will be speaking and inspiring you up the Grouse Grind!
To get involved and for more info, visit www.oneclimb.ca
Run Up for Down Syndrome
Sunday, June 7th
9 – 11:30am
Simon Fraser University Campus, Burnaby, BC
Now in its 19th year, the 2015 Run Up for Down Syndrome will be bigger and better than ever! More than 1,000 runners and walkers will gather at Simon Fraser University to show their support for those on the lifetime journey of Down syndrome. Along with the 5 or 1.5 km walk or run, participants of all ages and abilities will enjoy a variety of fun family activities, including face painting, a bouncy castle, games, mascots, food trucks, prizes and much more. Local businesses are invited to enter a team as part of the Corporate Challenge, and kids have the opportunity to win a pizza party for their class through the brand new Classroom Challenge. Run Up for Down Syndrome is sponsored by Euro-Rite Cabinets.
Arts Club Theatre: In The Heights
April 30th to June 7th
Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage
Set in New York City’s vibrant and tough Washington Heights neighbourhood, this electrifying Tony Award–winning musical tells the universal story of finding one’s place in life. Meet Usnavi, Vanessa, Abuela Claudia, Nina, Benny, Graffiti Pete, and many others, and experience the joys, struggles, and sounds of this tight-knit community. Pulsing with a variety of musical styles, In the Heights is a heartfelt, contemporary crowd-pleaser.
Harry Jerome International Track Classic
On June 8th join Canada’s top track & field competitors and some of the world’s top-ranked athletes at Swangard Stadium in Burnaby! The Harry Jerome International Track Classic allows athletes to showcase their athletic abilities and achieve Olympic and World Championship qualifying standards. Athletes are striving to qualify for the 2015 Pan-A Games (Toronto) and 2015 World Athletics Championships (Beijing).
The track and field meet honours the name of this iconic sprinter, Harry Jerome where athletes will participate in events like the Men’s and Woman’s Sprints (100m, 400m, hurdles and relays), Distance events (800m, 1,500m, 3,000m Steeple) and Field events (shot put, pole vault, high jump, javelin). The Harry Jerome International Track Classic has developed, promoted and supported Track & Field in BC for 32 years!
Cheer on international track & field athletes and future Olympians as they set their sights on the Olympic Games! Bring your ticket stub from the Women’s World Cup Game that afternoon, and you’ll get a free entry to the Harry Jerome Classic!
Shania Twain, one of the biggest and most successful female artists in the world has announced her first North American tour after more than 11 years! Shania will be performing at 2 shows at Rogers Arena, one on Sunday, June 7th and another on Tuesday, June 9th! A limited number of exclusive VIP Packages also will be available. These offers can include premium reserved tickets, access to Shania Twain’s preshow VIP sound check, exclusive merchandise and much more. A $1.00 donation from each ticket purchased will go to the Shania Kids Can Foundation.
Air Canada Birdies for Babies Charity Golf Tournament
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
University Golf Course, 5185 University Boulevard
The Air Canada Birdies for Babies Charity Golf Tournament is the 21st annual charity golf tournament in support of women, newborn babies and families in BC! It will be a great day of golf with prizes, contests, live and silent auctions, a cocktail reception, delicious food and more!
Tournament day features a 4-player Texas-scramble with fun on-course activities and great prizes followed by a cocktail reception and evening banquet with live and silent auctions. Air Canada Birdies for Babies attracts 144 golfers and more than 200 dinner guests, mostly executive-level leaders from the business, corporate and medical communities of Vancouver and the lower mainland. In the past 20 years, our event has raised over $1.5 million for essential programs, services and equipment at BC Women’s Hospital.
Shotgun Start: 1:15pm
Cocktail Reception: 6:00pm
Banquet Dinner: 7:00pm
Golf tickets: individual $325, team of 4: $1,300
Registration includes green fee, power cart, practice range balls, lunch, tee gift and gift bag, prizes, cocktail reception, banquet dinner and auction!
TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival
June 18th to July 1st
CTV Vancouver is pleased to support the 2015 TD International Jazz Festival happening from Thursday, June 18 to Wednesday, July 1. The festival showcases an array of the world’s best artists on stages around Vancouver!
Groove to the music and join in the fun during the Downtown Jazz Weekend presented by CTV Vancouver at the Vancouver Art Gallery from June 18 to the 21. The CTV Vancouver Street Team will also been onsite with fun activities and a chance for you to win a ride on Chopper 9.
For more information on the shows, and to get your tickets, visit coastaljazz.ca
Friday, June 19
Atlantic recording artist Ed Sheeran has announced details for his 2015 North American headlining tour. The cross country trek – produced and promoted by AEG Live & The Messina Group (TMG). The tour announcement comes on the heels of the acclaimed singer-songwriter’s triumphant night at the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards, where Sheeran was nominated for 3 awards, including the prestigious “Album of the Year” for his RIAA platinum-certified album “x” (pronounced multiply). Sheeran’s other nominations came in the categories for “Best Pop Vocal Album” and “Best Song Written For Visual Media” for his song “I See Fire” from the feature film The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. Tickets available through Ticketmaster.ca
Marvel Universe Live
June 18th to 21st
The Pacific Coliseum
Marvel Universe Live is coming to the Pacific Coliseum from June 18th-21st!
Watch your favourite superheroes such as Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk and more come to life in an action packed extravaganza. The show promises cutting edge special effects, pyrotechnics, aerial stunts, motorcycles and more. Experience live entertainment on a whole new level, with a mind blowing show unlike anything you’ve ever seen before!
Tickets on sale now at ticketleader.ca.
The Centre for Child Development
14th annual Run, Walk & Roll For Our Kids
Sunday, June 21st
9:30am start at Bear Creek Park, Surrey
Take part in a 2k Walk/Roll, 5k Walk/Run, & 10k Walk/Run at the 14th annual Run, Walk & Roll For Our Kids, benefitting The Centre for Child Development! It will be a fun filled morning with live entertainment, kids activities, and delicious refreshments! Register, collect donations and help children with special needs reach their potential.
Register online at www.cdfbc.ca/events.htm or call 604-533-4884 for more info.
Broadway Across Canada Presents Disney's The Lion King
June 18th - July 12th
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Broadway Across Canada presents the smash hit Broadway musical: Disney’s The Lion King from June 18th to June 12th at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre!
More than 70 million people around the world have experienced the phenomenon of Disney’s THE LION KING, and now you can, too, when Vancouver’s best-loved musical returns to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Winner of six Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, this landmark musical event brings together one of the most imaginative creative teams on Broadway. Tony Award®-winning director Julie Taymor brings to life a story filled with hope and adventure set against an amazing backdrop of stunning visuals. THE LION KING also features some of Broadway’s most recognizable music, crafted by Tony Award®-winning artists Elton John and Tim Rice. There is simply nothing else like THE LION KING.
Friday, July 17, 2015
Squamish Valley Music Festival
August 7, 8 & 9
Logger Sports Grounds and Centennial Fields, Squamish
Over 70 artists from all over the world will be performing at the Squamish Valley Music Festival with major headliners- recent 4 Grammy winner, Sam Smith, Drake and Mumford and Sons! More than 105,000 music fans attended the festival last year, making it the largest outdoor music event in Western Canada. It generated an estimated economic impact of over $32 million over the four days of the festival. Full lineup and ticket info available at SquamishFestival.com.
CTV Vancouver is pleased to welcome Nicki Minaj - The Pinkprint Tour to Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena on Sunday, August 16th with special guests Meek Mill, Rae Srummurd, Tinashe and Dej Loaf.
The 2015 Ride To Conquer Cancer
August 29 & 30, 2015
Vancouver, BC to Seattle, WA
conquercancer.ca or Phone: 888-771-BIKE (2453)
The Ride to Conquer Cancer® presented by Silver Wheaton is a unique, two-day cycling event which will take place on an exciting new weekend: August 29-30, 2015. Sign up now and create a team! The money raised will benefit BC Cancer Foundation and support leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers whose search for new discoveries and improved patient outcomes will have a real impact in our communities throughout the province, across Canada, and around the world.
Science World - Ultimate Dinosaurs Exhibit
May 30th, 2015 – September 7th, 2015
Science World at TELUS World of Science
Explore Science World’s newest feature exhibition at TELUS World of Science, Ultimate Dinosaurs, on now until September 7th.
Meet T-rex’s bigger, badder cousin in an exhibition that highlights the unique dinosaurs of the Southern Hemisphere. Step into the role of a paleontologist and be a part of the story that took millions of years to write.
Not your typical dinosaur exhibition, Ultimate Dinosaurs introduces you to new and unique dinosaurs that evolved in isolation in South America, Africa and Madagascar. The exhibition combines rarely seen specimens with augmented reality technology that transforms full-scale dinosaurs into flesh-covered animated beasts right before your eyes.
AC/DC’s latest album ‘Rock or Bust’ was released on December 2nd and immediately topped sales charts around the globe. The album’s first 2 singles “Play Ball” and “Rock or Bust” were added to rock radio and featured in ad campaigns for major brands like Major League Baseball and Beats headphones.
CNIB Night Steps
Saturday, September 26
Holland Park in Surrey
CTV is proud to sponsor CNIB Night Steps happening Saturday, September 26th at Holland Park in Surrey!
Night Steps is a fun, five kilometer walk under the stars that gives an opportunity for family, friends and members of the community to help raise funds that will support CNIB’s vital programs and services, such as learning independent travel using a white cane and empowering Canadians who are blind or partially sighted to travel independently with confidence.
CNIB passionately provides community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life. To learn more, visit cnibnightsteps.ca or call toll-free 1-844-810-5408
Madonna – Rebel Heart Tour
Wednesday, October 14
Tickets available through LiveNation.com and Ticketmaster
The “Rebel Heart” Tour follows the March 9 release of Madonna’s Rebel Heart album on Interscope Records. Rave reviews for Madonna’s 13th studio album include: The Sun (UK) “The Queen of Pop will reign again – Madonna is about to release her best album in 17 years and one of the greatest of her career.” NY Times: “They won’t experience the celebrity of Madonna the fashion statement but the Madonna who has kept us listening for decades: Madonna the musician”. For complete tour and ticket information, please visit www.madonna.com and www.livenation.com.
Kelly Clarkson announces the addition of nine Canadian dates to her 2015 PIECE BY PIECE TOUR. Joining Kelly on the Canadian leg of the tour will be multi-platinum selling recording artist, Nick Jonas and Tyler Shaw. Kelly will be touring in support of her sixth studio album, Piece By Piece, which is available in stores and digitally now.
BC WOMEN’S NEWBORN ICU CAMPAIGN
HOPE STARTS HERE
CTV Vancouver is proud to support the BC Women’s Hospital Foundation & Health Centre: Hope Starts Here Newborn ICU campaign.
When a baby is born too soon, too small or too sick to survive without help, BC Women's Newborn ICU is there to deliver the highest level of life-saving care. BC Women's Newborn ICU is the referral hub for BC's most critically ill infants and newborns in need of advanced care. An integral part of BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre, the 60-bed NICU is one of Canada's foremost specialized newborn critical care centres. It is staffed by a unique concentration of leading clinical specialists.
Healthy women. Healthy babies. Healthy families. This is the driving spirit behind every program, every equipment purchase and every act of care at BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre.
Your gift today could save a baby’s life.
Help make a difference and donate today by calling, toll free 1-844-677-HOPE or click here.
BC SPCA Million Acts Of Kindness
In 2015 the BC SPCA celebrates 120 years of serving and protecting animals. To mark this special anniversary, the BC SPCA is urging all animal lovers to join with us to carry out one million acts of kindness for companion, farm and wild animals throughout 2015.
Each week we’ll post a featured act of kindness – take action and help spread the word by sharing your acts with friends and family. Our featured acts are easy steps that anyone can do to make a difference, regardless of age or if you currently have a pet or not.
The BC SPCA invites you to join the movement to carry out a million acts of kindness for companion, farm and wild animals in 2015. Sign up now and check out our weekly featured act of kindness. All it takes is one small act to change the life of an animal forever.
Community Against Preventable Injuries
The Community Against Preventable Injuries reminds you that changing the way you think about injuries at home can keep you safe at work too. So, before you think serious injuries only happen to other people, please—have a word with yourself.