Published: Jan 12 2024

Time and again, we've mentioned our commitment to giving back and bettering the communities we build in, and this year was no different. On November 18, our teams divided into small groups and went out and conquered by volunteering at several different organizations. We were extremely grateful for the opportunities to do so and for all these organizations for so graciously accepting our help. Take a look below to see what our teams did!


After our month long drive came to an end, our team gathered, sorted, and organized all the items collected and delivered them to United Way. By collaborating with them, we got that much closer to our goal of trying to ensure that no Edmontonian has to go through winter without staying warm.


Another one of our teams went to help out at the Meals On Wheels kitchen. Whether it was chopping vegetables, packing tasty treats, or preparing soup bowls, they worked hard to prep and provide a ton of meals for those less fortunate. Our team also got to meet them first hand as they delivered those delicious meals directly to help those in need.


A lot of our team members went to help out at Basically Babies. They sorted, prepped, and cleaned various baby related items which would then be given to families in need. It absolutely warmed our hearts, just in time for the holidays!


At the end of the day, our team volunteered at total of 10 hours dropping off clothes for the Warm Winter Drive, 32 hours prepping and packaging food in the Meals On Wheels kitchen, another 20 hours delivering those tasty meals, and 92 hours processing the baby clothes at Basically Babies, for an AMAZING grand total of 154 volunteer hours. 

The Warm Winter Drive yielded 183 pieces of warm winter clothing, and Meals On Wheels resulted in 600 meals created and 63 meals delivered. 

We can't thank these organizations enough for giving us the opportunity to work with them to help those less fortunate. We can't wait to do this again!

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