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Invest in a Brighter Future for BC’s Youth

Join JABC and Help Shape the Future

An investment in JA is an investment in a brighter future for Canadian youth. JA philanthropists support our efforts in recruiting and training volunteers to bring their real-world experiences into the classroom, providing students with educational materials, and offering special capstone programs and events to enhance classroom learning.

Help us continue to provide meaningful, relevant and important education to youth and continue our track record of success for another 60 years.

Ways to Give

Individual Gifts

A personal donation is one of the best ways to support and invest in a cause you are passionate about. Different types of plans are available depending on your interests and include automated monthly giving, annual or planned gifts, estate planning or the gifting of shares. Tax receipts are available for all donations greater than $20.00.

As an example, a monthly gift of just $100 for 12 months supports the delivery of Our Business World to one classroom. 25 students will be introduced to key business concepts and given the hands-on opportunity to learn more about running their own business.

JABC donors have satisfaction of knowing their investment is going towards creating a brighter future for BC’s youth. The gift of education is one of the greatest investments we can make for our future leaders and the prosperity of our province.

In addition, donors receive invitations to JABC events, access to unique volunteer opportunities and recognition in multiple JABC communications channels depending on the level of investment.

Corporate Gifts

Corporate gifts, big or small, are an opportunity for your business to invest back into the communities where you do business and where your colleagues and their families live. We offer a number of different avenues for corporate giving and are always looking for ways we can collaborate with our partners to meet their needs while maximizing their investment. Corporate gifts can be annual gifts or program and event sponsorships and may include a volunteer component.

We look forward to speaking with you about your business interests and how we can work together towards a brighter future for BC’s youth.

Our corporate donors come to us with a variety of community goals and investment levels. A conversation with our development team about your goals helps us put together a plan that maximizes your investment and impact for BC youth.

JABC donors have the satisfaction of knowing their investment is going towards creating a brighter future for BC’s youth. The gift of education is one of the greatest investments we can make for our future leaders and the prosperity of our province.

Donors will receive invitations to JABC events, access to unique volunteer opportunities and recognition in multiple JABC communications channels depending on the level of investment.

DONATE TODAY

Would you prefer to send a cheque?  Fantastic. Please make it out to JA British Columbia and send it to us at #360 475 West Georgia St. Vancouver, BC V6B 4M9.  Attention: Nancy Cardozo, Vice President, Development

Please contact us to learn more

Nancy Cardozo, VP, Development

604.688.3887 ext. 229
nancy.cardozo@jabc.org

Christian Ratcliffe, Director, Corporate Engagement

604.688.3887 ext. 224
christian.ratcliffe@jabc.org

Our Donors

JA CHAMPIONS $1,000,000+

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE $250,000 – $999,999

PRESIDENT’S CLUB $100,000-$249,999

MAJOR INVESTORS $50,000 – $99,999

INVESTORS
$25,000 – $49,999

CIBC

CPA Canada

HSBC

TELUS

SENIOR PARTNERS
$10,000 – $24,999

Accenture

Arrow Transportation Systems Inc.

BC Hydro

Deloitte

Discovery Foundation

Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation

First Light Foundation: John & Dana Montalbano

Marsh Canada Ltd.

Prospera Credit Union

SAP Canada

Scotiabank

Shaw

TD Bank Group

PARTNERS
$5,000 – $9,999

Clio

Fasken

KPMG

Simon Fraser University Beedie School of Business

University of British Columbia Faculty of Applied Science

ENTREPRENEURS
$1,000 – $4,999

Bardel Entertainment
Sheila Biggers
Peter J. Blake
Kevin Budd
Business in Vancouver
Canadian Venture Capital Association
Citi Financial Canada Inc.
Russell Crawford
Lisa Ethans
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
Casey Forrest
Fort Capital Corporation
FortisBC
Nicole Inglis
KSSS Management Corp
Carol Leacy
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd.
Brian McCauley
Kristi Miller
Ministry of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction
Mobify
Adrian Palmer
Brian Phillips
RBC Royal Bank
Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation
Whistler Blackcomb Foundation
Janet Wood
Brian Worth

SHAREHOLDER DONORS $100 – $999

Anonymous
Tracey Arnish
Siobhan Aspinall
BC & Yukon Territory Building & Construction Trades Council
Brenda Benham
Teresa Bennett
Cheryl Borgmann
Kari Buchanan
Burrard Glass Ltd.
Doug Campbell
Canadian Credit Union Association
Nancy Cardozo
Amy Carotenuto
Concerto Marketing Group
Lynda Cralli
Derek deGroot
Diane Dent
Val Dipasupil
Dynamic Installations
Patricia Elemans
Blaine Forer
Nitin Gaba
Goodmans LLP
Rosine Hage-Moussa
Kelly Heed
Ashton Herriott
Hitfar Concepts Ltd.
Christina Howton
Interior Savings Credit Union
Denise M. Jimmo
Iain Johnstone
Barb Jones
Alexandre Laramee
Jonathan Mara
Andrew W. Marchant
Steve McLean
Mercury Launch & Tug Ltd.
Guff Muench
Kathy Nguyen
July Ono
Open Gaming Solutions Inc.
Brian Paes-Braga
Malcolm Potts
Jason Ranchoux
Christian Ratcliffe
Jaymin Sahota
Alix Santoro
Jocelyn C. Tien
Anne Tower
Deborah Wakeham
Willowbrook Motors Ltd.
Joshua Wong
Young Family Foundation

IN-KIND DONORS

Accenture
Artona
Blanc Box Photo Booth
BMW, Langley
Branches Coffee House
Compugen Inc.
Connect Now Fraser Valley
Facebooth Vancouver, Surrey
Fresh Street Market
Gloo Studios
Hub Space – Kamloops
KPMG LLP
North Island College
Oh Boy Productions
RBC Royal Bank
Royal BC Museum
Save On Foods
School District 23
School District 27
Spaghetti Factory
Staples, Campbell River
Steve McLean, Hewlett
Packard (Canada) Ltd
Surrey Little Theatre
TD – North Shore
TELUS Vancouver
Thompson Rivers
University
Tim Hortons Parksville
Vancouver Projection Services

HERITAGE DONORS

Successful delivery of JA business education programs would not be possible without continued support from our donors. JABC has established the Heritage Donors Program to recognize cumulative donations and pledges since 1999.

FOUNDERS $1,000,000+

Coast Capital Savings Credit Union

Coast Capital Savings Credit Union

Lotte & John Hecht Memorial Foundation

PIONEERS $500,000+

Austeville Properties Ltd.
British Columbia Securities
Commission
Chartered Professional Accountants

CIBC
Columbia Basin Trust
HSBC Bank Canada

RBC Royal Bank and RBC
Foundation
Scotiabank

VISIONARIES $250,000+

Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
Great West Life

PFM Executive Search
Rix Family Foundation
TD Bank Group

TELUS
The Keg Restaurants and The Keg
Spirit Foundation
Western Economic Diversification
Canada

LEADERS $100,000+

A&W Food Services Canada Inc.
Accenture
BC Hydro
Bell Canada
BMO Bank of Montreal
Boston Pizza International Inc.
Canaccord Genuity Group Inc.
Canadian Western Bank

Canfor
Colliers International
Grant Thornton LLP
Deloitte
Grant Thornton LLP
Kingswood Capital Corporation
KPMG LLP
Ledcor Group of Companies

London Drugs Limited
Phillips, Hager & North Investment
Management
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc.
Teck Resources Limited
Teekay Corporation
The Jim Pattison Group
Wesbild Holdings Limited
West Fraser