Partners & Funders

We Need Your Help to Change Lives

Join us by becoming a Corporate Partner or Community Funder. To discover how you can change lives contact Bernard Forestell at Bernard@crcvc.ca or by calling 1-877-232-2610

Over two million Canadians reported crimes to police in 2020. There were also 743 homicides in that same year. Crimes directly affect victims, their families, the people they work with and entire communities.

Thanks to the generosity of individual donors, corporate partners and community funders, the CRCVC provides free, unlimited support to crime victims for as long as needed. Corporate partners and community funders provide the resources needed for CRCVC victim support specialists to assist every victim and their families as they navigate Canada’s legal system.

Partners

iMarketing Solutions Group

An Industry leader for over 30 years, iMarketing Solutions Group Inc. is North American’s preeminent integrated marketing services company which builds value for its clients through the use of phone, direct mail, online, social media, direct response television and specialty events in the not for profit and political marketplace.

Roots of Hope is a national multiprovincial initiative that seeks to reduce the impact of suicide on local communities through community-driven evidence-based suicide prevention interventions. This demonstration project is being implemented in Saskatchewan in response to growing concern about suicide particularly in northern communities. The project is sponsored by the Mental Health Commission of Canada and administered by the Saskatchewan Health Authority with support from the Ministry of Health.

To learn more about Roots of Hope, visit their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/rootsofhopelarongearea/

Caliber Communications is an industry leading security technology company founded in 2016, in Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada. Their patented cellular video monitoring platform, proprietary artificial intelligence system, and innovative security peripherals focus on one primary objective: the early detection and deterrence of criminal activity, before it happens.

Learn more about Caliber Communications by clicking here.

Funders

London Police Association

The London Police Association in London, Ontario, collects and allocates charitable donations every year through partnerships with local businesses, charities, and non-profits. The LPA has long-standing relationships with registered charitable organizations. Every year the LPA donates tens of thousands of dollars, generously contributed by our members.

Ottawa Community Foundation

The Ottawa Community Foundation is a public, non-profit organization created by and for the people of Ottawa. It connects donors who care with causes that matter and serves as a trusted resource for addressing issues and leveraging opportunities in the community. It attracts and manages a growing endowment, the invested earnings of which provide grants to charitable organizations.

Ottawa Police Association

The Ottawa Police Association is a labour organization which represents approximately 1900 members including Civilian and Special Constable personnel as well as Police Officers at the ranks of Staff/Sergeant, Sergeant and Constable.

The Canadian Police Association

The Canadian Police Association (CPA) is the national voice for 60,000 police personnel across Canada. Membership includes police personnel serving in 160 police services across Canada, from Canada’s smallest towns and villages as well as those working in Canada’s largest municipal and provincial police services, and members of the RCMP, railway police, and first nations’ police personnel.

Fraternité des policemen et policeières de Montréal

Recognized as one of the leaders of the police union community in Quebec, the Fraternité des policemen et policeières de Montréal is in fact the largest union of municipal police officers (4,500) in the province. The object of the Fraternity is the study, defense and development of the economic, social and moral interests of its members.
The Fraternity supports community organizations that are directly involved with citizens who are in need. In this regard, the Montreal Police Humanitarian Fund will have redistributed nearly $ 2 million.

The Government of Canada

Including:

Canadian Women’s Foundation

Since 1991, the Canadian Women’s Foundation has become one of the largest women’s foundations in the world. With the support of partners and donors, the Foundation has raised more than $130 million and funded over 2,500 programs across the country.

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