Aviva works with trusted companies and organizations to enhance the Aviva Community Fund experience for you. These partners include:
Over 2 million Canadians have difficulty typing, moving a mouse or reading a screen. They can’t surf the web without assistive technology. Aviva Canada empowers them by featuring eSSENTIAL Accessibility™ as a key pillar of their Community Involvement strategy. Join our Online Social Responsibility initiative and enable freedom today.
CTV is proud to once again support Aviva and the launch of the Aviva Community Fund competition. Featured in broadcast exposure across CTV, Star!, Much and MTV via CANADA AM and ETALK broadcasts, The Aviva Community Fund encourages all Canadians to submit an idea that will make a positive impact at home or across the country.
Volunteer Canada, the national voice for volunteerism in Canada is proud to support the Aviva Community Fund in its second year. The Aviva Community Fund opens the door for organizations, big or small, to take on the challenges that their communities face daily. Aviva’s support for innovative and socially focused thinking provides Canadians with an opportunity to raise awareness and visibility for the causes that they care about. Volunteers are the ultimate agents of social change and Volunteer Canada is excited to see so many passionate Canadians take charge and mobilize their peers to support causes, charities, movements and action plans.
OTIP is proud to partner with Aviva on providing home and auto insurance to the education employees of Ontario, who create positive change in schools every day.
Benevity's embeddable microdonation platform helps companies build optional, choice-driven giving and matching into their everyday operations.
The Psychology Foundation of Canada, a national not-for-profit organization, translates leading psychological research into state-of-the-art programs to promote mental health. Our goal is to help people manage stress and build their resilience in the home, the community and the workplace. Our programs are delivered through multiple channels and diverse partnerships across Canada.
The Child Welfare League of Canada (CWLC) is the voice for child welfare issues across Canada. Established in 1994, CWLC is a membership-based national organization dedicated to promoting the well-being and protection of vulnerable young people. CWLC plays a significant role in promoting best practices among those in the field of child welfare, child rights, children and youth mental health and youth justice.
Learning for a Sustainable future's flagship program for action project ideas and classroom resources is the Resources for Rethinking (R4R.ca) Database. R4R provides educators access to lesson plans, worksheets and other teaching resources that integrate environmental, social and economic spheres through learning that is interdisciplinary and action oriented. Each R4R resource has been reviewed by an experienced classroom teacher and matched to relevant curriculum outcomes for all provinces and territories. Search over 750 resources by grade, subject, jurisdiction, and sustainability theme for ideas for an action project.
The Canadian Mental Health Association is a nation-wide, voluntary organization that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service delivery.
Canadian Insurance Top Broker is a national publication whose primary mission is to help top producers and leading insurance professionals grow their business. Building on a long history of providing relevant and timely coverage, Canadian Insurance Top Broker offers decision-makers the analysis and insight necessary to compete in the P&C market. On a daily basis through the website and on a monthly basis through the magazine, Canadian Insurance Top Broker provides critical statistical data, industry analysis, expert opinions, broker profiles, company snapshots, specialty market coverage and in-depth features.
Created in 1991, Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF) creates engaging sustainability education experiences. LSF works bottom-up with students to bring sustainability into the classroom, through action projects which link education to community action; with teachers and schools board officials through professional development workshops and resources to change teaching practice; and top-down by collaborating with Ministries of Education to revise education policy and curriculum. As a connector, resource and facilitator for change, LSF is inspiring a new generation of responsible citizens!
The David Suzuki Foundation works with government, business and individuals to conserve our environment by providing science-based research, education and policy work, and acting as a catalyst for the change that today's situation demands.Our mission is to protect the diversity of nature and our quality of life, now and for the future. Our vision is that within a generation, Canadians act on the understanding that we are all interconnected and interdependent with nature. Among our top goals are protecting nature and the climate, and reconnecting Canadians, particularly youth, with nature. We aim to ensure that Canadians can maintain a high quality of life within the finite limits of nature.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation is a national volunteer-based health charity that leads in eliminating heart disease and stroke and reducing their impact through the advancement of research and its application, the promotion of healthy living and advocacy. Since 1956, the Foundation has raised and invested more than $1 billion in leading-edge heart and stroke research. These impressive results have been made possible by the ongoing and valuable efforts of volunteers and donors across this country. More hours in a day. More days in a year. More years in a life. The Heart and Stroke Foundation is working to give Canadians more time.
We are a national, community-based organization of volunteers, whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.
At the Breakfast Club of Canada, helping vulnerable children is our purpose. Making sure they receive a nutritious breakfast at school and creating an atmosphere and projects that feed their self-esteem, that’s our approach. Joining forces with communities and regional agencies to find the most suitable formula, that’s our method. Helping youngsters develop their full potential and training a new, committed generation, that’s simply brilliant! Thanks to the Club, close to 130,000 children can have a nutritious breakfast every morning in 1,185 clubs across Canada.
Frontier College is a national literacy organization founded in 1899. We believe literacy is a right. We work with volunteers and community partners to give people the skills and confidence they need to reach their potential and contribute to society.
United Way Centraide in Canada consists of a network of over 100 local members across the country, with each United Way Centraide being knowledgeable about the issues facing their own community. By partnering with 3800 agencies in the social services sector and working with thousands of volunteers nationally, we bring significant experience and understanding about the needs of Canadian communities; and have developed and implemented strategies – built through collaboration with partners – to address the root causes of social problems and create lasting, positive change in our communities.
The Montréal Urban Ecology Centre’s mission is to build and share expertise concerning the most viable and democratic approaches to sustainable urban development. Inspired by ‘Social Ecology’, the Centre questions the relationship between nature and society and sees these two elements as tightly interrelated. We emphasize the importance of the neighbourhood and city levels and the fundamental right of citizens to take part in decisions that relate to the management of urban affairs.
As Canada's first and one of the largest charities focusing on child nutrition, Breakfast for Learning operates nationally in all 13 provinces and territories and has been helping support and sustain school-based breakfast, lunch and snack programs for more than 20 years. Breakfast for Learning's mission is to ensure every child in Canada attends school well-nourished and ready to learn so they have the best chance for success in life.
Providing aid and support for Quebec head injury victims. The Fondation Martin-Matte helps give children and adults living with a head injury or a physical deficit a better quality of life, specifically by ensuring they have a fully adapted home for life.
SEEDS is an educational non-profit that focuses on environmental and energy education in schools across Canada. Its mission is to be the curator, integrator and developer of society, energy, and environmental resources and programs that engage students, teachers, leaders, and citizens. The vision of the organization is to make a difference in the attitudes, knowledge and actions of citizens related to society, energy, and the environment. One of the best known programs at SEEDS is the GREEN Schools™ program where schools are rewarded for their environmental actions at school and in the community. SEEDS GREEN Schools™ receive full recognition for their participation in the Aviva Community Fund Challenge whether they win or not. The SEEDS Foundation is pleased to be a partner with Aviva in this exciting opportunity for schools to be involved in responsible environmental actions in their communities.