We’re committed to building a brighter future for our communities. Through donations and sponsorships, we support several local, regional and national organizations focused on youth, education, social justice and our environment. We donate a minimum of one per cent of average pre-tax profits to non-profit, charitable and community organizations each year.
We partner with organizations that provide hope and opportunity to vulnerable and at-risk youth, including Covenant House and Phoenix Youth Programs which support homeless youth with addiction counselling, life skills and budgeting, so they can re-engage in the community, return to school and/or find sustainable employment.
Computers for Schools
Atlantic School of Theology
United Church of Canada
The United Church works with long-standing local partners who have well-established and trusted distribution networks on the ground, including in remote communities. These partners work diligently to ensure the donations they administer reach the most vulnerable communities in the greatest need as quickly as possible.
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges we face as a society today. As a partner of Bullfrog Power, a Canadian green energy retailer that offers its customers power from renewable energy sources such as wind, low-impact hydro and green natural gas. National Wealth Management is partnering with Bullfrog Power to reduce or mitigate our greenhouse gas emissions.
This year, we’re expanding our community support and look forward to working with a number of new charitable organizations.
WE is a Canadian-based charity focused on empowering global change with resources that create sustainable impact, including WE Schools and WE Villages.
2. WCS https://www.wcscanada.org/
Wildlife Conservation Society Canada provides pure scientific research used by many conservation groups and governments. WCS specializes in research on large mammals in Canadian wilderness areas. WCS publishes research papers made freely available for use by governments, other charities, and the general public.
3. United Church of Canada http://www.united-church.ca/
The United Church of Canada supports mission and service programs in Canada and around the world, including global and Canadian justice initiatives, aboriginal ministries and right relations, support to remote ministries, innovation in communities of faith and more.
4. Computers for Schools http://trp.ednet.ns.ca/about_us.shtml
Computers for Schools is a national program that refurbishes computers donated from government, private business and individuals for use by schools, libraries, registered not-for-profit learning organizations and aboriginal communities.
5. Woodlawn United Church http://www.woodlawnunited.ca/
Woodlawn United Church Sunday worship is a meeting place where all kinds of people celebrate life around Christ’s open table.
6. Atlantic School of Theology http://www.astheology.ns.ca/home/welcome.html
The Atlantic School of Theology is specially characterized as an ecumenical, tri-denominational theological school with an ecumenical board of governors, senate, faculty, student body and curriculum. The School is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada and offers Master of Divinity and Master of Arts (Theology and Religious Studies) degrees.
7. David Suzuki Foundation http://www.davidsuzuki.org/
The David Suzuki Foundation collaborates with Canadians from all walks of life to conserve our environment and find solutions that will create a sustainable Canada through science-based research, education and policy work.
8. Dartmouth Community Concert Association http://www.dartmouthcommunityconcert.ca/
The Dartmouth Community Concert Association is a non-profit civic organization of volunteers dedicated to providing outstanding musical performances for our community and beyond.
9. Diabetes Society of Canada Clothesline Program http://www.diabetes.ca/how-you-can-help/clothesline
Clothesline has been a national movement since 1985 – collecting gently used clothing, electronics and small household items. Each year, the Clothesline program diverts more than 51 million kilograms of clothing from landfill sites across Canada. One hundred per cent of net proceeds raised by Clothesline directly support Diabetes Canada and world-leading diabetes research, education and advocacy.