DVC Ventures along with our staff and friends are firm believers that a life is best lived when sharing our time with others that need some help.
To this aim we promote a culture of community engagement and charitable works within our business.
As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, DVC donated $1 for every target sold during the month. We raised $2,200 which was donated to the BC Cancer Foundation to support research and care.
DVC Ventures delivered 8k worth of toys to the Pan Pacific Vancouver on Dec 11th 2014 for the Annual Christmas Wish Breakfast. Toys R Us in Coquitlam opened their doors bright and early for staff of the Indoor Shooting Centre to shop privately for toys for the annual drive. Volunteered staff members were split into teams, each team with a mission to collect a certain dollar amount worth of toys in just under 4 minutes. With the end goal to fill up the trailer, they gathered a total of $8000 worth of toys to be donated to the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau.
DVC Ventures has participated in the Annual Christmas Wish Breakfast held at the Pan Pacific Vancouver annually over the last four years donating over $21,000 worth of toys to the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau.
The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau, a non-profit organization, provides food vouchers and toys to low-income families in Vancouver and also acts as a warehouse to other local Christmas bureaus. The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau strives to ensure that every child in our community has a smile on their face on Christmas Day and we are proud to support this organization during the Holidays.
This year we sold out of pumpkins once again, donating $1620 to the BC SPCA. Thanks to everyone who came out and participated all for a good cause!
“Once again we would like to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation for your support of the 2014 Harvest Festival. With your generosity and support this year’s event raised nearly $50,000 towards our charitable works within Delta and across British Columbia.”
DVC Ventures has participated in the Annual Christmas Wish Breakfast held at the Pan Pacific Vancouver annually over the last three years donating over $15,000 worth of toys to the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau.
The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau, a non-profit organization, provides food vouchers and toys to low income families in Vancouver and also acts as a warehouse to other local Christmas bureaus. The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau strives to ensure that every child in our community has a smile on their face on Christmas Day and we are proud to support this organization during the Holidays.
Thanks for all of those who came out to support Movember 2013 at DVC gun range.
The Mo’ 9MM event was a tremendous success and we look forward to doing it again next year.
Dear DVC management and staff,
On behalf of the Delta Firefighters Charitable Society, I would like to thank you for your generous support and sponsorship of the 2013 Harvest Festival. With your help we raised over $59’000 towards those in need in our community.
The event was a fantastic success and wouldn’t be possible without the support of generous businesses like yours.
Delta Firefighters Charitable Society
DVC Ventures sent our staff to Toy R Us with $7’000 and instructions to fill up our trailer with toys for the 2012 Christmas Wish Breakfast at the Pan Pacific Hotel.
DVC was proud to join the 198 trucks in support of the BC Jeep Club Charity Run.
A great and generous time had by all with over $5,000 in cash/gift cards and over 1,200 items donated to the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau and other local charities supporting families in need this holiday season.
Thanks to all for making this a joyous and successful event!
Congratulations to our Movember Prize Winners: Jonathan Pagtakhan and Patrick V.
Together we raised over $3000.
Thanks again to everyone for their support!
Coquitlam Search & Rescue achieved its fund raising goal of $3000.00 through a raffle at our 40th anniversary celebrations on September 30, 2012. These funds will be used to purchase a radio system for the newest rescue tool in our arsenal – HETS (helicopter external transport system).
“Thanks very much for your donation of $1,068, derived from the sale of pumpkins from your pumpkin shoot! That is a novel and fun idea. We so appreciate you thinking of the animals around Halloween as fireworks are a cause of distress for so many. The donation allows us to continue to help the thousands of animals we help each year in B.C.”