Learn about the organizations that operate within our community and each organization’s commitment to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging. These are organizations that are doing great work and we love the work they’re doing. We’ve contributed to each of these organizations, either by making donations or providing our time to give solutions. We encourage you to get involved with each of the organizations below today!
Canada India Education Society
In pursuit of its mission, the Canada India Education Society (CIES) uses its resources to support vital projects relating to education, community development, health care, and job creation in India. CIES facilitates international cooperation and collaboration through the promotion of civil society partnerships between Canada and India with a specialized focus on fostering relationships between groups in British Columbia and those in Punjab.
The LiveBIG Society aims to help promote health by providing individuals with substance and alcohol addiction issues with access to counselling, information, treatment, aftercare and/ or group support programs. They also strive to address and prevent problems faced by youth by establishing, operating, raising funds for, and maintaining aftercare services for youth dealing with alcohol and substance abuse issues. While lastly, developing the best practices in aftercare services to individuals with a substance and alcohol addiction.
Locelle is a platform created to advance women in the workplace.
Through tailored 1:1 mentor matching, live leadership sessions and networking with peers with similar interests and goals, Locelle delivers personal and professional growth to women working in the tech industry.
Founders Fund is the first exclusively digital growth accelerator supporting underrepresented, women-identifying founders during every stage of their journey. Members can access mentorship, resources, and non-repayable funding for their business.
Our CEO and Founder Manpreet Dhillion is one of the many great mentors that are accessible through Founders Fund.
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