Heroes gives its sponsors the opportunity to reach out to our audience and participants: upcoming and existing leaders of Vancouver’s values-based businesses. Heroes is unique because it brings together the entire social impact community including non-profits, social enterprises, first nations, corporations, and government. You may contribute in a multitude of ways, whether it’s a gift of service or financial assistance for a promising social enterprise (with a small portion used to offset cost of events) or by helping us to host this special celebration that brings us all together as a community. For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact us: email@example.com
Enterprising Non-Profits is thrilled to convene Social Enterprise Heroes 2015 with collaborative support from our team of sponsor organizations:
$10,000 worth of hours from JDQ Systems.
Together, we innovate improvements. Imagine if someone could prove that it profits business to help the community.
$10,000 grant from TELUS
Believing that in order to do well in business, we must do ‘good’ in the communities where we live, work and serve.
$10,000 worth of hours from ASQ Vancouver
Creating better workplaces and communities by advancing learning, quality improvement, and knowledge exchange to improve business results.
$5,000 worth of hours from KPMG
KPMG combines a multi-disciplinary, network of professionals with deep practical industry knowledge to respond to clients complex business challenges and opportunities.
$5,000 worth of hours from Junxion
Helping mission-driven organisations reach & build markets.
$5,000 grant from Vancity Community Foundation
Focused in the areas of social enterprise development and community-owned real estate.
$5,000 in services from Traction on Demand
A certified B-Corp, Traction is a CRM consulting and software development firm with unparalleled expertise in Salesforce.com implementations, data quality and marketing automation.
$2,000 worth of hours from Futurpreneur
Fueling the entrepreneurial passions of Canada’s young enterprise for nearly two decades.