MRC is passionate about helping our community, from funding underprivileged children to participate in sports, to donating to cancer charities, to supporting non-profits who help the less fortunate.
MRC feels grateful to be a part of so many amazing initiatives and looks forward to continuing our sponsorship and participation.
BMW Gala: Pancreatic Cancer Research
The Cabriolet Gala is one of Vancouver’s hottest annual tickets, with evening line ups including live entertainment, exclusive car launches and prestigious fashion shows.
Face the World Foundation dedicates itself to helping Vancouver’s less fortunate. They endeavour to alleviate the pain caused by hunger, sickness, homelessness, mental illness, and drug, alcohol and physical abuse.
The Medical Rejuvenation Centre proudly donates annually to the Face the World Foundation.
A Loving Spoonful is a volunteer-driven, non-partisan Society that provides free, nutritious meals to people living with HIV/AIDS in Greater Vancouver. Every week, all year round volunteers deliver frozen meals and snack packs to men, women and children who are primarily homebound with AIDS.
Arts Umbrella enriches the lives of children who would otherwise not receive the proven benefits of arts education. Through the support of government organizations, corporations, foundations, individuals, and other community members Arts Umbrella provides bursaries and free-of-charge outreach programs to children whose families struggle to afford an arts education. They have many programs in Dance, Theatre, and Visual Arts.
A4K is dedicated to providing funds to children and youth across BC to participate in amateur sports. As a privately funded charity, they are able to get dollars into the hands of those who need it most, quickly and effectively. A4K helps families who would otherwise be unable to afford to pay for their children to participate in organized sports.
The Nite of Hope™ is an elegant dinner, fashion show and silent auction evening held each Spring in Richmond, British Columbia. Each year a keynote speaker provides a moving and hopeful message regarding breast cancer. The event raises monies for resources and benefits the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, BC/Yukon Chapter while also raising awareness to the devastating effects of breast cancer and provides support and encouragement to survivors.
Parkinson Society British Columbia is the voice of British Columbians living with Parkinson’s. They are dedicated to improve the lives of those affected by Parkinson’s. Their purpose is to ease the burden and find a cure for Parkinson’s disease through advocacy, education, research and support services.
Established in 1969, Parkinson Society British Columbia, governed by a voluntary Board of Directors, receives no government funding and is supported entirely by donations from individuals, members, corporations, foundations and the dedicated efforts of volunteers.
The mission of World Vision is to develop national strategies with community-based organizations to advance the peace and well being of children, their families, and the communities in which they live.
We currently sponsor two children, one from South America and one from North Africa.