We don’t just contribute to community events, we’re actively involved in them. We are the Kelowna lawyers that participate in fundraisers and awareness campaigns year-round; take a look below at just some of the ways we’re engaged in our community.
The Trial Lawyers Association of BC’s mission is to support and promote the rights of individuals in British Columbia.
The society was organized in 1953 by a group of parents, teachers, doctors and concerned citizens to ensure the education of children with mental handicaps. We were known as the Sunnyvale Centre at that time.
Kelowna’s Gospel Mission will feed the hungry, shelter the homeless and help the hurting. We will provide assistance to all.
Inn from the Cold – Kelowna is non-profit organization responding to the needs of people experiencing homelessness and life outdoors in the winter.
First United Church is a congregation of the United Church in Canada. We are a downtown church that has an active ministry to those who live there. We have a Church School and mid week programs for children and youth.
CLEBC courses provide in-depth coverage of a wide range of both specific and general topics, helping you earn your CPD requirement.
CBABC encompasses all methods of resolving such issues: divorce, adoption, child protection, common law and same-sex marriages, and generally all areas of family rights and responsibilities: property division; child custody, spousal, and parental support.
JCI Kelowna are a group of young professionals and entrepreneurs that strive to grow as individuals while positively impacting our community, Kelowna, BC.
At Kelowna Christian School, we believe each moment and learning experience provides the opportunity to help our students discover their own unique and meaningful story.
Kelowna Community Gospel Choir began under the direction of Stephen Seaboyer, back in 2012.
British Columbia Schizophrenia Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1982 by families and friends of people with schizophrenia.
Her International focuses on ensuring that girls receive an education, that their mothers and all women from the community have access to skill-building opportunities, and that micro-financing groups are available to fund their hopes and dreams.
The Kelowna Flying Club is self-sustaining, member-driven organization that promotes civil aviation in the Kelowna and district area.
The Rotary Club of Kelowna was founded in 1928 and has a long and proud history of community and international service here in Kelowna
Launch Kelowna offers money management programs that empower people to be financially independent. Save money, start a business, embark on new education or increase your skill in a trade.
Parkrun organize free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world. They are open to everyone, free, and are safe and easy to take part in.
100+ Women Who Care is a group of women who gather four times a year for a one-hour meeting, learn about local charities, and each donate a $100 check to a charity that the group selects.
KPC aims to promote an active, healthy lifestyle, love of sport and appreciation and respect for our waterways by providing affordable options for all members of the community, in a safe and welcoming environment.
SportMedBC and its network of practitioners are poised to celebrate its 30th Anniversary in 2012, marking the growth and development of the professional not-for-profit society since its inception.
Working together, we’ve turned a small, regional hospital into a centre for healthcare excellence. Kelowna General Hospital now provides critical services to over 750,000 newborns, children, youth, adults and seniors throughout the Interior of BC.
This first Kelowna running club organized a fitness run in 1976 that enticed 1000 entrants.
Canadian Ski Patrol membership is 5,000 volunteers strong and offers services to over 230 ski areas from coast to coast.
Foundry Kelowna is a wellness centre where young people can find hope, help and support, when they need it.
Since 1980, Kelowna Women’s Shelter has offered a safe place to stay, and essentials such as food, clothing, and toiletries for women
Allan Brooks Nature Centre is your place to renew your natural curiosity and connect with the joys of nature.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police is both a federal and a national police force of Canada.
MADD Canada works to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.
The Central Okanagan Community Food Bank is dedicated to providing much needed food and support to those living in Kelowna and West Kelowna.
Join the YMCA and discover what it means to truly belong.
T2 Volleyball was created to help grow volleyball in Kelowna and has now expanded into being a full on Youth Volleyball Club
Motionball is a not-for-profit organization that builds awareness and raises funds for the Special Olympics Canada Foundation
FireSmart Canada helps you understand the potential of wildfire affecting your home and your community.
The BC SPCA is a not-for-profit organization which relies primarily on community donations to help animals in need.
At Pancreatic Cancer Canada Foundation we are dedicated to fighting the world’s toughest cancer.
The Canadian Cancer Society believes that working with government and legislators to bring about healthy public policies is a vital part of the fight against cancer.
Some exciting news for this year – Conquer The Lake is officially being hosted by the Lake Country Multisport / Running Club!
Ranked one of the top destination marathons in the world, the BMO Vancouver Marathon takes runners on a 42.2KM adventure past beaches, through natural parks, and along Vancouver’s Seawall
Okanagan Pride Society (OPS) is a non-profit, member-based organization committed to serving the Okanagan’s LGBT2Q+ community.
Mamas for Mamas is an organization devoted to providing support to low-income mothers in the Okanagan. Kate Snowsell provides pro bono legal support and we are a frequent supporter of Mamas for Mamas events in an effort to help them achieve their goals.
As a Partner For Life with Canadian Blood Services we commit to an annual target of blood donations in order to help fill the continuous need. Our lawyers, staff, family and friends all contribute to do our part to ensure this demand is met.
Our associates are involved in and we sponsor Okanagan Young Professionals, an organization that helps attract young professionals to the region and assists them in getting established in the Okanagan. We are passionate about bringing bright minds and growth to our community.
We’re an athletic bunch and several of our lawyers and staff are avid cyclists. We felt this was a natural cause to support and we have proudly donated funds to build several meters of trail that we can’t wait to explore!
The team at Doak Shirreff raised money within the firm and the community for the Canadian Red Cross to help residents of Fort McMurray affected by the 2016 wildfire. Funds helped open emergency shelters, deliver critical relief supplies, and provide financial assistance to families in need.
John, Zachary, Kate, Kristin, and Alison attended this fundraiser for Elevation Outdoors. Turns out we’re all terrible lawn bowlers but we had a great time and helped raise money for a great cause.
Our firm has been providing legal services to Habitat for Humanity for over 25 years. We believe in giving back to the community and helping people get on their feet and this is just one of the ways we do it.