The companies in the Power Corporation group work diligently to make a difference in the communities they respectively serve. Their work is important and is in addition to the community investment undertaken by Power Corporation and Power Financial at the holding company level. Their community investment programs are focused, strategic and important. As with Power Corporation and Power Financial, our subsidiary companies encourage their employees to become involved in their communities by volunteering their time. The result is considerable corporate resources augmented by the skills of virtually thousands of dedicated professionals joining together to make communities stronger. Discover the difference they are making:
Through financial contributions and the volunteer engagement of their staff and financial security advisors, Great-West Lifeco’s subsidiaries, Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life, help build stronger communities across Canada. The companies operate a national corporate citizenship program, Stronger Communities Together™.
Read more about how they are helping organizations take fresh approaches to community needs and creating lasting change in their Public Accountability Statement.
Great-West Financial and Empower Retirement have long demonstrated their passion for helping people. Their signature corporate social responsibility program encourages employees to support causes closest to their hearts. ACT – Associates. Community. Together. – amplifies their actions with corporate resources including company donations, matching funds and paid volunteer hours.
Read more about this program and other community initiatives.
Investors Group’s long heritage of community involvement, corporate funding, and project initiation by many of its people has created a strong culture of caring. Investors Group is committed to making a contribution to the many communities across Canada in which it operates by supporting local and national activities, events and organizations. In doing so, the company hopes to help communities be more dynamic and interesting places to live and work.
Read more in the Investors Group Corporate Citizenship Report.
Mackenzie Investments has created the Mackenzie Investments Charitable Foundation, managed by employee volunteers, to invest in organizations and programs aimed at helping communities across Canada and to build a culture of employee giving and volunteering.
Read more on their website.