The Cooper team has hosted over the years a company-wide Food Drive to collect canned goods for those who need it most in our communities. This initiative has brought our national branch network together instilling teamwork and comradery, while also empowering our teams to make a local impact to better serve our local communities.
In 2018, our Cooper Cares program was brought to life by our Calgary team, with the intention of delivering a little extra help to our local communities.
Since then, the Cooper Cares initiative has developed across the country with our branch teams supporting local food and clothing drives, assisting in soup kitchens, aiding in the development of community gardens and sporting facilities and volunteering at events. Throughout Cooper there is a collective goal to give back to our local community. Which is how Cooper Cares has evolved into our dedication to support those who need it most. Cooper also participates in national company-wide events such as the Steps for Life Walk and Movember. From British Columbia to Atlantic Canada, Cooper’s support can be felt across the country.
George Hull Centre for Children and Families Mental health is an important cause for Cooper, especially as it pertains to children. A number of our team members are parents themselves, and all parents want to see their children healthy and thriving. Though awareness is improving, mental health is often an under-funded and under-acknowledged issue and …
In 2020 Cooper participated in our first company-wide Movember challenge! The Cooper team enthusiastically smashed our $5,000 fundraising goal by raising a total of $5,610 in support of Men’s health!
In 2021 Cooper participated in our first company-wide Steps for Life fundraiser walk! The Cooper team beat our $5,000 fundraising goal by raising a total of $6,490 to support Threads of Life programs!
Every year, the Cooper Sudbury team loves to host the Sudbury Clothing Drive which collects winter clothing items for those in need. This initiative has not only helped countless individuals and families in the Sudbury and surrounding area. It has also brought together the Sudbury community year after year, which has collected over 30,000 winter clothing items in the past 3 years!