What is Proud of Our People, Our Business, Our Community?
At Georgian Downs, we recognize that our volunteer efforts and presence in the community is as integral to our business as the operation itself.
As a member of the Great Canadian family, Georgian Downs is humbled by the opportunity be an active community partner in the town of Innisfil and the region.
PROUD of our people, our business, our community is Georgian Downs’ brand that represents our community, volunteering and social responsibility efforts. Simply put, we are PROUD of the positive difference that Georgian Downs can make by supporting local organizations either through time, resources or talent.
PROUD of our people
Our PROUD employee volunteer program allows us as an organization to recognize, encourage and most importantly reward the efforts of our colleagues who volunteer and support their communities. It is because of their charitable endeavours and desire to help their community that we are able to achieve our goal which is to positively impact the various needs, causes and projects that matter the most in our communities.
PROUD of our business
Every year, Great Canadian invests over $2 million in communities across the country. Georgian Down’s PROUD community activities, countless volunteer hours and hundreds of events and fundraisers support this contribution and directly impacts local groups and those that they help.
PROUD of our community
Here is just a short list of some of the charitable organizations Georgian Downs has recently supported:
To learn more about Great Canadian’s support of all of their communities, please click here
Become a PROUD Georgian Downs Community Partner
To help grow our PROUD commitment, we are always looking for opportunities to work with community leaders and organizations that effect positive change, in whatever capacity would be most valuable to them. Here are some common principles and values we look for in a PROUD community partner.
• We look to support groups and organizations whose mandate is local and whose work has a direct impact on their community.
• To create healthy and active relationships in our community, we strive for partnerships rather than a sponsorship.
• We value an organization’s diversity of programs they offer in support of their community.
• We expect groups and organizations to employ sound financial practices and sustainable funding tactics.
We encourage registered charities and non-profit organizations to contact us if they feel they are consistent with these principles, but regrettably we cannot support religious, political or advocacy groups, individual fundraising pursuits, or organizations that are inconsistent with our values.
Where the money goes
Since 1975, Ontario Lottery Gaming Corporation (OLG) has provided nearly $42 billion to the Province and the people of Ontario, and has helped support the operation of hospitals, prevention, treatment and research of problem gambling, as well as charities across the province. For more information on how OLG gives back, click here