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Giving back.  Corporate Social Responsibility.  Philanthropy.  Making a difference.  Engagement.  There are so many ways that a company can show up in unique ways, to stand out from their competition with customers, clients, employees, and the community.

Why Purpose & Engagement?

  • Consumers care about social responsibility now more than ever

  • You and your company become a philanthropic leader in your community

  • Employee retention and satisfaction

  • Increase brand loyalty

  • Make an impact 

Jocelyn and Rebecca planning a corporate event
Rebecca preparing for a charity event in Edmonton.

But where do you begin?  


We see this overwhelm often with our clients, they want to lead with gratitude and generosity, they want to be intentional in how they give and in the culture they create for their teams, but the overwhelm can often lead to nothing happening because sometimes knowing the first step to take is completely unknown.  That is where we come in.  We love creating purposeful partnerships to bridge the gap between your business and what matters most.  We help you tell your story and curate strategies, campaigns, and experiences that you can be proud of, that are well thought out, considerate, and done on purpose with purpose.  


Purpose & Engagement is intricately woven into our entire business and values, it is incorporated into the events we create as well as its intention of helping businesses with a very well thought out and executed giveback strategy.


We believe that most companies want to give back and want to do good, that they believe that purpose and profit don’t have to be at opposite ends of the spectrum.  When we, as business owners, understand how these two parts of our business can work together, great things can happen.


  • Cause Matching (finding you the perfect charitable partner that aligns with your values)

  • Impact Campaigns

  • Annual Giveback Strategy Development & Execution

  • Staff Gifting & Recognition

  • Team Building

  • Client Experiences

Practicing corporate social responsibility
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