We support charities and foundations throughout our communities
Giving back to the communities we serve is the foundation AMC Insurance is built on. We support charities that make positive differences in the lives of fellow British Columbians, whether it be healthcare, education, religious services, or athletics.
One of our biggest areas of support is our blood donation initiative. AMC Insurance believes in blood donation so strongly that employees are given the day off with pay if they would like to donate blood. AMC staff often organizes a group blood donation, when almost all staff attend Canadian Blood Services together to donate.
We are also supporters of The Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation, paying special support to The Tulips For Tomorrow campaign. We help by raising and donating funds that will be used to help build the New Critical Care Tower at SMH, which includes an Emergency Department for Children. AMC Insurance's President cares deeply for this organization, so much so that AMC Insurance has donated over $100,000 to the foundation.
It doesn’t stop there! We also support many other community charities - they include:
Tiny Bundles is a program through the Surrey Food Bank that helps pregnant mothers and newborns get the essentials that they need.
High School Scholarships. We are proud to give out scholarships this June to 9 students throughout the Lower Mainland. This is our inaugural year of issuing scholarships, and we're proud to continue this for many years to come.
Religious Groups. Whether it's Christianity, Sikhism, or any other religion; we encourage faith and help with a monetary donation to religious groups.
Youth Athletics Teams. Physical fitness is an important key to good health, but we realize that not all families can afford to put their children in sports. That's why we donate money to help purchase equipment and subsidize fees to help the less fortunate.
Last but certainly not least, we are also proud to support BC Children’s Hospital, Share Society, and the Canadian Cancer Society.