Giving Back

Force Four Entertainment believes in sharing our success with others in our local community, and around the world.  These are some of the charities who have personally inspired us to support them with our time and money:

 

The Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

supports families who continue to fight for better treatments and a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. Our connection follows our work on the award-winning documentary, 65_RedRoses.

 

The Last Door Addiction Recovery Centre

has been providing its services to adults and youth for close to 30 years. Last Door is well known and respected in the Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment field and recently received the Association of Substance Abuse Programs of BC Award of Excellence in Addictions.

 

HOPE International Development Agency

was established in 1975, and its mission is to enable people in the developed world to connect with people in the poorest communities on earth through compassionate giving and other opportunities to help.

 

Kiva

is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world.

 

Canadian Film Centre

is a leader in mentoring content creators and entrepreneurs in the entertainment and digital media landscapes. With over 100 participants in more than a dozen programs each year, our mandate is to promote and invest in original projects, encourage commercial opportunities and build relationships.

 

Force Four provides local High School Student Scholarships that are given to graduates who have shown personal perseverance while also reaching out to provide assistance to others in need in their community.

For these two charities we offer a matching program, where the company donates an amount equal to that raised by employees and freelancers:

 

SHARE Family & Community Services Society

is a non- profit, independent, community based organization providing food bank programs in response to the social needs of the residents of the Tri-Cities communities in the Greater Vancouver area.

 

The Christmas Bureau

has helped low-income North Shore families and individuals for almost thirty years. Families and individuals celebrate and enjoy the holidays through the distribution of Christmas hampers filled with grocery gift cards, gifts and toys.