Giving Back

Ronald McDonald House

Diversified Staffing greatly values the services offered by The Ronald McDonald House. Our donations to the “Rock the House Run” go towards providing a compassionate home away from home that improves lives of seriously ill children and their families.

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Jeans Day Fund

Every Friday Diversified Staffing employees can wear jeans to work when they
contribute $2 to a charitable cause. Below are a few of our recent recipients:

Canadian Cancer Society
KidSport
Fondation Cure Foundation
Camp Kerry
Right To Play
mustard-seed
Heart and Stroke Foundation
DI Employment Services
Canadian Blood Services
myeloma

Calgary Counselling Centre

Diversified Staffing is in their second decade of work with Calgary Counselling Centre. We take pride in our work with Calgary Counseling Centre to develop an understanding of their exact staff requirements, and providing high quality candidates.

G.R.I.T Society of Calgary

The G.R.I.T program is a non-profit Early Childhood Education Program for preschool children with disabilities. Their programs provide education and therapy in the child’s own home. The G.R.I.T. Society of Calgary works with parents and educates the family as well as assisting the child.

In 2011, Diversified Staffing helped sponsor the Pinebrook Charity ProAm to help raise funds for this valuable program.

Champions Career Centre

Champions Career Centre helps the one in six Albertans with disabilities have full and equal access to career and employment opportunities. Champions helps both clients and employers to overcome workplace challenges to meet diversity standards, create mutually beneficial placements and ensure a positive, supportive workplace environment.

Champions is a pan-disability agency, which means we work with people who have visible or invisible disabilities. Visible disabilities include mobility issues and visual impairment. Invisible disabilities include hearing impairment, learning disabilities, chronic pain, diabetes, anxiety and depression.

Over the years we have connected thousands of people to the right job and helped many employers recruit and retain top talent with disabilities. Clients tell us Champions is a supportive environment. Employers tell us Champions helps by keeping their bottom-line in mind. Both tell us they appreciate how we create a truly customized approach to all we do.

Alberta’s Promise: Making Alberta a Great Place for Kids

Today’s children and youth are Alberta’s future — and we all have a vital role in bringing that future to life.

Chaired by the Premier of Alberta, Alberta’s Promise was founded in 2003 on the belief that all young people in Alberta should have the opportunity to realize their full potential. With more than 1,300 partners, Alberta’s Promise inspires ideas, actions and investment between businesses, not-for-profit agencies and communities to benefit children and youth.

By providing information and support to businesses and facilitating partnerships with agencies, Alberta’s Promise makes it easy for business to invest resources in child and youth programs that align with their interests and that support the priorities of the communities in which they operate

Every family, every company and every community in Alberta benefits when we work together to keep our promises to young people.