Charity

"What goes around comes around".

A person's actions, whether good or bad, will often have consequences for that person.  Whatever we do, we should provide positive contribution to others or mother nature.  We believe in contributing to our community and make the world a better place to be. 

The initial consultation fees cost $250.00 per hour and this fees could be waived if a minimum of $50.00 contribution is made to a registered charitable  organization.  Please make sure you keep the receipt for income tax purposes. 

 

Also, a FREE consultation session is offered if you have volunteered for any not-for-profit organization for three hours.  Once you have done that, please send us a message in the "Contact" page and our team member will contact you.

Here are the list of some recommended  charities:

"The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia."  - BCSPCA

"EARTHSAVE CANADA is a Vancouver-based registered charity since 1992 (founded in 1989). [They] advocate the move towards a more whole food, plant-based diet for environmental sustainability, better health, and compassion toward animals. " - EARTH SAVE

"The Richmond Animal Protection Society (RAPS) is a registered charity that operates the City of Richmond Animal Shelter and, independently, one of North America’s largest cat sanctuaries. RAPS is proud to be a no-kill organization, which is among the reasons we have built a strong and devoted community of animal-loving allies." - RAPS

"World Vision helps children, their families, and their communities by responding to the root causes of poverty.

Changing children's lives is about more than putting in a well here or a school there. It’s about:

  • building up communities, responding to the root causes of poverty and creating resilience.

  • encouraging parents to send their boys and girls to school.

  • creating rewarding work opportunities for adults so that children aren’t at risk of being sent to do dangerous jobs.

  • finding out what a community needs and how best to respond."

-World Vision