Community Involvement & Donations

Why give back?

Very little would be accomplished without having such a supporting and forward thinking local community. KW, Guelph and surrounding areas are the places I’ve grown up in when I first moved to Canada and I am thrilled new Guelphite after spending majority of my life in Kitchener-Waterloo. Having been part of the local entrepreneurship growth and always developing technology sector, I do my best to give back. Small contributions do make a difference and having that small influence can create future leaders locally, nationally and globally. Below you will find a number of organizations, institutions and causes that I try to give back to. The activities below include past and current participation, donations and volunteering.

Community Involvement by NRDB

  • Nature Guelph
    NRDB Community Involvement - Nature GuelphNew member and contributor to a local organization that helps conserve, educate and engage local community on nature and wildlife.
  • Waterloo Region Small Business Centre
    NRDB Community Involvement - WRSBCVolunteer position at the Waterloo Region Small Business Centre helping aspiring business owners build their digital presence.
  • Play It Forward Program
    NRDB Community Involvement - Play It ForwardParticipate in annual volleyball tournaments organized by Co-edge Sports where the proceeds support underfunded schools for new sports equipment, programs, etc.
  • Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
    NRDB Community Involvement - Perimeter InstituteDonate to the Perimeter Institute to help advance the curiosity, understanding, and participation of new scientific discoveries.
  • Movember Foundation
    NRDB Community Involvement - Movember DonationsGrow a hefty ‘stache during November to raise funds towards ending male health issues.
  • Jumpstart Foundation & NBA Cares
    NRDB Community Involvement - Jumpstart & NBA CaresA one-time program organized by the Canadian Tire organizations where they donated sports equipment to under-served communities when specific sports ball items were purchased.