In the Community
Alpine Credits believes in giving back to the communities we work and live in. We’re committed to helping build a healthy, safe and sustainable future for Canadians by giving back whenever possible.
We have a long tradition of supporting worthwhile causes across the country through donations, sponsorships and volunteering.
Home is where the heart is, where special memories are made and where families can come together. At Alpine Credits, we know the power of a home and we feel that power every time we visit Ronald McDonald House. Our work family had so much fun surprising the families at Ronald McDonald House with a treasure hunt. The treasure hunt wasn’t the only surprise we had in store for the families. Watch to find out what happened.
We’re proud supporters of the Calgary Children’s Foundation with a $6,000 donation.
Our annual $5,000 donation to Toy Mountain in support of Salvation Army.
Donating $1,000 to the Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter.
$10,000 supporters of the CKNW Orphan’s Fund.
We’re proud longtime sponsors of Toy Mountain.
At Alpine Credits, we know that teamwork makes all the difference. Muderella 2016 in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
We love receiving thank you notes from our friends at Kids Up Front.
We surprised the families at Ronald McDonald House with a treasure hunt. Everyone got a present and parents received $1,000.
We’re proud to support grassroots organizations with the funds they need.
Our General Manager, Colin, urging QMFM listeners to donate to the Salvation Army.
Our friend Grace got to attend to her very first football game.
A cookie decorating station for the families staying at Ronald McDonald House.
The slide at Ronald McDonald House is so fun, even our EVP had to try it.
We provide new opportunities for kids that deserve it through Kids Up Front.
Our EVP meets with one of the families staying at Ronald McDonald house after we surprised them with a treasure hunt.
We love hosting bake sales for deserving charities like PC Children’s Charity.
Anvil Centre is a gathering place located in the City of New Westminster.
Based in Vancouver, the Lions play their home games at BC Place.
Corus Feeds Kids is Corus’ corporate philanthropic initiative.
Surrey Women’s Centre is a crisis centre for women and girls escaping domestic violence.
Nominate a child between 8-14 years of age to become a junior broadcaster at TSN 1040.
Kids Up Front supports children living with challenging circumstances.
RMH BC provides accommodation for seriously ill children and their families.
Toy Mountain raises money and toys for The Salvation Army.
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