Heights Laser Centre is Committed to Giving Back to Our Community
At Heights Laser Centre, we understand the value of being a positive contributor to our local and global community. Giving back to the community is our way of saying thank you. As successful members of the community, it is our responsibility to help those who we can help. We happily do our part to contribute to the benefit of others.
World Partnership Walk
The World Partnership Walk raises funds and awareness to fight global poverty. It began in 1985 by a small team of Vancouver women who were originally from Asia and Africa. They voluntarily started raising funds for global poverty by walking and fundraising. Originally, they were joined by 1,000 other walkers and raised $55,000 in donations.
Today, the World Partnership Walk is Canada’s largest annual event dedicated to raising funds and awareness to fight global poverty. Since 1985, they have raised over $70 million for international development programs and initiatives. In 2011, 40,000 people in 10 cities across Canada raised almost $7 million.
Our team has taken part in the Global Walk for Poverty since 2011. We walked along thousands of Vancouverites to raise funds to increase awareness and to fight global poverty. 100% of funds raised by the World Partnership Walk go directly to fund international development projects. Not one cent is spent on administration.
The Heights Laser Centre is proud to have raised $9,906.00 since 2011 to help end global poverty. Our donations have been raised from a portion of our Botox® and Juvederm® services.
Thanks to our team, our supporters and everyone who donated. You helped make our walks a success!
The GVFBS is a non-profit organization that provides assistance to over 28,000 people weekly and over 100 community agenices located in Vancouver, Burnaby, New West and North Vancouver. The GVFBS is committed to its vision of accessible, healthy and sustainable food for all and through community collaboration, is pro-actively working to help end hunger.
Since 1985 the BC Chapter of the Variety Club has raised over $170 million for children who have special needs, and their families, across B.C. Providing grants for life-saving, life-changing and life-enriching equipment and supplies.