For the fifth year, Edmonton colleagues spent the day working for Catholic Social Services, undertaking numerous projects at Safe House.
Colleagues from Lethbridge spent the day at the Food Bank to offer their time, talent, and financial support to this local organization.
Lloydminster colleagues spent Social Responsibility Day once again volunteering at the Lloydminster Interval Home, which provides services to thousands of women and children in crisis.
This year Ottawa colleagues split into groups to volunteer at two organizations, including the Ottawa Mission and the local food bank.
Regina colleagues joined the Saskatchewan chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society to help prepare for their annual Relay for Life event.
The Toronto colleagues volunteered at Portland Place, a charity that provides support for men, women, and families who face a range of ongoing challenges.
Vancouver colleagues spent the day at the Ishtar Transition Housing Society, a transition house that is a safe residence for women and their children to seek shelter when fleeing abuse.
Windsor colleagues spent their first-ever Social Responsibility Day supporting Hiatus House, a not-for-profit shelter for women and their families who are escaping abusive relationships.
Due to the wildfires, Fort McMurray colleagues had a circumstantially different Social Responsibility Day this year, instead assisting their communities during the emergency evacuations by loading planes.