At Urban Impact, serving our communities and helping charities is one of our pillars.  We have two charitable programs: Shred Events and the Urban Impact Charity Recycling Program. In 2023, Urban Impact supported six local charities helping these charities raise $30,000 with Shred Day Event Fundraisers and the Urban Impact Charity Recycling Program gave back more than $60,000 to local charities. Click here to learn more about Urban Impact Charity Recycling Program.  With both programs, we are able to provide our local communities with financial support and are so proud to do so on behalf of all of our employees.  

We are excited to announce the 2024 Shred Event schedule and the charitable organizations we are supporting this year. This year’s charitable organizations include:

VisionQuest Recovery Society provides supportive recovery housing in a safe, accountable and therapeutic environment. Their goal is to bring equity to low-income and marginalized communities, through education, lifestyle changes, and helping clients to gain insight to assist in successful reintegration back into society.

Communitas is a faith-based, registered charity that supports people of all abilities in a variety of person-centered ways. These supports include home living, community support, employment, respite, and social enterprises in Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, and Vancouver Island. 

White Rock  Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is Canada's national police service who commit to preserve peace, uphold the law and provide quality service.

Laura Secord Elementary School is committed to creating a safe and nurturing environment in which all learners can develop their intellectual, social, emotional, physical, and creative potential in preparation for lifelong learning and success.

PADS supports people with disabilities and community care providers by partnering them with certified assistance dogs.

828 Hurricane Royal Air Cadets Squadron was formed January 16, 1973 and has proudly served the community of South Delta. Since the 828's founding, it is estimated that the squadron has touched the lives of over three thousand youth from the community.

Burnaby Winter Club is a semi-private non-profit hockey club located serving over two hundred members. Founded on May 29, 1956, as the Burnaby Curling Club, this organization has since grown to include hockey and figure skating.

To find out dates and time of these events, please follow this link to the Shred Events calendar. 

Urban Impact is pleased to serve this cross section of communities. 

We look forward to providing one of our drivers and trucks to help our communities shred sensitive documents and raise funds for great causes!