It is part of our fabric to extend a helping hand to others in our community. We are proud to support the organizations below.
Schultz Frost LLP was proud to participate in the Basketeers challenge coordinated by Ginny Slike from Assisting Women in New Beginnings. Members of our firm came together to donate various household items to women who are victims of domestic abuse and currently live under difficult financial and social circumstances.
Participating in such charitable initiatives not only allows Schultz Frost LLP to grow as a firm but also gives us an opportunity to contribute, in a meaningful way, to the larger Toronto community. If you wish to contribute to this great cause, please follow the link: http://basketeers.org/baskets
Here at Schultz Frost LLP we use every occasion possible to partner with local charities that strive to make our community a better place. All proceeds and donations from our Halloween 2016 event were donated The Scott Mission for their causes. The Scott Mission is well known for programs that strive to help Toronto’s larger community and we are happy to be able to partner with them.
If you would also like to contribute to the amazing work done through The Scott Mission, donations can be made at the following website (see link below). https://www.scottmission.com
Please join us this year for Music Heals 6!
Buy your tickets or donate here: www.hollandbloorview.ca/musicheals
The inaugural Music Heals event took place in 2012, in support of Kadey Schultz and her son Emery, who was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). Funds raised benefit the Biggar Endowment at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital.
2016 marked the 5th Annual Music Heals. With a fabulous night of music from the St. Royals and surprise special guests Josh and Lily performing 'Count on Me", over $62,000 was raised.
Over $295,000 has been raised since 2012.
Fort McMurray Relief
With the enthusiatic support of our industry friends and colleagues, we were able to raise $2,000 for the Canadian Red Cross Fort McMurray Relief by hosting a social get togther in our newly renovated office space.
At Schultz Frost LLP our Articling Students are equally committed to raising monies to support local causes.
In support of the Daily Bread Food Bank, Schultz Frost LLP Articling Students are facing off against other law firm’s articling teams in a friendly competition that will raise funds for Toronto’s neediest residents.
The 2015 Law Firm Challenge (Articling Student Edition) is one of the biggest fundraising events for Daily Bread Food Bank – with a goal to raise $225,000 in 2015.
Schultz Frost LLP articling students have created a food drive, and multiple raffles as well as a firm-wide Mini Putt Tournament. The Tournament will culminate on December 10, 2015 with a final “putt-off” and the presentation of the Schultz Frost Mini-Putt Championship trophy.
If you would like to contribute to the cause, as part of the Schultz Frost team, donations can be made at the following dailybread.ca website (see link below) Once there, select Schultz Frost LLP from the list and complete the form.
Every donation made makes a direct impact to the thousands of individuals and families that rely on a Daily Bread member agency food bank or meal program in the Toronto area.
*All donations of $10 and up will receive a tax receipt.
Let your hair down in Movember
Movember is in full swing at Schultz Frost LLP, with the “men of” showing some serious dirt on their upper lip.
Like the Movember Foundation, we believe in taking action! Facial hair is in full growth mode and fundraising is in full swing with team members at Schultz Frost LLP participating in individual and team sites.
For the final donation drive, staff bid to "shave a stache" on December 1. Needless to say (see video below) it was great finale to a successful drive.
The Movember Foundation is a global charity committed to men living happier, healthier, longer lives. Since 2003, millions have joined the men’s health movement, raising $677 million and funding over 1,000 programs focusing on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental health and physical inactivity.
“We’re creating positive change for men’s health by raising awareness and educating men year-round, and through our take-over of the month formerly known as November.”
Join us in supporting this vital charity. Grow a “stache” to raise awareness – and live a little healthier.
Mobilizing For A Cure
Since the inception of WICC in 1996, with the help of the entire insurance industry and its supporters, over $11,000,000 has been raised in support of cancer research and education. This has been achieved from industry support at a variety of WICC functions, including dinners, learning breakfasts, concerts, relays, golf tournaments, as well as the purchase of WICC candles, CDs and other products. In addition, numerous individuals, companies and associations within and related to the insurance industry have held or sponsored events specifically to raise funds for WICC or directed the proceeds of their annual events to WICC.
The involvement of all WICC supporters and volunteers has made it possible for WICC to achieve its Mission: To mobilize the Canadian Insurance Industry in the fight against cancer by focusing on cancer research, support and education.
The inaugural Music Heals event took place in 2012, in support of Kadey Schultz and her son Emery, now eight, who was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). Funds raised benefit the Biggar Endowment at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital.
In 2015, Kadey announced her goal of raising $1,000,000 for the Biggar Endowment for Muscular Dystrophy by the time Emery is 18. In 2012, $20,000 was raised at this event and, in 2013, the number jumped to $38,000. In 2014, it increased again to $45,000, but it didn’t stop there. Music Heals ignited a fundraising challenge, which raised $100,000 by November 1, 2014. As a result, a private donor contributed a further $75,000 to the Biggar Endowment. Through Music Heals and everyone’s efforts, the Biggar Endowment has now received over $233,000 since Emery’s diagnosis.