OUR COMMUNITY COMMITMENT
and Corporate Social Responsibility
Making a difference in the community in which we live, work and play is an important objective for our team at goodfellow & schuettlaw.
We strongly believe in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). We strongly support volunteerism and philanthropy can have a significant impact on our community, and we must play a role.
At Goodfellow & Schuettlaw, employees are encouraged to take advantage of opportunities to participate in volunteerism and help their community.
Our team is proud of our commitment to the community.
Kiwanis is an international service club of volunteers founded in 1915 and dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time.
The Brenda Strafford Foundation's core business is seniors care. As a charitable organization established in 1975, The Brenda Strafford Foundation is an innovative force, providing high quality person-centred care and services to optimize well-being and enrich people’s lives. The Foundation leads or supports a variety of projects that drive innovation in seniors health and wellness.
The Foundation also supports local charitable initiatives to serve women and children who are fleeing domestic violence, families at risk of homelessness, and persons in need of health services abroad with clinics in Haiti, Jamaica and Dominica.
Camp Cadicasu is a year-round overnight camp in Kananaskis Country and has been a haven for children for over eight decades. The purpose of the camp is to instill the children and youth of Southern Alberta with confidence, inspire purpose-driven lives, and empower journeys of personal development through nature and environmental stewardship.
Motivate Canada is a national organization focused on building programs and services to inspire Youth-Driven-Development (YDD).
YDD is an approach that has been developed through programs which are all linked to the 6 C’s of developing the youth of our communities across Canada:
Having a sense of self-worth based on one’s ability to make choices and take initiative
Having the ability and motivation to master sound educational and vocational skills to make a living
Having a sense of safety and structure as well as membership and belonging to one’s community
Having a sense of responsibility and accountability and the ability to thrive despite adversity
Having a sense of empathy and a desire to positively impact one’s surroundings
Wishing to contribute ideas, time and talents
Pro Bono Law Alberta (PBLA) is a non-profit charitable organization that promotes access to justice in Alberta by creating and promoting opportunities for lawyers to provide pro bono legal services to persons of limited means.
PBLA is a registered charity whose projects and activities are partly supported by charitable donations from individuals and corporations.
Goodfellow & Schuettlaw is a proud law firm partner with PBLA's Civil Claims Duty Counsel and Queen's Bench Court Assistance programs.