Corporate Social Responsibility
As a natural extension of our core and leadership values, Global Warranty is committed to corporate social responsibility. We continuously strive to improve quality of life for communities near and far by contributing to a number or organizations, causes and relief efforts around the world.
Thinking about the future and building relationships are important to Global Warranty.
We support the following organizations
Adventures In Missions (AIM)
An interdenominational mission’s organization that focuses on discipleship. AIM emphasizes prayer and relationships in our work amongst the poor. Since AIM was established in 1989, it has taken over 80,000 people into the mission field, some for as short as a week and others for as long as a year or longer.
Africa Missions Canada
An international Christian organization with a mandate to heal the brokenhearted, to provide liberty to those who are oppressed and transform the lives of the less privileged people of Africa. Their vision is to promote the spread of the gospel in Africa and around the world; to promote the development of sustainable holistic programs; to provide services that improve the quality of life of children, youth, and families in Africa.
Since 1974, Childcan has been providing families across southwestern and northwestern Ontario with support when faced with the news their child has cancer. They raise awareness and funds to provide these families with programs, services, and further research to improve childhood cancer treatments.
Eagle’s Nest was founded by a member of the Delaware Nation, and continues to be an Indigenous-led treatment foster care agency that is connected to traditional cultures, ceremonies and ways. Eagle’s Nest provides foster homes and related support services for children, youth and their families. The clinical leadership program managers are Indigenous, and two-thirds of the foster parents and staff are Indigenous. Individuals on the staff group speak Cree, Anishinabek and Ojibway.
Jubilance Ministries is a not-for-profit organization that builds teams of singers, musicians, and support people into faithful disciples and servants of Christ who will share His love through music, testimonies and preaching of the Word of God in Canada and abroad. They have taken over 1,000 people, both young and old to Eastern & Western Europe, Asia, Caribbean, South America, USA and across Canada, 50 countries to date since 1982. During that time, they have held more than 1,300 concerts.
Kids Alive International
A unique approach to caring for children who are in difficult, often harsh, circumstances in some of the toughest places around the world. In addition to providing food and shelter, they invest in every part of a child’s life
London Christian Academy
Educating children from London, Ontario and the surrounding rural areas for over 30 years. The school is affiliated with the Ontario Alliance of Christian Schools; a Christian School Organization comprised of over 80 Christian schools from across Ontario. London Christian Academy strives to provide an educational atmosphere that incorporates a Christian worldview while fostering a positive self-concept in every student; direct the academic, spiritual, social aesthetic, and physical growth of all students and maintain a strong financial foundation to support long term stability and growth.
Mission Services of London
A Christian faith-based social service agency with a focus on serving those who struggle with poverty and homelessness. Opening doors of hope with compassion for those seeking emergency shelter and support, by offering safe shelter, food, clothing and rehabilitation. In addition to providing traditional accommodation and meals, the Men’s Mission & Rehabilitation Centre also offers rehabilitation counseling, chapel services and men’s clothing room.
Operation Walk Canada Inc.
A not-for-profit, volunteer medical service organization providing total joint replacement surgery to patients who live in developing countries and who due to social, political or economic factors have little or no access to care for their debilitating bone and joint diseases, the more common of which is osteoarthritis.
Pathfinders in the Marketplace
Founded by Bob Black, Pathfinders in the Marketplace is a website devoted to exploring scripture, and developing a community of support for faith leaders to develop their skillsets and share resources with one another. Bob’s goal is to explore what it truly means to live by the word of God.
Ronald McDonald House of Southwestern Ontario
Providing a welcome, supportive and secure environment to out-of-town families of seriously ill or injured children who are in London receiving medical treatment from any of the area’s health care centres. It is a place where families can be together and kids can share experiences with others who are just like them.
St. John's Privateers Major Midget Hockey Club
The Male U16 team will compete at the (QMJHL) Quebec Major Junior League Excellence Challenge in Blainville-Brosand, QC. Teams will compete for the QMJHL Gold Cup. Click here for more information.
Teen Challenge Canada
A residential alcohol and drug addiction faith-based program with centres located in Alberta, Atlantic Canada, Saskatchewan and Ontario. Offering help and hope to those struggling with alcoholism and/or addiction to other drugs. Addicts, alcoholics, their family and friends, begin their restoration at Teen Challenge.
The Rock On Campus (ROC)
The Rock on Campus is a Christian based charity organization with professional chaplains that encounters students daily to engage them in conversations about faith. Students develop of sense of meaning and purpose as they prepare to share the message of God’s love with society.
The War Amps
A Canadian nation-wide registered charitable organization operated under the direction of war amputees. Counselling, self-help and practical assistance
World Vision Canada
A Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. As followers of Jesus, they are motivated by God’s love to serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.
Youth For Christ (YFC) Canada
This organization has a distinctive history of youth evangelism. In the early 1940s during World War II, many young men, mostly ministers and evangelists, held large rallies in Canada, England and the United States. Ministries stemming from the Chapters include drop-in centres, Campus Life programs, Teen moms outreach and support, Institutional ministries, urban street youth ministry, missions trips/work projects, Bus ministries, sports outreach events, crisis line support, music groups and discipleship growth groups.