“Anthem’s Giving Strategy is based on the belief that community issues, big and small, cannot be solved by budget constrained governments alone; that if private enterprise contributes with creativity and capital as well, the world will become a better place faster.”

—Eric Carlson, Core Founder and CEO

Homework Club

Vancouver Homework Club Society, working at Britannia Secondary School, supports the academic, social and developmental skills of inner city high school students by providing qualified tutors; a warm, inviting supervised room for students to study after school hours; and active support and advocacy for students both in and out of school.



Project Chef

Cook Healthy Edible Food is an experiential, curriculum-based school program aimed at children in K to 7 that teaches students about healthy food: where it comes from, what it tastes like, how to prepare it and how to enjoy sharing it around a table.



Foster Eastman is a Vancouver artist passionate about examining Canada’s involvement in Afghanistan.  He has been creating art to support the Invictus Games, an international sporting event for soldiers and veterans injured or wounded during active duty.



Dedicated to ensuring that residents in Vancouver have access to safe, decent affording housing and the support they need to make a difference in their lives.



Transforming Ethiopia through education, imagine1day builds schools and leaders for tomorrow. Their goal is to ensure Ethiopia will emerge as a global education leader. Anthem recently helped imagine1day build the Tulle Ade Primary School for children from 0 class to Grade 8.



Lions Gate Hospital Foundation

Created to inspire giving in support of the highest quality healthcare by improving patient care, enhancing staff knowledge, improving people’s experience at LGH and engaging the community.



RESOLVE’s mission is to create affordable rental housing with support for up to 3,000 vulnerable and homeless Calgarians. Nine social service agencies are working together in this first-of-its-kind collaborative campaign to make these homes a reality. RESOLVE is built on the proven “Housing First” approach – providing individuals with the stability of a home first, coupled with the support they need to live healthy lives.


Courage to Come Back Awards

The Coast Mental Health Courage to Come Back awards honour the everyday heroes who have overcome illness or adversity and quietly go about making the world a better place for all of us.  Anthem is proud to be a sponsor.


Georgia Simmerling

Georgia is a rare three time Canadian Olympian who competes in track cycling in the summer and ski cross in the winter.  She recently won a bronze medal in team pursuit cycling at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.  Anthem is Georgia’s longest sponsor in her pursuit of excellence.