KJH Cares

Through our KJH Cares program, we regularly commit time, talent and treasure to charitable organizations in the communities where we live, work and play

To make the greatest impact, we have identified fives areas of focus for our giving. Each year, we invite our clients to guide us by selecting themes that best resonate with their personal philanthropic interests:

Poverty & Homelessness

These charities work hard to alleviate poverty and homelessness by improving the lives of children and youth, supplying food and safe shelter to those in need, and essential supplies for the homeless.

Health & Fighting Disease

These charities make a difference to Canadians living with health and mental illness through medical research and rehabilitation programs. 

Family & Kids

These charities help families and children across Canada. By creating a “home away from home” for sick children, providing educational support and establishing programs and facilities for children living with physical or mental disabilities. 

Environment

These charities protect Canada’s plants and wildlife by establishing protected areas, sustaining our planet for generations to come.

Arts & Culture

Music, theatre and the arts reflect the essence of our culture and support the health and welfare of people in our communities. These charities celebrate and enable local artists to create art in all its forms.

Volunteering & Events

The KJH Cares team participates in events like the ones highlighted below to support our clients’ philanthropic interests.

KJH Partner and Portfolio Manager, Sarah Bull, was proud to walk in The Weekend To Conquer Cancer walk on September 11th in support of The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Sarah took on the role of Ambassador for the Weekend to Conquer Cancer for the second...

Virtual Jack Ride 2021

Virtual Jack Ride 2021

At the end of May, members of the KJH Cares team including Sarah Bull, Brent Keen, Connor Byrne and Jack Norris, participated in the Jack.org virtual charity ride. For many years, KJ Harrison has been a proud supporter of Jack.org’s annual Jack Ride which raises funds...

KJH Cares sponsors Holland Bloorview’s Capes for Kids

KJH Cares sponsors Holland Bloorview’s Capes for Kids

KJH Cares was a proud sponsor of Holland Bloorview's Capes for Kids campaign in March - a campaign that sees thousands of people join forces to fundraise and wear capes around the city. This event helps to make a meaningful difference in the lives of kids...

Beit Halochem Canada

Beit Halochem Canada

Philip Lieberman, Partner & Portfolio Manager at KJ Harrison, took part in the Courage in Motion 500km bike ride in Israel for Beit Halochem Canada. Philip completed the challenging long-distance bike ride alongside a largely Canadian group of cyclists, members of...

KJH Cares team volunteers at WoodGreen Community Services

KJH Cares team volunteers at WoodGreen Community Services

Over Thanksgiving, members of the KJH Cares team volunteered at WoodGreen Community Services to host festive celebrations for seniors at one of their Active Living Centres. Woodgreen is an essential part of the local community doing wonderful work to support people in...

Women Impact Network-WIN

Women Impact Network-WIN

Women Impact Network launches to support local charities. Sarah Bull, Partner and Portfolio Manager at KJ Harrison Investors, noticed a growing interest from her female clients to give back as part of their wealth management plan. This is not surprising considering...

Sporting Life 10K Run for Camp Ooch

Sporting Life 10K Run for Camp Ooch

KJ Harrison is a proud sponsor of the Sporting Life 10K Run for Camp Ooch and members of the KJ Harrison Cares team were on hand participating in the run that raised more than $2 million to send kids to Camp Ooch.  ABOUT CAMP OOCH: Camp Ooch helps kids affected by...

Meals on the Go

Meals on the Go

Through our KJH Cares program, KJ Harrison is pleased to be able to act on behalf of our clients, to help organizations like Ronald McDonald House Charities with their efforts to make a difference for families living with seriously ill children undergoing...