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#BrightWayForward

On February 23, 2015, we launched our new sponsorship and community investment platform, Bright Way Forward. The new platform is rooted in the belief that building up confident, optimistic individuals who take positive action in their lives will help form the backbone of strong communities.

Tangerine will support programs that inspire self-esteem, teamwork and leadership, and encourage a sense of belonging and acceptance — essential ingredients to creating a bright way forward today and tomorrow.



Our Partners

Tangerine is working with organizations across the country to help empower Canadians. Whether it’s helping youth develop self-esteem and leadership skills on a basketball court, delivering mentorship and career building skills to new Canadians looking for work, or delivering healthy food and food education, our partners help promote a sense of self-confidence, belonging and empowerment.



Our Program Ambassador

​We’ll still be cheering for Steve long after he steps off the court. As Program Ambassador for Bright Way Forward, Steve is helping to empower more than 500,000 Canadians, including helping 15,000 kids across Canada develop leadership skills, sportsmanship and a love for the game through Steve Nash Youth Basketball. His contributions, both on and off the court, are why we’re proud to be his partner. #ThanksNash

Steve Nash

Two-time NBA MVP, General Manager of Canada senior men’s national basketball team

“Tangerine’s support will help us provide skills, teamwork and leadership coaching to more than 15,000 kids in communities across Canada. By teaming up with Canada Basketball and all of these incredible charities, there's no doubt this initiative will help inspire and make a positive difference in the lives of countless Canadians by giving them a Bright Way Forward.”

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Steve Nash

Two-time NBA MVP, General Manager of Canada senior men’s national basketball team

“Tangerine’s support will help us provide skills, teamwork and leadership coaching to more than 15,000 kids in communities across Canada. By teaming up with Canada Basketball and all of these incredible charities, there's no doubt this initiative will help inspire and make a positive difference in the lives of countless Canadians by giving them a Bright Way Forward.”



See how we’re helping to empower more than 500,000 Canadians

​Tangerine is committed to providing financial resources and volunteer hours to help our partners effectively deliver programs and initiatives that inspire self-confidence, leadership, belonging and acceptance. We believe that optimistic individuals who feel empowered to take positive action in their lives will help form the backbone of strong communities - creating a bright way forward, today and tomorrow.

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The Road to a #BrightWayForward

On June 10, 2016, program ambassador Steve Nash boarded a bus full of Tangerine employee volunteers for a city-wide tour called ‘The Road to a #BrightWayForward’. This special day saw the group pay visits to three local charity partners – ACCES Employment, FoodShare and Youth Without Shelter – to lend a helping hand and highlight the importance of community volunteerism.

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YMCA Camp Cedar Glen Friends & Family Event

On June 8, 2016, close to 175 Tangerine employees and their friends and family helped prepare YMCA Camp Cedar Glen for the summer camp session. Our youngest volunteers had a lot of fun doing archery, wall climbing, learning how to build a shelter and going on a nature walk. It was a rewarding day for these 6- to 13-year-olds. 

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Vancouver Community Gym

Tangerine Community Gyms give young Canadians the chance to learn new skills, build self-confidence, practise teamwork and demonstrate leadership. On May 15, 2016 , together with Canada Basketball and UNITY Charity, 160 Vancouver area kids participated in this fun and empowering half-day experience of basketball and life skills. 

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Youth Without Shelter Mural Project with UNITY Charity

For homeless young people, Youth Without Shelter (YWS) provides a safe haven. On May 4, 2016, Tangerine staff, alongside UNITY Charity – another #BrightWayForward partner – transformed the outdoor space of the YWS house with an amazing mural designed by the youth of YWS. 

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FoodShare Good Food Box Program

The Good Food Box program is a subsidized fresh produce distribution program in Toronto that features locally grown seasonal products whenever possible as well as international favourites, at a price that is more affordable than retail stores. In May 2016, our Toronto office became a location for this program. Staff can purchase food boxes directly through the office program. 

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YMCA Camp Cedar Glen

On March 22, 2016, Tangerine employees participated in a day of muddy activities to get the camp ready for the spring season. The group prepared the greenhouse by building large tables for the indoor crops, preparing seeds and polishing the windows.

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Recipe for Change

On February 25, 2016, our #BrightWayForward partner FoodShare held its 7th annual Recipe for Change event at Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market. FoodShare promotes healthy food and food literacy in schools, and their Recipe for Change event raises funds and awareness for the cause. Tangerine was the presenting sponsor of the event.

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Steve Nash Assist

Steve Nash joined the Tangerine team at Toronto’s Yonge-Dundas Square on February 11, 2016 to celebrate the launch of our Steve Nash Assist program, in support of Tangerine’s #BrightWayForward partner Steve Nash Youth Basketball. From February 11 to March 31, new Clients received a $50 Bonus for opening a Tangerine Account, and Tangerine also donated $50 to the program for each Bonus.

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Tokens4Change

February 5, 2016, marked the Annual Tokens4Change fundraising campaign in support of our #BrightWayForward partner Youth Without Shelter (YWS). Each year, YWS volunteers and sponsors take over Toronto subway stations to engage with subway riders to raise money and awareness about youth homelessness. 

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FoodShare

New employees at Tangerine participate in a comprehensive three-day orientation that includes a day-long Orange in the Community volunteer event. To date, our new team members have helped FoodShare prepare for its Big Crunch fundraiser by organizing the storage facility for new donations, while a separate group assisted in the kitchen with food and preparation and other kitchen duties.

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Youth Without Shelter

As part of Tangerine’s comprehensive three-day orientation, new employees participated in a day-long Orange in the Community volunteer event at Youth Without Shelter. The new employees sorted new in-kind donations and assisted with post-event logistics following the Tokens4Change fundraising event. 

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Vancouver Community Gym

On March 29, 2015, Tangerine hosted its first Community Gym in Vancouver. In partnership with Canada Basketball, UNITY Charity and the YMCA of Greater Vancouver, empowerment and basketball skills training programs were delivered to 150 youths in the Vancouver area. 

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Toronto Community Gym

On April 15, 2015, Tangerine hosted a Community Gym in Toronto with partners Canada Basketball, UNITY Charity and the YMCA of Greater Toronto. The day included empowerment and basketball skills programs for over 200 youths, as well as a visit from Ambassador. 

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Recipe for Change

On February 26, 2015, FoodShare filled St. Lawrence Market in Toronto with more than 30 chefs and beverage partners serving some of the best food in the city. The event raised more than $55,000 in support of FoodShare’s work in schools. 

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Cover Me Urban

On April 1, 2015, a sold-out crowd of 350+ guests beatboxed, stomped, painted and savoured food and drink as Toronto’s urban scene came alive through Cover Me Urban at Glass Factory. A truly inspiring $100,306 was raised and will be invested in Youth Without Shelter’s five key support programs, ending homelessness one youth at a time, one step at a time. 

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Tokens4Change

On Friday February 6, 2015 over 450 volunteers came together and raised $91,124 for Youth Without Shelter at the 5th annual Tokens4Change event. 

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Steve Nash Youth Basketball

Steve Nash Youth Basketball supports community recreational groups and schools to help more than 15,000 youth across Canada develop fundamental skills, sportsmanship and a love for the game.