Here at the Ravi Singh Team we value the importance of giving back to the community. Please take a look and familiarize yourself on the charities that we support and learn more about these inspirational causes.  

 


The Childrens Miracle Network is an non-profit organization that raises funds to over 170 children's hospitals. Re/Max is a major partner and assists in providing funds for research, education and medical care that helps over 17 million children every year.


The Underwear Affair is an organization that brings awareness to cancers below the waist. Cancers below the waist do not get the attention that other forms of cancers do, due to fear or simply embarrassment. This charity is wonderful in raising funds to bring awareness and finding cures.  



The Heart and Stroke Foundation is an organization that strides to eliminate heart disease and stroke. Its mission is to promote a healthy and active lifestyle in order to combat health issues such as these.




The White Ribbon Campaign (WRC) is the largest effort in the world of men working to end violence against women (VAW). Both men and women support this non-profit organization nationally. Their focus is on educating men and boys on the harmful effects of violence against women.



The Breast Cancer Campaign aims to find a cure for breast cancer. This disease is the most common out all cancers. 1 out of 3 women who have cancer have breast cancer. The efforts done by the BCC have promoted the proper screening so that the chances of getting this cancer are decreased. Wear pink to support this amazing charity!



The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada (CCFC) is a national not-for-profit voluntary medical research Foundation. Its mission is to find the cure for inflammatory bowel disease. To achieve its mission, the Foundation is committed to raising increasing funds for medical research. To date, the Foundation has invested more than $61 million in major medical research projects.




The Alison De Silva Red Tie Affair is a charity gala that honours the late Alison De Silva and supports Sick Kids Hospital. Alison De Silva lost the battle to intestinal failure. She has been an inspiration to families coping with children with this disease. This charity helps in research and care for sick children.

"I like to think of life as a Ferris wheel, full of ups and downs. Whenever one side is down, there is always another side going up and it doesn't really matter which side you're on because as we can see here, you have family and friends on all sides." - Alison De Silva



A unique national fundraising event across Canada that brings together organizations working together in hospice palliative care to raise funds and awareness in their community.