Community Involvement


Raising the Roof

Raising the Roof provides national leadership on long-term solutions to homelessness through partnership and collaboration with diverse stakeholders, investment in local communities, and public education. Over the last few years Premiere Mortgage Centre has been a big supporter of this charity.

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Blue Door

Blue Door, a not-for-profit registered charitable agency governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, has been an integral part of our community providing emergency housing for the homeless population of York Region. As the region has grown, so too have the services of our organization. Initiated as a shelter for single men, Blue Door has expanded to include emergency housing programs for families and youth.

The Fight to End Cancer

Featuring a new group of white-collar men and women each year, with no prior boxing experience, Fight to End Cancer’s annual black-tie gala concludes months of their intense training.  It is true Olympic-style boxing, and they celebrate both the training and the hard work in achieving their personal fundraising goals.  Fight to End Cancer has quickly grown to become a premium fundraiser and showcases these brave individuals, as they lace up their gloves and step into our ring to help knock out cancer.

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The Daily Bread Food Bank

The Daily Bread Food Bank is a non-denominational charity organization that strives to end hunger in urban communities. The organization is based in Toronto and feeds thousands of low-income people a year.

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Habitat for Humanity

Habitat is a national, non-profit organization working towards a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. They bring communities together to help families build strength, stability, and independence through affordable homeownership. Premiere is a great supporter of Habitat and we have attended builds for the last 7 years.

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The DAM partners with youth to create an inclusive community where all are welcomed, valued and respected. Adolescence is a difficult time of life, and many young people seek an understanding of where they belong.  In The Dam, everyone finds belonging, a basic human need. From the safety of being part of something, they find connections to friends, values and their self-worth. It is then that they can grow, gain confidence, and become leaders.