Affiliated Charities

Meet the carefully selected charities that benefit from your purchase of any TAGE product. Along with your help, these organizations make a HUGE impact on the Vancouver communities they serve.


The Douglas College Foundation

Since 1985, Douglas College Foundation has been devoted to helping our students explore and discover new passions, new strengths and new dreams. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, we are able to expand educational opportunities for students by supporting scholarships, awards, bursaries, and special projects.

One of the Foundation’s long-time supporters is Brook Pooni Associates. Gary Pooni established the Amrik Pooni Scholarship in 2014 to honour his father’s passion for education and giving back. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student at Douglas College who has achieved high academic standing and who demonstrates commitment and involvement within their community.

Through this relationship, the Foundation is now working with TAGE on a project that will support the Douglas College 50thanniversary celebrations in 2020.

Learn more about The Douglas College Foundation

Vancouver Canucks Alumni Association

"The Vancouver Canucks Alumni is made up of former hockey players, coaches and administrators and has over 100 members and associates in the Greater Vancouver area. The mandate of the alumni association is "to work for the improvement of personal relationships among all members of the hockey fraternity, to provide financial and other forms of assistance to members of the hockey community and their families, when in need, to support charitable causes, primarily youth orientated, and to generally promote the game of ice hockey at all levels". The alumni interacts with the NHL Canucks in most of the team's charitable and community fundraisers and operates a schedule of its own benefit hockey games and golf tournaments throughout the Lower Mainland and beyond." 

Learn more about the Vancouver Canucks Alumni Association

LiveBIG Fundraiser

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