Christine Lagun outside Windsor castle

Royal recognition for giving back

Regional councilor, Christine Lagun, received an honor like no other for her volunteer work using Foresters grants.
Mid adult mom and her elementary age son sort food items received during a food drive. The little boy is placing a jar of peanut butter into a donation box.

Make volunteering a family tradition

Volunteering feels great. Let’s do it together with a Foresters Community Volunteer grant!
Two women sitting and chatting

How to be a community builder

Ways to give back and connect with others, and how you can do even more as a Foresters member leader.
Three women talking to each other

Want to inspire change that matters? Apply to become a member leader!

Put yourself forward for a Branch Councillor role and make a real difference.
A group of volunteers taking a selfie

Making a difference, thanks to you!

How our members can take action to make the world a better, healthier place.
Two people handling disaster relief supplies

Celebrating Red Cross Month by giving back

It’s Red Cross Month, and that means recognizing all the hard work that volunteers do to make a difference. Here’s how you can celebrate this month and encourage a more supportive world.
Woman sewing menstrual pads

Women’s History Month: Stories about ending period poverty

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re spotlighting member stories about women working to end period poverty and fight gender bias and inequality alongside charitable organizations.
June2019-Community service projects for introverts

Community service projects for introverts

It’s a common misconception that introverts don’t like people. According to Psychology Today1, introverts can be very warm and interested in others—and even enjoy...