TBT Engineering is a proud sponsor of the 8th annual Hike for Hospice campaign, organized and put on by Hospice Northwest.
Hike for Hospice 2019 occurs annually on the first Sunday of May. This event kicks off National Palliative Care Week and helps build up awareness and raise funds to ensure individuals and families living with a life-threatening illness receive support.
TBT Engineering is a proud sponsor of the Lake Helen Junior Braves Atom hockey team. The Jr. Braves Atom team recently travelled to Mississauga,ON to participate in the Little Native Hockey League -LNHL Tournament!
Since its inception in 1971, the LNHL tournament has been a huge success resulting in a very position experience for Ontario First Nation children, youth and communities.
It started off as a small idea; and from there it just kept on growing…
If you haven’t already heard of Roots to Harvest… they are an incorporated, not-for-profit organization based in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Their Mission is to provide transformative educational opportunities for youth to engage with local agriculture and cultivate healthy communities. Their vision is of a future where youth are leaders, connecting a diverse community and cultivating food that’s healthy and accessible.
TBT Engineering (TBTE) has been a proud Supporter of Roots to Harvest for over five years and believes in what the Organization is trying to accomplish through it’s annual garden program. In 2015, TBT Engineering also took part in our first ever Matterhorn Madness (Run up Mt. Baldy), with proceeds raised from the event going to support Roots to Harvest!
We look forward to continuing our support for this wonderful program which not only enriches our community but also enriches learning!
For the latest information on Roots to Harvest, or to find out how you or your organization can get involved, visit the link below:
Skills Ontario with sponsorship from TBT Engineering is looking to bring their annual Young Women’s Event to Thunder Bay & Kenora in 2017. The goal of the event is to bring the message of trades and technology based careers to as many young women living in the region as possible! TBT Engineering is once again getting involved by committing $3,000.00 for next year’s event. We encourage other area businesses to please get involved by contacting Skills Ontario (www.skillsontario.com) or by following them on Facebook and Twitter.
TBT Engineering recently donated $1,000.00 to The Nature Conservancy of Canada (www.natureconservancy.ca) in order to help them in their ongoing effort to protect and preserve the natural spaces located on the north shore of Lake Superior near Trout Bay. This mixed forest region which is home to many species of wide-ranging mammals and migrating waterfowl is considered a high priority area for conservation by the NCC.
If anyone would like to learn more about the NCC or get involved through a donation of their own, please visit the link below: