It’s easy to give back when we genuinely care about the wellbeing of our communities, and the people that make them. The Thompson-Nicola region is our home, but our ever-growing family of clients from Vancouver to Fort St. John know that we instill confidence in each community we serve.
The Canadian Home Builders Association works to ensure all Canadians have access to affordable and adequate housing according to their individual needs. In addition they make certain that the interests of homebuyers and homeowners are understood by governments.
The Kamloops Blazers Hockey Club, a member of the Canadian Hockey League, has a rich and successful history dating back over 30 years in Kamloops. The franchise is universally recognized and respected for helping young men develop both as hockey players and as citizens in order for them to move on and play at the highest levels.
Since 1983, Royal Inland Hospital Foundation has committed to carrying on the tradition of raising funds for crucial patient care equipment, students studying health sciences, and other programs. The Royal Inland Hospital (RIH) and regional facilities provide the finest care possible for you, your family, and friends both now and in the future.
The Kamloops Broncos give locals a chance to compete on a nationally recognized stage in football after their high school careers are finished. They also provide families an affordable and entertaining event that appeals to all ages.
Boogie the Bridge is a not-for-profit organization that puts on an annual running event to connect the community and raise awareness around holistic health and positive change. As the largest fitness event in Kamloops, Boogie the Bridge continues to remind the community that movement is change and raises money for various charities.
Kamloops Minor Hockey dedicates itself to the advancement of Amateur Hockey for all individuals registered with the Society. Through progressive leadership they ensure meaningful opportunities and enjoyable experiences in a safe, sportsmanlike environment.
The Kamloops Chamber of Commerce connects members of the community with other businesses, education opportunities, benefits and the government.
The Kamloops Storm are a Junior hockey team and members of the KIJHL.
The Kamloops Festival of the Performing Arts in a non-profit organization that encourages the development of the performing arts in Kamloops. The annual, three week festival which takes place throughout February and March promotes dance, music and speech and dramatic arts.
Club Swimming is a well-established and successful sport in this province. It is also part of a strong national network of close to 500 clubs under the national sport organization, Swimming Canada.
The Kamloops Jr. Blazers is a youth hockey development program designed to help kids reach their maximum potential in the game of hockey.
JDRF has been a leader in the search for a cure to type 1 diabetes for over 40 years. The organization uses funding and advocacy to not only search for a cure, but to improve the lives of those living with type 1 diabetes and to encourage prevention.
The Clearwater & District Minor Hockey Association helps instil a love for hockey in youth. Playing sports like hockey teaches youth the importance of teamwork and exercise, and they get to have fun while they’re at it!
The SPCA helps thousands of animals each year through cruelty investigation, community work, shelter services, veterinary services, adoption services, education, advocacy and more.
Kamloops Minor Baseball instills a love for baseball in youth by organizing teams, season games and tournaments. The Kamloops Minor Baseball league is open to youth aged five to eighteen.
Over the last forty years the KIBIHT has not only hosted some of the top Bantam teams in the world, but also some of the best Bantam aged players in ice hockey.