Throughout Canada, thousands of volunteers engage in BAPS Charities Walkathons annually to support their local communities.View
BAPS Charities announced a new partnership with the William Osler Health System Foundation by presenting a cheque for $25,000 in support of health research activities.View
Whether it’s an accident, surgery or disaster, every minute of every day someone needs blood to survive. BAPS Charities has been actively answering this urgent and continuing need by organizing blood donation drives for the benefit of one and all at locations throughout North America.View
Providing an avenue for medical professionals to share important preventative care measures, BAPS Charities organizes lectures in many cities to bring greater awareness of healthier living habits.View
BAPS Charities Fort McMurray Wildfires Relief EffortsView
BAPS Charities Children’s Health and Safety Days encourage dialogue between children and their families about healthy living while providing children with the tools and resources to make better lifestyle choices: to be against bullying, be healthy, and be safe in a technology-driven world.View
BAPS Charities, Canada donates $100,000 to Princess Margaret Cancer CentreView
Annual Health Fairs in cities throughout the United States provide a convenient platform for physicians, technicians and other medical professionals to volunteer their expertise and provide medical care and advice to the increasing number of people who may lack access to quality health care.View
BAPS Charities donates $100,000 to Sick Kids Foundation to support the construction of a state-of-the-art Research and Learning Center.View
Throughout Canada, thousands of volunteers engage in BAPS Charities Walkathons annually to support their local communities.
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Since 2001, BAPS Charities has been engaging in a wide array of charitable activities and projects in the Canada while also supporting humanitarian relief projects around the world. It is through these activities and projects that our volunteers in Canada are living the Spirit of Service.