About Us – Charity & Non-Profit Work

At BubbleUP, we care about our clients and the community we live in.

Each year, we participate in a variety of charity and non-profit initiatives. Giving back helps our organization establish positive relationships within the community and it offers leadership opportunities for our team. This year, we are supporting the Parkland Food Bank.

Parkland Food Bank

Established in 1984, the Parkland Food Bank serves to address the needs of hunger in Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and Parkland County (primarily by providing food to those in need). This year, BubbleUP has decided to contribute food/monetary donations and volunteer time to assist the Parkland Food Bank. Please consider donating and supporting the Parkland Food Bank. For more information on how to donate, please visit http://parklandfoodbank.org/

Past Initiatives

Bag of Hope

Between 2009-2015, BubbleUP participated in the Bag of Hope program.

Bag of Hope was started by a young man named Jesse Michaud. His goal was to help the less fortunate by providing backpacks full of life’s little necessities. Since 2006, the project has expanded from 75 small bags to over 400 bags in 2013. BubbleUP volunteers countless hours to help collect, organize and deliver these bags of hope to those less fortunate in Edmonton. For more information about Bag of Hope and how you can help, please visit the Bag of Hope website. Help us spread the message on social media: Facebook Twitter


BubbleUP was a proud supporter of the MARCH Care Foundation.

MARCH was established in 2005 by a board of inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) patients and other supporters affected by IBD. Through various initiatives, MARCH helps patients dealing with IBD by providing education, professional medical care and programs to improve their quality of life. Each year, MARCH operates a summer camp for children affected by IBD where they can interact and connect with other kids facing similar challenges. Over the last six years, BubbleUP is pleased to have helped send over 350 kids to summer camp.