Community Involvement


At Rogers Group Financial (RGF), we take pride in supporting our community in numerous ways, both corporately and as individual advisors.

We currently sponsor the following organizations:

The Ride to Conquer Cancer is a fundraiser for cancer research in British Columbia and Washington State. Our team, the Market Cycles, has been involved with the Ride since 2009 and has raised over $670,000 over the 8 years we have participated. We also have an enthusiastic volunteer crew that participates in supporting the two-day ride. 

The United Way of the Lower Mainland is a leader in supporting our most vulnerable. Its mandates include: increasing school readiness for young children, providing school-age children with the support and resources they need, and helping seniors stay independent and engaged in the community. 

We have an annual campaign that supports the United Way and their mission.

As Canada's third largest Orchestra, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (VSO) is a community organization based around community needs. The VSO is a neighbor and community partner that melds a sense of business with an overarching passion for sound.  

Big Sisters is committed to enhancing the confidence, self-esteem and well-being of girls through supportive relationships with female mentors.

Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland is a thriving organization of over 500 volunteers, hundreds of girls served each year, 18 staff members, a Board of Directors and Honourary Advisory Board, and many community supporters. 

Cystic Fibrosis Canada’s mission is to help people with cystic fibrosis (CF). Cystic Fibrosis Canada:

  • funds research towards the goal of a cure or control for cystic fibrosis
  • supports high quality CF care
  • promotes public awareness of cystic fibrosis, and
  • raises and allocates funds for these purposes.


A world where cystic fibrosis is no longer a progressive, life-shortening disease.


The Heart and Stroke Foundation, a volunteer-based health charity, leads in eliminating heart disease and stroke and reducing their impact through: 

  • the advancement of research and its application.
  • the promotion of healthy living.
  • advocacy.


Arts Umbrella is a not-for-profit arts education centre for children and youth ages 2-19. Arts Umbrella is committed to delivering the highest quality visual and performing arts education to young people, regardless of their socio-economic circumstances.

Since its inception by five young artistic parents in 1979 with only 45 students, Arts Umbrella has maintained a trail-blazing, forward-looking and community-focused spirit. It has grown consistently and now reaches 22,000 children and youth annually through tuition-based and free-of-charge outreach programs.


BC Children's Hospital Foundation raises funds to support and enhance the delivery of pediatric care in BC. The Foundation provides funding to BC Children’s Hospital, and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children and Child & Family Research Institute to support research into childhood diseases, the purchase of medical equipment and a range of child-health education and training programs.

Every year, we participate in the Festival of Trees event and decorate our tree in true RGF style.

Union Gospel Mission is an urban relief organization based in Vancouver’s Downtown
Eastside. With eight locations throughout Metro Vancouver and the city of Mission, UGM is positioned to help those who need it most. The heart of the Mission is to demonstrate God’s transforming love, ease the burden of the most vulnerable,rebuild the lives of the broken and offer dignity to those who feel cast aside.

LEAVE A LEGACY™ is a national public awareness program designed to encourage people to leave a gift through their will or any other gift planning instrument to a charity or non-profit organization of their choice.

LEAVE A LEGACY™ is a donor-oriented education campaign to raise awareness of the importance of including a charitable gift in the estate planning process.

The purpose of the Rogers Group Financial – Clay Gillespie Annual Graduate Scholarship is to provide financial support for graduate students at Simon Fraser University who are pursuing, or intend to pursue, a graduate degree in the Master of Financial Risk Management program at the Segal Graduate School of Business.  This scholarship is a two semester award, currently valued at a total of $10,000.  It is normally tenable in the Fall and Spring semesters.

Clay Gillespie Rogers Group Financial Bursary

The UBC Centenary Awards were created in 2008 to honour the University’s 100th anniversary and to provide support to students on both campuses and in every area of study. Thanks to generous donors, UBC has reached their goal of 100 awards that were established or significantly enhanced over the past year.

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