Giving Back

Imagination Gives Back

Imagination is committed to promoting social responsibility, and one of the ways we do this is by focusing our philanthropic efforts primarily within the Indigenous community. We believe in the importance of supporting Indigenous communities and empowering Indigenous voices, and we are committed to working toward reconciliation and building more robust, more inclusive communities for all.

While we primarily focus our efforts within the Indigenous community, we also recognize the importance of supporting other communities and causes that align with our values and mission.


At Imagination, we are passionate about supporting women in education, professional development, and business. We believe every woman deserves access to the tools, resources, and support she needs to achieve her full potential and succeed in her chosen field. That’s why we are committed to providing mentorship and guidance to women at all stages of their career journey, from students to seasoned professionals. By sharing our expertise, knowledge, and network, we aim to help women develop the skills and confidence they need to achieve their goals and realize their full potential.

New and Emerging Entrepreneurs

Imagination is dedicated to fostering the growth and success of new and emerging entrepreneurs by providing them with the resources, mentorship, and support they need to turn their ideas into thriving businesses.


Our business is committed to empowering and supporting the youth by providing them with access to mentoring and resources that will equip them with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in today’s rapidly changing world. We believe in investing in our youth and creating a brighter future for generations to come. We work with and directly support the work of two essential organizations by providing volunteer hours and ongoing business support and guidance.

Influence Mentoring

Influence Mentoring has provided a unique collaborative platform for Indigenous post-secondary students of all ages to connect with industry mentors, across Canada. This program aims to strengthen relationships and promote cross-cultural understanding and appreciation, creating a mutually beneficial experience for Protégés and Mentors.


Since 1988, Miskanawah has led the effort to holistically support vulnerable children and youth throughout Calgary and the surrounding area. They are a leader in the social services field, working from a harm-reduction and strength-based perspective with a focus on Indigenous teachings and traditions.

Not-for-Profit Boards

The owners of Imagination generously dedicate a significant portion of their time to not-for-profit governance work, using their skills and expertise to support important causes and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others.