Community Outreach

Peterson McVicar gives back to our local communities both through monetary donations from our client's fundraising activities and by contributing time and skills to a wide range of community initiatives.

North York General Hospital Building

North York General Hospital Foundation

North York General is dedicated to providing an exceptional level of care to the community which it serves. Focusing not only on equipment replacement and upgrades not covered by the government, the North York General Foundation is further committed to investing in the future through the funding of programs and infrastructure.

Performers singing

The Toronto Children’s Concert Choir & Performing Arts Company

The Toronto Children’s Concert Choir brings together youths from across the GTA, encouraging holistic development and first rate performance through a rich range of musical traditions, from Spirituals to hip hop.

pots of food

The Scott Mission

The Scott Mission is a Christian, non-denominational street mission focused on a compassionate and compressive approach to community support. Offering provisions for the homeless, low-income families, children and youth, beginning in 1941.

People biking

Wall (Bay) Street Rides Far for Autism Research

Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD is one of the most common developmental disabilities. WSRF joins Canadian and American participants in group bicycle rides across the continent to support the cutting edge research of the Autism Science Foundation.


Sick Kids Foundation

On a mission “to make every kid a healthy kid”, the Sick Kids Foundation strives to provide exceptional and compassionate care to children around the world. Through the upgrading of facilities and elevated research practices, the Sick Kids Foundation seeks to foster the lifelong well-being of children and their families.

BBQ food

1st Responders BBQ

1st Responders BBQ provides first responders with an elevated BBQ experience in an effort to express community appreciation and gratitude for their daily and selfless service.

child reading in a chair

The Children’s Book Bank

Since opening its doors in 2008, The Children’s Book Bank has provided over 1,500,000 free books to children and families in high-needs neighbourhoods throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Whether stopping by their beautiful storefront in the Regent Park & St. James Town area to hear a familiar children’s story, or learning from one of the literacy materials distributed through community centres, schools, health clinics and social agencies, The Children’s Book Bank provides children of all ages with access to these fundamental educational tools.