Upcoming networking event:
Breakfast is on us! Join us on Wednesday, 10 October 2018, when we welcome Larry Clay, to share his personal and company philosophy of giving.
Corporate Social Responsibility
If you’re a home builder or a supporting trade in the community, you already know what it means to create lasting, meaningful change in people’s lives. After all, you build their homes – those warm, cherished places that individuals and families retreat to every day.
With your help NightShift reaches out to people who are struggling or don’t have a place to call “home”.
Through our nightly outreach and daily care programs, we are able to provide the community and hearth so many yearn for. Join our Home Builders’ Care program in partnership with the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association (GVHBA) and start building relationships that highlight your corporate social responsibility. Let’s talk!
As part of our commitment to dialogue, we invite business leaders to connect over an informal breakfast at our Builders’ Breakfast Forum and hear speakers from the industry describe how the success of their business goes hand-in-hand with giving back to the community.
Troy Van Vliet
21 Jun 2017
What an honour to hear from Troy Van Vliet, Principal of the award winning Tavan Group. Troy’s straight talk about the Vancouver housing market, his early days in building, and his heart for philanthropy captured the attention of the room.
24 Sep 2014
Park Ridge Homes is passionate about about finding ways to help others. The principles that Brad Hughes applies in his company can be applied to almost any industry or business today.
23 Apr 2014
David Porte, President of Porte Development and incoming President of UDI Vancouver, described what it means to keep the family business running in today’s economy and how an ice-cream company can be an inspiration to us all.
13 Nov 2013
Launching the first in our series of Builders’ Breakfast Forum, Kent Sillars, President of Vesta Properties, shared how being socially responsible in helping others seemed to fuel the growth of his company.