In The Community

In The Community

Giving back to the communities in which we live and work is part of our cultural fabric.

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We are proud to support our clients, friends and neighbours in a wide range of charitable initiatives that improve lives in the communities we serve.

Community Foundations of Canada

Leith Wheeler is proud to partner with Community Foundations of Canada as national sponsor of the powerful Vital Signs program, the most extensive community-driven data program in Canada. We also look forward to engaging with the organization's 191 community foundations at their upcoming conference in Victoria June 6-8, 2019!

LW Stanley Park Open

We are proud to be the signature sponsor of the Leith Wheeler Stanley Park Open, the largest grassroots public court tennis tournament in North America and British Columbia’s premier tennis event. With over a thousand entries every summer, the Park is the place to be each July.

Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival

We proudly support the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival, an annual celebration of the iconic pink and white blooms that shower our streets and parks each April. As festival organizers say, it is a renewal of both our wet city after a dark winter and our bodies, minds, and heart.

Ride to Conquer Cancer

2017 was our eighth year participating in the two day ride from Vancouver to Seattle. We ride for one of our firm's co-founders, Murray Leith, who sadly lost his battle with cancer in 2003. We all miss Murray a great deal and cannot think of a more important cause to support.

Music in the Morning

We are a proud season sponsor for Music in the Morning, a series event now celebrating its 30th season. Music in the Morning is a distinctive morning concert series that inspires its audiences with masterpieces of the past, while challenging them with music of our time performed by the finest local, national and international talent. 

Covenant House

We continue to support Covenant House on an annual basis so they can continue providing love and hope to Vancouver's street youth. Those most at risk in our province are our youth aged 16 to 24 who have fled physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse; those who have been forced from their homes; and those who have aged out of foster care.

National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association

Leith Wheeler is a proud education sponsor for the National Aboriginal Trust Officer Association. This organization provides Aboriginal leaders with knowledge and skills to efficiently create, manage and operate Trust resources.