Employees in the Community
Odlum Brown believes that supporting our communities is not just a platitude or a catchphrase; philanthropy and community involvement truly permeate our people-focused organization. Support comes in many forms, and Odlum Brown team members walk the talk by showing up and supporting their communities in a variety of ways.
Odlum Brown has proudly supported United Way dating back to the 1930s, when one of our founders, Victor Odlum, was the first Board Chair of the Vancouver Welfare Foundation (now known as United Way of the Lower Mainland). United Way of the Lower Mainland serves the needs of our local community by empowering residents to improve their neighbourhoods, responding to emerging community issues, providing outreach programs for youth and seniors and igniting a desire to improve the place we call home. + Learn More
Odlum Brown team members from branches throughout BC annually join together and fundraise for the CIBC Run for the Cure. In support of the Canadian Cancer Society, Odlum Brown team members have participated in the Run for the Cure for over 20 years. + Learn More
Things get a little hairy around the office starting November 1 of each year, as team members raise funds (and grow moustaches) to help change the face of men’s health. Odlum Brown team members started participating in Movember in 2009 and have proudly continued supporting this initiative each year. + Learn More
Since 2014, Odlum Brown team members from branches throughout the province have come together to create teams and fundraise for the annual Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope. The walk directs attention and funds exclusively toward helping women with ovarian cancer live fuller, better and longer lives.+ Learn More
United around a shared passion for hockey and a common goal of raising funds for individuals living with autism and their families, the Odlum Brown Bulls have been the top fundraising team in the Canucks Autism Network’s annual Pro-Am hockey tournament for two years in a row and awarded the coveted CANley Cup for the top fundraising team (raising over $88,000 in 2020 alone!). + Learn More