Flying Colours Corp. has many team members from the surrounding communities where we operate. It is our responsibility to give back and we want to play our part in the community. We are actively involved in sponsoring, supporting and donating to a number of local organisations.
These are some of the organisations that we value and support, and information about what they do.
The PYBA was established in 2005 when two long-upstanding Peterborough basketball clubs – Saints and Storm – agreed to amalgamate into one association for the betterment of youth basketball.
The club runs recreational and rep programs for youth in from Junior Kindergarten through to Grade 12.
The money raised by the Dragonboat Festival Peterborough helps women receive proper testing and treatment in the fight against breast cancer. Many of the participants in the festival are survivors of breast cancer. The proceeds go to Peterborough Regional Health Centre, PRHC.
The festival has made more than $CAD3.3 million since 2019CHECK. The dynamic, colourful, boat racing take place at Little Lake in Del Crary Park, downtown Peterborough.
Photo: © Linda McIlwain
Mombassadors is a non-profit organization formed of a group of driven, creative, and influential young professional women who have all delivered their babies at the PRCH. The group fundraises to equip PRHC Newborn Intensive Care Unit with the best technology for newborns.
We support, and have team members play, in the recreational soccer division. The house leagues are ten-weeks long and run alongside a competitive division too.
The Kawartha Food Share provides emergency food services to people in the Peterborough and Kawartha Lakes region. Flying Colours runs an annual Christmas Food Drive that is donated to Kawartha Food Share.
SickKids® Foundation saves lives, finds cures, and provides world class-care for children. The hospital is raising $1.3 billion to build a new state-of-the-art facility and a Patient Support Centre to accommodate the best medicine can offer. Flying Colours is proud to support the SickKids VS Limits Campaign.
Photo: © SickKids VS Limits Campaign