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Affinity Bridge loves to work with organizations that are making the world a better place through sustainable development, and social and environmental change. We collaborate with clients whose goals we believe in, to help empower them to reach their goals, and strengthen their ability to engage with the greater community.
BC Housing is an organization funded by British Columbia's provincial government to manage and develop subsidized housing, in accordance with BC's Housing Act. They assist with all levels of subsidized housing from shelters to low-income housing, and help enforce provincial mandates.
Big Room Inc. is a Vancouver based company that works to promote and facilitate adopting green choices. The company's founders are longtime environmentalists with backgrounds in sustainable development, and forestry and environmental studies.
This ground-breaking conference on teacher effectiveness and support systems needed a mobile-ready, interactive website to support event activities before, during and after the conference. The site needed to be launched in under eight weeks.
The Co-operative Housing Federation of BC's website was overdue for a site-wide upgrade and refresh, along with needed improvements to its location mapping functionality.
The Coastal Guardian Watchmen Network’s Great Bear Initiative needed a robust and rugged platform to monitor, steward and protect First Nation lands and waters on British Columbia’s north and central coasts.
The Commonwealth Of Learning needed a faster, more reliable way of extending resources and best practices to teachers throughout the African continent. And they needed it quickly.
The Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education needed a new website that could better support its growing emphasis on social media and community conferences.
Pressed by a rapid growth of online petitioning initiatives, The David Suzuki Foundation needed to improve the scalability, speed and performance of its underlying system.
The EdLab Group needed to complete work on their National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP) website which had stalled.
Kwusen needed to update their website to foster more collaboration with and research by their main user base, First Nations, Metis, and Inuit communities in Canada.
MetaIntegral needed help managing the distributed team of Drupal developers it employs, and enforcing Drupal best practices in their work.
Realizing their site was out-of-date, MABC wanted to revamp the site and make it a true online portal for their members.
New York University's (NYU) Furman Center is one of the leaders of academic research in the areas of urban public policy research, focusing on land use, housing development and real estate studies. The PlanNYC web portal provides information on housing and urban development in New York City categorized by neighbourhood and planning project, and strives to give a broad range of viewpoints and resources on the issues at hand.
OpenMedia needed quick turnaround on four concurrent, time-sensitive projects, all constrained by tight budgets.
Conference organizers needed a more modern, more functional website to better support its members and programs.
In order to meet their changing needs, Participedia needed a site that let their Executive Committee share information and collaborate easily around the world.
The Pivot Legal Society required a site to support awareness and fundraising for their RedTents program.
The PLAN Institute's mission focuses on strengthening and creating more caring communities. They believe that marginalized community members and their families can contribute as much to this strength as they gain from it. Their work has taken the goal of decreasing isolation, and creating connections and dialogue with marginalized community members, and turned that into concrete actions and programs.
Results for Development (R4D) is a non-profit that helps facilitate socioeconomic growth in developing countries. We manage their organization's website as well as four of their projects' individual websites, all focused on providing information on policy and development programs.
Sosido Networks needed to upgrade the information management capabilities of its platform and add white-label deployment capabilities in order to expand its reach into healthcare associations.
S4S is an organization that works on facilitating and consulting for sustainable development projects, and building web-based solutions to help these organizations. Their online collaboration tools and the expertise of the organization's senior partners provide a valuable resource that scales for sustainability projects of any size.
Facing increasing traffic from both visitors and staff, Teachers Without Borders needed a broad site upgrade to improve how it delivers content and information.
TRIUMF needed to consolidate the back-end of more than 20 micro-sites supporting various research groups without compromising on self-management or unique data retention requirements.
UBC’s Faculty of Forestry wanted to create a singular knowledge base of sustainable forest management practices, available in both English and Chinese.
Sauder needed an interactive, responsive website to manage its UBC Amazing Race research project.
The United Community Services Co-op is a co-operative that is collectively owned by over 120 non-profit and community organizations. They work together to provide business services such as consulting for their organizations, and collaborate to find solutions to common challenges.
The University of Ottawa's Computing and Communications Services (CCS) needed a singular, more effective calendar and messaging portal to help faculty keep in touch with students.
Vancity is Canada's largest credit union. Founded in 1946, they have consistently stood for transparency within their financial institution, and a commitment to the larger community. Vancity has several environmental sustainaibility endeavours, and runs using the Co-operative Principles of the International Co-operative Alliance.
The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre is a non-profit association run by the Vancouver Aquarium. It manages the funding of the Aquarium's education and conservation programs, such as Ocean Wise and the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.
Vancouver Economic Development Commission (VEDC) supports businesses and business development in Vancouver, working with both companies and government to make policy recommendations, carry out research, and inform companies. They provide free services to companies and entrepreneurs, and coordinate with Vancouver's municipal government on the needs of the business community.
The Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter is a non-profit that has worked towards achieving equality for women for over 35 years. They do activist work surrounding challenging laws and policies that perpetuate violence against women, and run a rape crisis center in Vancouver.
Vision Vancouver is the predominant progressive municipal political party in Metro Vancouver. Led by Vancouver's Mayor, Gregor Robertson, they have been the reigning municipal government since 2008 (re-elected in 2011).
Wilderness Committee is a non-profit, and one of the largest membership-based, citizen-funded wilderness protection organizations in the country. Their main goals focus on protecting biodiversity and funding research and public education. Some of their projects include research and mapping, collaborating with other environmental groups and First Nations, and surveying threatened wilderness areas. They have had many successful campaigns protecting wilderness across western Canada.