Community Involvement

Giving Back to the Community

Specialized Desanders is proud to give back to the communities in which we serve. Over the years, SDI has become involved several different sponsorships. From supporting AAA minor hockey teams across Alberta to donating trucks to rural Fire Departments (and everything in between) SDI is always keen to give back.

Oilfield Helping Hands

Posted On: March 11th, 2020

Oilfield Helping Hands (OHH) is a United States non-profit charitable organization committed to supporting oil and gas families through financial crisis. They began as a small sporting clays tournament in 2003 in Houston and have grown to several chapters across the USA. They have given over $5 million to hundreds of families experiencing financial stress during times of crisis. This month, Specialized Desanders hosted the monthly Permian chapter meeting at…

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Veterans Food Bank Drive

Posted On: December 20th, 2019

In spirit of the giving season, Specialized Desanders employees at our head office held a food bank drive for the Veteran’s Food Bank of Calgary. A wish list was posted for employees to pick up grocery and home items for and thanks to generous efforts, a full carload was collected including $600 in cash donations. The Veterans Food Bank of Calgary serves as more than a food bank, our goal…

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Partners in saving lives!

Posted On: May 8th, 2018

  We have a long-standing partnership with STARS Foundation and we are truly proud to support their mission. Donate today!!!  

Crohn’s and Colitis Canada

Posted On: March 13th, 2018

We are proud to be sponsoring the Crohn’s and Colitis Canada fundraiser fun money casino night!  Should be a fun evening!!!

Canadian Legacy Foundation

Posted On: January 5th, 2018

At our annual Christmas Party in 2017, SDI raised $850.00 for the Canadian Legacy Project.  Here at SDI, we believe in supporting our veterans, who helped to keep our country safe.  The Canadian Legacy Project was created because many of our Canadian veterans are living in poverty and do not have the basic necessities in food, clothing and shelter. The Canadian Legacy Project was developed to be an organization that…

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