Corporate Social Responsibility
The world is a fragile planet. We believe that we have a role and a responsibility in supporting and contributing to causes close to our hearts.
This is why Delta Harbour Assets is committed to environmental and social responsibility causes.
On behalf of us at Delta Harbour Assets, please give back.
Sacred Earth Acknowledgement
We acknowledge our Mother Earth that gives us life, nourishes us and is our greatest partner. We act with reverence, respect, and reciprocity in all that we do.
We acknowledge the First Peoples who have lived and thrived on these lands for thousands of years and who have kept this sacred relationship alive for all of humanity. Here in Ontario, we acknowledge the Anishinaabe, the Wendat and the Haudenosaunee, Métis and Inuit people who have been living on these lands since time immemorial.
We acknowledge all our ancestors that have walked and stewarded these lands before us and those that continue to walk with us on this journey to a more harmonious world.
We acknowledge our responsibility to think of those yet to come and to leave them a world that is capable of providing an abundant life.
With love in our hearts, we say Miigwetch, Merci, Thank-you.
If you would like to donate to the Global Indigenous Development Land Trust, you can do so by visiting https://globalindigenoustrust.org/
Websites are powered by powerful computers (called servers) that are always on in large specialized buildings (called data centers).
Servers require considerable amounts of electricity to operate and need constant cooling to prevent overheating. In most places, this electricity is produced by burning coal or other fossil fuels, which creates emissions that accelerate climate change.
This is why Delta Harbour Assets hosts our online store exclusively on servers that are 100% powered by green energy.
Delta Harbour Assets is a proud supporter of the Markham Food Bank.
Please support those less fortunate by donating to your local food bank. To find a food bank in your area, please visit https://www.foodbankscanada.ca/utility-pages/find-a-food-bank.aspx