In the Community


TSA is proud to support and provide voluntary government and public relations services to several essential charitable organizations. 

Juvenile Diabetes
TSA supports JDRF Canada in its vital role as a global leader in the search for an end to Type 1 Diabetes. TSA has developed successful advocacy strategies and secured research funding for JDRF at both the Federal and Provincial levels of government.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada
TSA provides volunteer government relations services for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada; helping to ensure that policymakers understand and support the life-changing mentorship that Big Brothers Big Sisters and its volunteers provide to children and youth in more than 1,100 Canadian communities.

The Aboriginal Coalition to End Homeless
The Aboriginal Coalition to End Homelessness (ACEH) is an Indigenous-governed charity dedicated to serving Indigenous peoples experiencing homelessness on Vancouver Island. TSA works on a voluntary basis with ACEH to secure Federal funding for frontline operations – including  Spa’Qun House; a facility that will offer culturally-supportive lodging and services to Indigenous women at risk.