As valuable as we are individuals, we are exponentially more valuable when we work together and serve our community.


The Corum Miracles team is proud to lend its support to , The Start2Finish Backpack Program. It provides vital school supplies to thousands of kids who begin the school year without the proper essentials. Each September, Start2Finish, in cooperation with school boards and local administrators, identifies children with the greatest needs in low-income communities across the nation. The program equips students with the tools needed to help “even the playing field” and prepare them for a successful school year and beyond. The S2F Backpack Program distributes backpacks to the most at-risk children in schools nationwide.

For more on The Start2Finish program please visit:


Corum Digital supports children’s cancer research through the Canadian Cancer Society, with a campaign to raise funds titled Corum Digital Miracles.

Support us by by helping Engage, Educate and Empower Cancer research.

Find out more about the Canadian Cancer Society

Our mission

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.

What we do

At the Canadian Cancer Society, we are committed to improving and saving lives. That's why we are always looking for new ways to prevent cancer, find it early and treat it more successfully. It's why we're always ready to give people with cancer the help and support they need to lead more fulfilling lives.

We set ourselves apart from other cancer charities by taking a comprehensive approach against cancer. We are also the only national charity that supports all Canadians living with all cancers across the country.



Giving back where it is most needed

At the heart of our social responsibility, Corum Digital focuses our efforts where we can add value to our local communities. We demonstrate this value by investing in charitable organizations within our country. A large part of our community is our Holiday Toy Drive, where we encourage our employees and the community to participate by donating toys for all age groups. Toys are collected and donated to the Vaughan Food Bank, where they are sent to children and their families.

Each of our initiatives allow our employees to enrich the well-being of our local communities

Volunteering makes an impact on the lives of our employees. It gives us an opportunity to work with local charities that we believe in and can help make a difference. It allows us to open our eyes to the situations around us and feel grateful for the opportunities we have been given.


Over 860,000 Canadians use a food bank each month

Source: Food Bank Canada

The Vaughan Food Bank first opened in 1995 with the mission to serve the residents of Vaughan including agencies and other food banks in the York Region. The food bank does an exceptional job in their large facility to receive, store and sort food items that clients can access. In addition to their regular volunteers, the food bank uses high school volunteer programs, as well as the Ontario Justice Services Program. Funding for the Vaughan Food Bank is supported by contributions from various corporations.

Working together to make a difference

To learn more about the Vaughan Food Bank, visit
“The Corum Digital team volunteered sorting and packing many food items from early morning to late afternoon. The group worked to clear up a much congested area of donated foods. Many thanks for job well done.”

Peter Wixson, Executive Director, Vaughan Food Bank