What We Have Accomplished


Tiffany Circle members are leaders and philanthropists who inspire fellow Canadians to support Red Cross programs that improve communities across the country. These are some of the successful campaigns the Tiffany Circle has supported so far. 

Atlantic Canada Prepared Campaign

A $3-million campaign to expand Red Cross disaster management capacity in Atlantic Canada.

In addition to building a brand-new Centre of Excellence in Disaster Management at the Red Cross Atlantic Zone head office in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the number of Red Cross disaster volunteers was tripled the operations centre was upgraded, and a new emergency response vehicle was purchased.

"The additional capacity we will gain will ensure our disaster volunteers throughout the province, and across the Atlantic region and entire country, have access to modern, cost-effective training and other resources to help keep people safe."
John Byrne, Former Canadian Red Cross Director General of Disaster Management 

Imagine No Bullying Campaign

tc-projects-220x73.jpgA $1-million campaign to create safe environments free of violence – bullying, abuse, exploitation – through prevention, education and response. The Imagine No Bullying Campaign sought to expand the reach of Red Cross Respect Education Programs, such as Beyond the Hurt, which provides tools for youth and educators to stop bullying before it starts.

"As a parent, you certainly are happy to see programs like this existing, ensuring that kids are well-educated around some of the behaviours that can cause bullying."
Patty Faith, Imagine No Bullying Campaign supporter

British Columbia Building for Humanity Campaign

A $3-million campaign to build the Southern Interior’s first full-service Red Cross Support and Disaster Operations Centre.

This new centre in Kelowna will allow the Red Cross to recruit, train and support more volunteers to respond during disasters, making local communities more resilient to the types of natural disasters they have experienced over the past few years. The campaign also expanded the inventory and service of the Health Equipment Loan Program help an increasing number of clients.

"I believe everyone came together to help Red Cross meet its $3-million goal because they recognized the tremendous work Red Cross does both locally and afar."
Anna Hunt-Binkley, Building for Humanity Campaign Chair and Tiffany Circle Member

Strength & Spirit Campaign

tc-projects-2-220x173.jpgA $1.5-million campaign to build resiliency and capacity in First Nation communities. The Strength & Spirit Campaign supported the establishment of two Red Cross satellite offices in First Nation Communities to prevent injuries, decrease incidents of violence and abuse, and respond to emergency situations.

“There are things that can be done to improve life for First Nation communities, and supporting the Red Cross was a way for me to be a part of making that happen.”
Bob Whitelaw, Strength & Spirit Campaign donor

You can become part of this inspiring group of women leading through philanthropy. Learn how to join the Tiffany Circle by contacting:

Lisa Tobias
Associate Director, Tiffany Circle
Phone: 416-480-0195 ext. 2265