Giving Back

When we talk about going above and beyond for our people, we don’t just mean our employees. Our extensive corporate social responsibility initiatives provide benefits to many organizations in our community. 

We share a commitment to corporate social responsibility by serving others and our communities,  with a focus on education, arts, culture and supporting small businesses within our community. We encourage and support our employees to give back via company-wide events, volunteer initiatives, and a charitable matching donation program.






The United Way has a special place in the heart of Harvard’s culture. Each year, our offices across Canada organize multi-week fundraising campaigns that are executed by committees of Harvard employees.



We are extremely proud to be a founding partner of the United Way’s “Summer Success” program. The purpose of the program is to help students avoid the “summer slide” – a term used to describe the learning loss that occurs over the summer months. As part of Harvard’s involvement and support of the program, employees from our downtown offices volunteer each week at the schools and assist the kids in various reading activities. The students are also invited on a special “field trip” to downtown Regina to tour our properties and get a first hand look at what it’s like to build things for a career.



Souls Harbour Rescue Mission is an inner city Mission located in Regina that offers an array of services to society’s most vulnerable; including emergency shelter, free clothing, a daycare, youth programming, addictions programming for women, and affordable housing. Harvard employees are proud to support Souls Harbour by sponsoring and serving monthly meals in their newly developed location.



Founded in 2006 by Harvard’s Chairman, Paul Hill, Mother Teresa Middle School is an independent middle school located in inner-city Regina that serves Grade 6 to 8 students, whose potential for success has been compromised by social and economic factors. Harvard’s employees are actively involved with the school throughout the year in various fundraising events, school outings, and mentoring roles with students. 





With respect being one of Harvard’s core values, our employees are eager to jump on board to help support The Canadian Red Cross and its anti-bullying initiative, “Pink Day”. In February of each year, our staff is encouraged to sport their best pink attire to raise awareness in the battle against bullying. Harvard commits to pledging $5 to the Canadian Red Cross for each employee wearing pink.



Paul J. Hill School of Business


The Paul J. HIll School of Business is Saskatchewan’s finest undergraduate business program. With a formidable reputation for excellence in student achievement, graduates’ ability to think across all business functions is unparalleled.

The school itself is named after prominent businessperson Paul J. Hill, who has demonstrated his personal commitment through his ongoing contribution to the School’s activities. The Hill School of Business also enjoys a unique and strategic partnership with the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.