In the Community

At Jag’s Furniture & Mattress, we are all locally minded within the communities we serve. We collectively feel strongly about being involved with our neighbours in need, and actively look for ways to help out with charities to give back to the community.

We encourage you to join our efforts to serve in this way, and be a part of a cause you feel passionately about. Because when a lot of hands do a little – it makes a big difference, and goes a long way in the lives of those in need!

Jag’s is Proud to Support…

The Crystal Gala Foundation

This foundation is comprised of a dynamic group of women from all walks of life, who’s committee of volunteers meets monthly to collaborate on ways to improve the life experience of patients with breast cancer, as well as generate ideas for fundraising, events, sponsorship and entertainment.

BC Children’s Hospital Foundation
Since 1982, the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation has worked with children, families, caregivers and hundreds of thousands of British Columbians to raise funds to support BC Children’s Hospital, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, and the Child & Family Research Institute.

They have a simple passion, and that is to improve the health and the lives of the young people who are cared for at the BC Children’s Hospital every day.

The Salvation Army Gateway of Hope – Langley

The Gateway of Hope opened their doors to the community of Langley and Aldergrove in November 2009, with the help of many government and community supports.
The vision for their facility was born from the desire to address the needs of the homeless, as well as the community at large in a comprehensive way, addressing the spiritual, physical, social and mental health needs of the community.

The Salvation Army Centre of Hope – Abbotsford
The Centre of Hope in Abbotsford includes a drop-in café, meal centre and kitchen, emergency shelter, supportive independent living, daily bread room, foot care clinics, parish nurse, extreme weather shelter, outreach teams, housing support, and case workers for advocacies and referrals for those in need.

They represent the Salvation Army as a whole, who gives hope and support to vulnerable people in 400 communities across Canada, and 117 countries around the world.

Holmberg House – Abbotsford Hospice
The Holmberg House offers a group of dedicated staff and volunteers who provide emotional, social and practical comfort and support in the community. Their professionally trained volunteers offer their time to listen, share memories, create memories and provide support as companions, during a time in life when having someone to live out these last moments with – matters most.