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Seethrough Web (STW) In the Community

We might connect through the web, but we live in our community, and at STW we love to contribute and participate in community events, whether it is the local community where we live and work, or the global community.

 

2017


CN Tower Climb for Nature

We are climbing the CN Tower this April to support WWF-Canada. The SeeThrough Web Team is totally up for the physical and fundraising challenge!

The event will take place on Saturday, April 8, 2017 and Sunday April 9, 2017 in the CN Tower in downtown Toronto. There are so many reasons to get involved in the event, from reaching new personal heights by climbing 144 floors (aprox.1776 stairs) to helping to fund raise money that will help species and habitats in Canada. Polar bears are just one of the species that WWF is working to save. Across Canada over 500 species are close to extinction. To learn more about the WWF-Canada does in conservation please visit: www.wwf.ca/conservation/

While we, as SeeThrough Web are doing our part, we are counting on you to help us reach our fundraising goal. The money we raise with the help of your generous support will make a huge difference for WWF’s efforts to safeguard the habitats of hundreds of species and make ground-breaking progress towards habitat sustainability.

You can get involved too by donating to WWF and sponsoring our team today.

Simon and Camila with David Miller, Former Toronto Mayor and President & CEO for WWF Canada.

2016


Wounded Warriors Canada Highway of Heroes Bike Ride
Corporate Sponsors: RID-OF-IT and FIT 1 Bootcamp

Wounded Warriors Canada Highway of Heroes Bike Ride

This year we are proudly participating in the Wounded Warriors Canada Highway of Heroes Bike Ride; a 2 day, 200 km bike ride from Trenton, Ontario to Queen's Park. The goal of the ride is to raise funds and awareness in support of ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans, First Responders, and their families.

If you're not familiar with Wounded Warriors Canada, they're a great organization, you can read about them at woundedwarriors.ca or visit hhr16.ca for more information about the ride.

Help us reach our fundraising goal or join our team here: tinyurl.com/hhr16stw


SeeThrough Web sponsors T3BOARD16 in Canada

SeeThrough Web is proud to be a sponsor of this year's TYPO3 Snowboard tour, taking place in Whistler, B.C., Canada.

 

What the heck is a Snowboard tour?

Picture a group of developers snowboarding by day, coding by night.

The T3BOARD event is the oldest event in the TYPO3 world. it was brought to life in 2002 by Kasper himself, the founder of TYPO3.

15 crazy nerds met in Bad Gastein, Austria to have fun on the slopes snowboarding and sharing TYPO3 insights in the evening. This was THE event which kicked off the strong community spirit we have today.

This year marks the first T3BOARD event in Canada, taking place in Whistler, British Columbia from February 20 to the 29.

The European edition will run from February 28 to March 06 in Tyrol, Austria.

As it is the 15th edition, these events stand for this great community and its spirit!

 

 

 

Photo by Adrian Zimmermann @t3board16ca
CANADA
TYPO3 Community Events - T3BOARD16 in Canada
Photo by: Jochen Weiland @t3board16ca
CANADA
TYPO3 Community Events - T3BOARD16 in Canada
Photo by Martin Wiederkehr @t3board16ca
CANADA
TYPO3 Community Events - T3BOARD16 in Canada

2015


SeeThrough Web is proud to join the Humber River Cleanup.

28 September 2015

Volunteers wanted! Come on out and join us as part of the Humber River #cleanup this Wednesday.

The Humber River is one of city's most beautiful natural treasures, but every spring when the snow melts the entire area is littered with junk and debris. Join us and help us keep the waters and surrounding parkland that many wildlife species, such as minks, beavers, blue herons, foxes, deers, white egrets and many other rare-for-the-city plants and animal species call home.

Click the link below to find out more about how you can #volunteer or sponsor the event: http://goo.gl/GDYORQ

 

 

Humber River Cleanup
SeeThrough Web sponsors Humber River Cleanup in Toronto
Working with 1-800 Rid Of It to clean up the Humber River in Etobicoke.
SeeThrough Web team at the Humber River Cleanup in Toronto
Starting the day at the Humber River Cleanup.

SeeThrough Web team getting started at the Humber River Cleanup in Toronto