Community Counts Program

​HPX Media is proud to support our community by supporting local charitable organizations. We want to pay forward the help, mentorship and generosity of those who have helped us along the way and we strive to make our community an even better place. The HPX Media Community Counts program helps out local charitable organizations and businesses; helping empower them to maximize their impact in the community.

Each year we donate a portion of our sales to a local charitable organization. In addition to this, we also lend our pixel-pushing abilities to help out organizations who may not have volunteers with that particular skill set. If you’re interested in applying to become our annual recipients, or require design/web assistance for your non-profit organization, please contact us today. While we would like to help all organizations, we can only choose those that are the best fit to ensure maximum impact.

Community Counts Program Recipients

2019 Recipient

Cumberland Community Forest Society is a grassroots charitable not for profit dedicated to purchasing, protecting and restoring the Cumberland Forest that borders the Village of Cumberland on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.

2018 Recipient

LUSH Valley is a nonprofit organization focusing on food security. We support projects that educate and empower people in the Comox Valley.

2017 Recipient

The Comox Valley Food Bank distributes free emergency food to people in need. As a non-profit organization committed to reducing hunger since 1983, the CVFB gathers food and cash donations to support food distribution and collection programs.

2016 Recipient

Everybody Deserves A Smile is a Not-For-Profit Organization that has distributed thousands of care packages to the homeless with the intention of making everyone feel significant, regardless of their situation.

2015 Recipient

Dawn to Dawn is a non-profit, residential housing program that makes transitional housing possible in the Comox Valley. They provide homeless individuals and families with access to housing that gets them (or keeps them) off the streets.

2014 Recipient

 The Comox Valley Transition Society provides high-risk women with safety, security and aims to end the cycle of violence through education, counselling and advocacy. 

Other Organizations We’ve Sponsored