Habitat for Humanity Canada
Founded in 1985, Habitat for Humanity Canada is a national, non-profit organization working toward a world where everyone has a decent and affordable place to call home. Beginning in 2018, Revera is excited to partner with Habitat for Humanity as part of a new commitment to help families across Canada achieve affordable home ownership. Revera is committed to raising funds for this important cause at all of its 175+ Retirement residences and Long Term Care homes.
The Royal Canadian Legion
The Legion is the largest Veterans Service organization in Canada with nearly 300,000 members. Revera is proud to partner with the Royal Canadian Legion and support their work on behalf of veterans through an annual fundraising initiative.
International Federation on Aging
The International Federation on Ageing (IFA) is a global non-governmental organization that acts as a voice for older adults in more than 70 countries. Revera is a proud sponsor of the IFA and has partnered with it on various research initiatives to raise awareness of ageism, including the 2012 Revera Report on Ageism
Reel Youth is a charitable project that encourages young people to create compelling films about important social issues. Revera works with Reel Youth in the fight to challenge ageism by bringing youth and older adults together through The Revera and Reel Youth Age is More Film Project
Sheridan Centre for Elder Research
The Sheridan Centre for Elder Research (SERC) conducts applied research into areas of practical concern and immediate relevance to older adults and their families to enhance the lives of older Canadians. The Centre conducted research and worked with Revera to develop the 2016 Revera Report on Ageism: Independence and Choice As We Age
Revera is focused on innovation to improve the aging experience, engage and empower our employees and enhance the company’s care and services. The Revera Innovators in Aging
program allows entrepreneurs to test new products, services and technologies through pilots at Revera communities. Revera intends to invest up to $20 million over five years to help bring the most promising developments to seniors who need them most.
Revera partners with a number of organizations to bring innovation to older adults, including Aging2.0, AGE-WELL, University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and MaRS. Revera and these partners evaluate promising solutions aimed at improving the lives of seniors and support the growth of innovative companies that will make a positive and lasting impact on the health and well-being of older adults.