Community Involvement

Canby in Your Community


Helping others is part of Canby’s cultural DNA. In addition to providing financial guidance to individuals and families, Canby maintains a strong commitment to the community and the world at large.

Each year, we serve as a corporate sponsor for events held by area nonprofit organizations and we also donate a portion of our profits to local, national, and international charities. We encourage our employees to give time and funds to causes and organization that interest them by matching their contributions and giving each two paid days per years to participate in volunteer work. 


Nonprofit Sponsorships

Each year, Canby supports area nonprofits through corporate sponsorships.



In November 2018, Canby was a corporate sponsor for The Foundation for MetroWest's 2018 Community Leadership Breakfast.  Partner Chris Gullotti was recently appointed as a Trustee for this community foundation that provides funding and support to hundreds of nonprofit organizations in the MetroWest area.  

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Canby attendees David Jaeger, Eileen Carlson, and Chris Gullotti


In October 2018, Canby was a corporate sponsor for the ScareCrow Classic 5K, benefiting the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust, which acquires and holds conservation land in trust for the benefit of the residents of Lincoln and the general public.

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In October 2018, Canby was a tee-sponsor for South Shore Habitat for Humanity's 20th annual Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting this nonprofit organization that works in partnership with 35 cities and towns south of Boston to help local families living in inadequate housing to move into decent and affordable homes of their own. 



Dan Flanagan prepares for the perfect drive at Canby's sponsored tee.




Personal and Corporate Volunteerism

Canby's employees are actively involved as supporters and volunteers for a wide range of nonprofit organizations, including community foundations, nature conservancies and social service agencies.  Employees often team up to participate in a Day of Service with area organizations. 



Cleaning up hiking trails for the Sudbury Valley Trustees, which works to protect natural areas and farmland for wildlife and people in the 36 communities that surround the Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord rivers.














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Packing care packages for Cradles to Crayons, a Boston-area nonprofit that provides essentials to homeless and low-income children.
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Becoming certified in CPR/AED in a Day of Service with the American Red Cross.