We Care About Communities

Shaping communities requires more than providing a place for someone to live in. It requires one to really be engaged. That’s why Adera Cares by supporting the communities we work, live, and play in. Providing opportunities to local youth elite sports programs are important in developing stronger, prouder Canadians. There’s an irrepressible enthusiasm for sustaining the communities in which you, our customers, choose to live.

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BC Rugby’s Elite Youth 7s Under-18 provincial team went undefeated to successfully defend their title at the Standard Chartered Bank Hong Kong International Youth Sevens (March 2013). The BCEY7s program is designed to help develop youth athletes into the rugby players who will represent Canada at future Olympic Games and Rugby World Cups. Learn more at

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Adera proudly supports the young athletes of Cycling BC as they strive to become world cycling champions and Olympic hopefuls. The Team BC Women are training in California at Endurance Camp – 150KM ride featuring three significant climbs, one lasting close to 20KM and lifting them to over 3,000 ft! Learn more about Cycling BC at

Cycling BC 2013

Watch the video of the Kids Bike Race presented by BC Bike Race and sponsored by Adera at the 2012 Canada Day celebrations in North Van. Over 250 kids came out, in costume, braving the rainy weather. Super fun, right?

Here are just a few of the community initiatives that the Adera team gets involved with:
2011/12 Gold Sponsor of BC Bike Race
Bowling for Big Brothers
Lamina Aqua Public Art by Bruce Voyce [Read More]
Byrne Creek Streamkeepers / Pacific Salmon Foundation
CIBC Run for the Cure
Greater Vancouver Food Bank
modo. the car co-op memberships
Mosquito Creek Invasive Ivy Pull
BC Rugby Youth 7s [Read More]
BC Sports Hall of Fame
BC Centre for Ability: Dining for Dreams
Cycling BC [Video] Cycling BC 2011 Team Launch
MusicFest Vancouver
Hike for Huntington
Prostate Cancer Foundation BC: Father’s Day Walk/Run
Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation
Union Gospel Mission