Diamond Delivery has teamed up with Richmond Go-karts to hold a fundraiser on Saturday, May 4th from 10a.m. to 1p.m. to aid orphans in Africa.
The fundraiser will be held at the Richmond (outdoor) Go-kart Track at 6631 Sidaway Road (opposite the Auto Mall).
It promises to be fun for all. Admission to the fundraiser is $100 and includes two 15 minute go-kart rides, food and door prizes.
Our drivers have amazed us again!
We are proud to be a company that gives back and cares for our community; our Staff firmly supports this effort. One of our Drivers in Nanaimo, BC sent us the following:
Diamond Delivery supports AIDS Vancouver by providing assistance with their shipping needs for this year’s Holiday Grocery Day.
The annual tradition of Diamond Delivery proudly supporting The Boys and Girls Club continued at this year’s Santa Claus Parade on Sunday December 2, 2012. Sponsoring and pulling the float through the parade is one of Diamond Delivery’s highlights each year.
Thank you all so much for your help with the Rogers Santa Claus Parade! The float looked great and the kids had a fantastic time. Your support is truly appreciated! A few pictures are attached.
Diamond Delivery participated in the “7th Annual Santa’s Parade of Lights” in Cloverdale on Sunday December 2nd 2012.
Here at Diamond Delivery we believe in being actively involved in our community, from local events to helping enrich the lives of those who live within our community.
Join us on Friday, November 23rd, 2012 for an evening in support of one local, terminally ill child’s wish being granted through Make-A-Wish Foundation. Diamond Delivery and the Rick & Sue Foundation are holding a fundraiser to grant one child their wish, through food, fun, music and prizes.
The 2nd Annual Run For Recovery was an excellent success with over 133 runners this year; tripling last year’s attendance. The community festival was in high attendance from 11 – 3pm. Diamond Delivery was a proud sponsor of the Run For Recovery 2012 and firmly believes in the Welcome Home Addiction Recovery Academy.
Please visit the following link to hear more about the run…
The Games were held July 19-22 and attracted up to 2818 athletes with an average age of 14 years from across the province who took part in 20 sporting events at 15 venues throughout the Surrey, BC.
A total of 3500 local volunteers were required to stage the Games, which are expected to have an economic impact of approximately $2.5 million in direct spending by games participants, spectators, volunteers and organizers.
For the second year in a row, Diamond Delivery participated in the City of Surrey’s official Canada Day celebration in support of Rec for Kids, a local non-profit group that collects used sporting equipment and distributes it to children in need.
After 35 years of experience in the transportation business, Diamond Delivery has long felt the need to give back to our community. Each year we speak with our staff and they decide which charity they would like us to support for a year. This year, we’re pleased to announce our support for the Make-A-Wish BC and Yukon® in its quest to make a wish come true for every child in need.