How we Give Back to the Community

The success of our company is first measured in how we can help children, teens and families find hope and happiness through the extremely painful experiences of grief. As you become a more confident leader through our training and consulting, you also support an important charitable cause.

We are proud supporters of Seasons Centre for Grieving Children, a charitable organization serving Simcoe County and beyond. Seasons Centre offers unique programs, free of charge, for children, teens, and young adults who are facing the death of a parent, sibling or close friend. Groups are arranged by age and circumstances around a death, to provide children an opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings with peers who are living with a similar experience. Some of the groups offered include support for those grieving the death of a loved one from an accident, illness, accidental overdose, and suicide.

Data Gives Back would not exist without the dream of helping to support Seasons Centre for Grieving Children on a regular basis.

DGB Founder, Joe Lyons-Rising lost both biological parents by the age of 10 which had a deep impact on his childhood and teenage development. He was fortunate to have the amazing support of family, friends and therapists, but nothing like what Seasons Centre has been able to provide since 1995.

As of November 2020, DGB Founder Joe Lyons-Rising was appointed as the first ever Executive Grief Ambassador for Seasons Centre.

About Seasons Centre

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DGB is proud to be powered by Bullfrogpower

At Data Gives Back, we recognize the importance of addressing our environmental impact. We’re reducing our carbon footprint and supporting the renewable energy transition by partnering with Bullfrog Power, Spark Power’s sustainability division. We bullfrogpower our office with green electricity and green natural gas.

Bullfrog’s green electricity comes from a blend of wind, solar, and low-impact hydro power sourced from new Canadian renewable energy facilities. Bullfrog’s green natural gas comes from organic waste at a landfill or wastewater treatment plant.


Our green energy purchase is also helping support new, community-based renewable energy projects in our region and across Canada.

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