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In December, 2013, iCompass Technologies received financing from Resilient Capital to support its growth, allowing the company to increase its sales and marketing efforts into new markets and increase its rate of research and development. Headquartered in Kamloops and with a sales office in Vancouver, iCompass is a recognized leader in cloud based software solutions […] Read More

Community Energy Alternatives Society

In November, 2013, Cowichan Energy Alternatives Society received financing from Resilient Capital for the Community Carbon Marketplace (CCM). Cowichan Energy Alternatives owns 100% of the CCM,  a community-based carbon exchange initiative to enable local governments, businesses and individuals to meet carbon-neutral objectives by purchasing carbon offsets from community-based projects that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions […] Read More

Resilient Capital recognized with National Credit Union Award for Community Economic Development

On Wednesday, July 16, 2013 at the World Council of Credit Unions Conference in Ottawa, Vancity was recognized for its commitment to social enterprise development by Credit Union Central of Canada for the Resilient Capital Program. Full media release

Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver receives financing to pursue long-term vision in New Westminster

In April 2013, Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver (EFry) received financing from Resilient Capital. EFry is a community-based organization with over 65 years of experience in reaching out to women in conflict with the law, providing housing, support, and counseling for marginalized women, youth, and children to help them improve their lives. EFry’s goal […] Read More

QuickMobile receives financing for new product growth

In April 2013 and February 2014, QuickMobile received equity financing from Resilient Capital™. QuickMobile designs, develops and deploys conference and meeting application software, promoting a reduction in carbon footprint for enterprise events by using mobile device solutions. Committed to transforming the meetings and events industry, QuickMobile provides unprecedented innovation and a new approach to sustainability […] Read More

Salish Soils

Salish Soils receives financing to create a “new way” for a First Nation community

Salish Soils is a state-of-the-art composting facility on the Sechelt Indian Band Lands on the Sunshine Coast. In December 2012, Salish Soils received Resilient Capital™ financing for the facility’s expansion. By diverting organic waste products that might otherwise end up in a local landfill and converting them into a nutrient-rich mulch, Salish Soils reduces carbon […] Read More

East of Main

Resilient Capital financing helps launch East of Main Cafe

In March 2012, financing from Resilient Capital™ helped sisters Maureen Webb and Donalda Weaver open East of Main Cafe at 223 E Georgia St. in Vancouver. Inspired by their own upbringing and the strong foundation of self esteem fostered by their mother, Maureen and Donalda’s desire to help other children develop the same strong foundation […] Read More


Resilient Capital makes an investment in Artspoints Rewards

Artspoints Rewards received equity financing from Resilient Capital in July, 2012. A loyalty program focused on the arts, Artspoints Rewards has a mission to preserve, sustain and enhance the arts and their vital and creative role in society. This financing will allow Artspoints to build out nationally and work towards their official launch in the […] Read More

Climate Smart

Climate Smart receives financing to help businesses measure & reduce carbon footprint

In June, 2012, Climate Smart received financing from Resilient Capital™ in the form of an operating loan. Climate Smart is a Vancouver-based social enterprise with a mission to empower and enable organizations to reduce their emissions, strengthen their businesses and build a resilient economy. This financing allowed Climate Smart to expand its offerings of training […] Read More


SOLEfood Farm receives financing to expand its urban garden enterprise

SOLEfood, a social enterprise providing urban agriculture employment and training opportunities for Vancouver’s inner-city residents, received Resilient Capital™ financing in April, 2012. This loan allowed SOLEfood to expand its operations by building garden plots on more vacant lots in Vancouver, providing Downtown Eastside residents with employment growing local and organic food. The meaningful social and […] Read More