The Beverly Caulking team has always valued community and social responsibility. Our founders, brothers Dave and Allen Rams, shared these values and set the example of community service which we proudly continue today.

In addition to supporting local charitable initiatives, Beverly Caulking looks for opportunities to make in-kind donations of our services. Over the years, we have provided complimentary caulking and firestopping services for organizations like Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada, the Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation, the Sunnybrook Foundation (Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto), and Habitat for Humanity, Niagara.

Socks for Hope

Beverly Caulking is the main sponsor and headquarters for Socks for Hope — a non-profit organization that collects socks for people experiencing homelessness and hardship in Hamilton and Halton Region, Ontario.

Beverly Caulking and Socks for Hope recently shared the heartwarming story of Elisabeth, a Burlington kindergarten student. For her sixth birthday, Elisabeth set a goal to collect socks for kids in need. With the support of her friends and classmates, Elisabeth donated 239 pairs to Socks for Hope. Way to go, Elisabeth! Read more about Beverly Caulking’s participation in Socks for Hope in our blog post “Do you take the socks on your feet for granted?”

As you might imagine, socks are one of the most needed articles of clothing at shelters. Unfortunately, they’re also one of the least donated items. We’d love it if you’d follow us on Instagram and Facebook, and watch for our Socks for Hope campaign kick-off in November. We hope you’ll share Elisabeth’s selfless birthday story and consider supporting Socks for Hope now or during the holiday season.

Walk to the Lighthouse —
In Support of the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation

Save the Date: Sunday, September 24, 2023

We’re pleased to announce that Beverly Caulking is a supporter of the third annual Walk to the Lighthouse — a scenic 5 km walk that will take you along Burlington’s beautiful waterfront trail.

Funds raised will support Joseph Brant Hospital’s inpatient and outpatient Mental Health and Addictions programs.

As demand for mental health and addictions services and supports grows, there is an urgent need to expand and redevelop Joseph Brant Hospital’s Mental Health and Addictions program space to create facilities that ensure person-centered care, support recovery, and improve outcomes for children, youth, and adults.

To date, Walk to the Lighthouse has raised over $30,000!

Walk to the Lighthouse is organized by volunteers at Joseph Brant Hospital’s Mental Health and Addictions Advisory Committee (Equilibrium Burlington). Donate or register today! And stay tuned. We’ll provide updates on Instagram and Facebook. In the meantime, talk to friends and family and encourage them to join you for a beautiful autumn walk in support of mental health.