Katalyst is proud to dedicate time and resources to the non-profit organizations and events below. Click to learn more about each organization or visit our Facebook
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Katalyst and its employees donated over $11,000 to staff members whose homes were damaged by Hurricane Harvey. In addition, the company donated $10,000 to the J.J. Watt Hurricane Harvey relief fund. The funds will go directly to our local community and help those most in need. The J.J. Watt Fund has collected over $37M to help the Houston area.
Katalyst is pleased to help support Scouts Canada at the 2017 Family Training Event for the Western Training Committee. The committee’s purpose is to provide and facilitate training and information sessions to aid their volunteers in the delivery of quality program for youth and leaders of tomorrow. The 2017 Family Training summer camp will take place on August 12-20, 2017.
Katalyst Data Management was pleased to host an office tour and iGlass demo for the Pay It Forward Networking Program, an organization dedicated to help professionals in job transition. The event took place at our Houston office on Tuesday, June 21, 2017 and had 18 oil and gas professionals in attendance.
The Annual Avon 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer was in Houston on April 22-23, 2017. Katalyst was proud to sponsor Jennifer Broadbent from our Houston office in her 39.3 mile walk to raise funds to support breast cancer research. She was a member of “Team Faith” whose members raised a total of $77,000 to support local breast cancer foundations.
Providence School provides therapeutic and educational services to children with disabilities in Calgary. Trish Mulder of the Calgary office was on the fundraising committee for the recent Dine & Deals Gala in March 2017. The “Great Gatsby” themed event raised over $145,000 for the school to help children and their families.
Our Calgary office is excited to be hosting the monthly Learn @ Lunch events for the Calgary Geoscience Data Managers Society (CGDMS). Each month the CGDMS has events to foster the exchange of ideas, resources and expertise among data managers in Canada. For an event schedule, click the link below.
2016 was a challenging year for everyone in many ways, and we are blessed to have been able to give back to some great organizations that support our community and industry. Supported charities include Veteran’s Food Bank, Alberta Cancer Foundation, Alberta Animal Rescue, Fort McMurray Fire Relief, Toy Mountain, Mustard Seed, Calgary Interfaith Food Bank and Back to School supplies. Click the icons above for more information about these great causes!
The 2016 Women in Seismic (WiSE) golf tournament in September raised over $7,100 for the Alberta Cancer Foundation. The Katalyst “Pink Ninja” team was excited and honored to take home the Spirit Award for the second year in a row.
Our hearts go out to those affected by the devastating Fort McMurray wild fires in Alberta. Katalyst’s Calgary office initiated a company-wide donation drive for the Canadian Red Cross Alberta Files Appeal. All individual donations to this site are being matched by the Government of Canada.
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Katalyst is proud to be a sponsor of the 2016 Avon 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer in Houston on April 23-24. Our own Jennifer Broadbent will be making the 39 mile walk over two days.
Katalyst is proud of their employees for making year-end 2015 donations to the Star of Hope in Houston, the Calgary Food Bank and the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS).
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The 2015 Women in Seismic (WiSE) golf tournament in September raised over $10,000 for the Alberta Cancer Foundation.
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The Geophysical Society of Houston and the Houston Geological society partnered up to hosted their annual golf tournament in April. Katalyst was excited to be a sponsor of the event, which raises funds to support the non-profit society and scholarships.
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The 2015 CSEG Ski Spree in February at Fairmont Springs, British Columbia raised nearly $2,400 for “Inn for the Cold”.
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