Army Cadet League of Canada • Around the Bay Road Race • Art Gallery of Hamilton • Arthritis Society • Arthritis Society, Hamilton-Halton-Peel Region • Autism Society Ontario •
rea Science and Engineering Fair (BASEF) • Bereaved Families of Ontario • Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation of Hamilton and Burlington • Big Brothers/Big Sisters Youth Services •
tivals • Bruce Trail Conservancy • Bundle Up Program • Burlington Art Centre • Burlington Committee for the Physically Challenged • Burlington Economic Development Corporation
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Fibrosis Foundation • Canadian Deafblind Association - Ontario Chapter • Canadian Diabetes Association • Canadian Environment Industry Association • Canadian Figure Skating
ity • Canadian Institute for Advanced Research • Canadian Institute of International Affairs • Canadian Liver Foundation • Canadian Mental Health Association • Canadian Music
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erly Sanford Avenue School) - Breakfast and Snack Program • Ceilidh 2000 • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health • Centre Hospitalier de l’universite • CESO • ChamberWorks!
paign • City Kidz Ministry • City of Burlington • Clean Air Hamilton • Commonwealth Games Association of Canada • Community Child Abuse Council of Canada • Community
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w Church • FORT ( Foundation of Resources for Teens) • FRIENDS for Success Inc. • Friends of HMCS Haida • Frontier College • Glanbrook Home Support • Good Shepherd Centres
tat for Humanity Hamilton • Halton District School Board • Halton Food for Thought • Halton Learning Foundation • Halton Women’s Place • Hamilton & District Extend-A-Family •
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ntworth Regional Police • Hamilton-Wentworth Creative Arts Inc. • Hamilton-Wentworth Green Venture • Harmony Foundation of Canada • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
n • Huntington Society of Canada • HWDSB Foundation - Hillcrest School Fund • Imagine Canada • Industry-Education Council of Hamilton • Institute for Electrical and Electronic
of CIM • ISS Foundation Japan Society • Jewish National Fund • John P. Robarts Research Institute • Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital • Junior Achievement of Canada Foundation
ton • L’Arche Hamilton • LaSalle Park Pavilion Restoration Project • Les Grands Ballet Canadiens de Montreal • Lions Club of Port Dalhousie • Living Rock Ministries • L’Opera de
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ilton) Inc. • North Hamilton Community Health Centre • North York General Hospital • Ontario Crafts Council • Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy • Ontario March of Dimes •
teoporosis Society of Canada • Otonabee Region Conservation Authority • Ottawa Street BIA • Our Youth at Work • Paletta Mansion - McNichol Project • Parkinson Society Canada
s • Pathways to Education Canada • Prince of Wales School • Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation • Project Paradise • Quinte Waste Solutions - Robert Argue Environmental
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entre • Trauma Prevention Council • Trent University • Trout Unlimited Canada • United Way of Burlington & Greater Hamilton • Universite du Quebec a Montreal • University of
eople • Volunteer Hamilton • VON Hamilton Foundation • Wayside House of Hamilton • Welcome Inn Community Centre of Hamilton • Wellwood Resource Centre of Hamilton •
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As Albert Einstein said, “Not everything
that counts c n be counted, and not
everything that can be counted counts.” 
When it comes to ArcelorMittal Dofasco
and community, the company’s affection
for mankind is unquestionable. It began
with the generosity of the company’s
founding family, the Sherman brothers
Clifton W. and Frank A., and infectiously
spread to employees. Employees formed
the Charity Chest in 1943, with their
firs d nation going to The Red Cross
Society the same year. The Dofasco
Veterans Ass ciation als took a early
lead, staging many fundraisers including
the Dofasco Follies, beginning in 1949.
The helping hands and giving continues
through the Corporate Community
Investment Fund (CCIF), the Employee
Donations Fund and event sponsorship.
Each year local organizations apply
for grants available from the CCIF t
aid in work across the key areas of
education, rts and culture, spor s and
recreation, health and human services,
and the environment.
The Employee Donations Fund is a
ye r traditi n in which employees
contribute to a pooled fund from
their pay, with investments made into
community organizations throughout
the year. Combined, the company and
employees inject up to $3 million into
surrounding communities each year.
While there is no official tally, it is
estimated that millions of hours ofwork
in boardrooms, on playing fields, in
kitchens and community centre along
with more than $100 million have been
invested in hundreds of organizations in
Hamilton and beyond. 
The thousands of men and women of
steel that have represented ArcelorMittal
Dofasco over the years have built the
strength of organizations that enrich
the community, create opportunity and
change lives. 
affection for mankind
The hundreds of organizations that have
received support from ArcelorMittal Dofasco
over many decades have all helped to build
community strength.