Like any other endeavour in life, goals are more easily met with the support and encouragement of like-minded people. Urban Poling’s partners come in a variety of shapes and sizes – all equally important and vital relationships that we as a team value so much.
Aside from the amazing partners listed below we want to thank the instructors, healthcare professionals, community centres, hospitals, clinics, schools and retailers across the country that we work with on a daily basis to help educate and provide options to more and more people on the benefits of Urban Poling. We are proud to be supporting the health of our local communities!
Urban Poling is proud to be a corporate sponsor of The Arthritis Society. The Society is Canada’s principal health charity providing education, programs and support to the over 4.6 million Canadians living with arthritis.
Urban Poling is honored to sponsor The March of Dimes Canada whose mission is to maximize the independence, personal empowerment and community participation of people with physical disabilities.
Urban Poling is proud to be a part of the Blue Circle Program in support of Diabetes Canada. We support this incredible organization through the sales of our Spirit poles and Spirit-related products. Their mission is to lead the fight against diabetes by helping people with diabetes live healthy lives while working to find a cure.
NADA is a not-for-profit members-led organization established in 1995 to address the rising rates of diabetes in Canada’s Aboriginal communities. We support NADA through the sales of our Spirit poles and Spirit-related products. NADA’s mission is to be the driving force in addressing diabetes in Aboriginal people as a priority health issue by working with individuals, Aboriginal communities and organizations in a culturally respectful manner to promote healthy lifestyles among Aboriginal people today and for future generations.
The Cardiac Health Foundation of Canada is dedicated to supporting cardiac rehabilitation and the advocacy of prevention and education across Canada.
Champion of the World Obesity Federation whose mission is to lead and drive global efforts to reduce, prevent and treat obesity. Obesity Federation represents professional members of the scientific, medical and research communities from over 50 regional and national obesity associations.
Exercise is Medicine Canada (EIMC) is a national movement to promote physical activity as a chronic disease prevention and management strategy to improve the health of Canadians. Exercise is Medicine® is a global initiative.
CARP is a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization that advocates for financial security and improved health care for Canadians as they age. With over 300,000 members and nearly 50 chapters across Canada, CARP works closely with all levels of government and collaborates with other organizations to advocate on health and financial issues. CARP enlists its members’ voices to increase its clout to most effectively advocate for the 50+.
The MFN's mission is to improve the quality of life for those with chronic disease, disabilities, medical conditions or who need pre/postnatal care help by connecting them to fitness & healthcare professionals with an interest and background in the treatment and rehabilitation of various diseases and medical conditions
International Council on Active Aging®, an association that leads, connects and defines the active-aging industry, supports organizations and professionals that develop wellness environments and services for adults over 50.
Functional Aging Institute was founded in 2013 by leading experts Dr. Dan Ritchie and Dr. Cody Sipe. For over twenty years, Dan and Cody have been at the forefront of developing innovative, effective, evidence-based training programs for older clients.
With a heritage dating back over a century, Rexall is a leading drugstore operator with a dynamic history of innovation and growth, dedicated to caring for Canadians’ health...one person at a time. Our history of helping Canadians has endured since the turn of the last century, through successive evolutions of Rexall and Rexall Pharma Plus from apothecary-type drugstores to the modern community pharmacies they are today.