Corporate Citizenship

Helping people isn't just what we do. It's who we are.

Helping patients, their families, our neighbors and our communities is part of our DNA. We believe that together, we can make far greater strides than any one of us can alone. We are part of a movement to inspire hope and create healthier futures for everyone.


Whether offering paid volunteer time off, supporting internal fundraising efforts or making corporate donations, we pride ourselves on the many ways we give back to our communities. We focus on three pillars of giving: Organizations in therapeutic areas such oncology, immunology and rare disease; causes that inspire our associates; and charities in our community. At every level of our organization, from our founders to our newest members, giving back is a part of who we are.
Three young kids wearing winter clothes and holding hands

We're building a house

Over 150 associates have signed up to volunteer for Habitat for Humanity in Burlington this year, and we’ve only just begun. By the time the project is complete, over 400 associates will have donated 3,200 hours toward this one project alone. It’s amazing what we can do together.
ReStore road sign indicating Innomar group event

We're running for the cure

More than 100 associates and their families from across Canada participated in the 2018 Run for the Cure. Together we raised more than $18,000 for breast cancer research, proving that when our associates are passionate about a cause, there's no finish line we can't cross.
Oakville shot of Run for the Cure participants

Big Brothers. Big Sisters. Big change.

What's better than celebrating our associates and donating to charity? Letting them choose where those donations go! This year, the winner of our associate vote was Big Brothers and Big Sisters.

Helping kids ROCK

Service is rooted in our culture. When the Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK) in Burlington asked us for help, we coordinated a food drive, collected clothing donations and adopted 13 families to make their holiday wishes come true. We were even able to help a child whose only wish was access to speech therapy. Because it's not just about the changes we can see at that moment. It's about the changes we can make over a lifetime.
Oakville donations for community outreach organization

Building better communities

For years, our Montreal offices have supported the Old Brewery Mission in their commitment to help the homeless. We’ve donated clothes, toys, food and household items. When we all work together, we build a better community for everyone.
Unloading donations from an old Mission Brewery truck in Montreal

Be a part of something bigger

"At AmerisourceBergen, corporate citizenship comes naturally to us. The mindsets and behaviors that comprise an effective strategy are aligned with our company’s purpose: We are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures.” 

- Steve Collis, Chairman, President & CEO of AmerisourceBergen

AmerisourceBergen Corporate Citizenship Careers at Innomar