Home Safely, Safe at Home: We Live Here, Too

Our global reach means we call dozens of places around the world "home." In some, we've been part of the community for more than 50 years. People depend on us—and we hold ourselves accountable—to be involved in a variety of ways.

CHC colleagues support nonprofit and other community organizations through financial contributions, volunteering their time and more. Most of our efforts are directed to underserved neighbors—especially those who have basic human needs, like for food and shelter. We support organizations that provide for children in distress and others that raise awareness about and combat diseases, such as charities devoted to cancer research.

Local CHC teams determine where to channel their support, following general global guidelines so that the company's combined work can best make a real difference. That spirit of volunteering and giving also helps create and sustain closeness among colleagues, so many of our community initiatives are team-oriented.

If you represent an organization in a CHC community we should know about, please contact communications@chc.ca.

Wings for Warriors

CHC people have industry-leading skills, extensive expertise and passion for aviation. In the United Kingdom, they are putting those qualities to use on behalf of “Wings for Warriors,” a charity that trains military veterans who survived life-changing injuries, so that they can become commercial helicopter pilots.

At our base in Aberdeen, Scotland, the Wings for Warriors students are trained using a Robinson 22 aircraft donated by CHC. They receive instruction in a dedicated classroom on our campus and have access to CHC’s advanced flight-planning facilities and hangars. CHC people from engineering, flight training and other departments are going further by volunteering time to support and train the students as they work toward achieving their commercial pilot licenses.

CHC is proud to be the principal sponsor of Wings for Warriors, providing the students with an opportunity to move past life-changing injury toward a rewarding and sustainable future as helicopter pilots.