Kamloops is our home.

We believe that our success results from success in and around our community, and we make it a priority to stay involved locally. Our people are personally involved in a myriad of charity groups, while our firm sponsors many worthwhile events, scholarships and causes.

We’re grateful for all our community offers and honored to be a part of building it.

Annual Scholarships:

Athlete of Influence $1000.00 Scholarship

In 2017, our Personal Injury Team created the Athlete of Influence Scholarship to recognize outstanding young people in our Community. The Award highlights those who have shown resilience in the face of adversity and a dedication to healthy living, two traits the Personal Injury Team knows will take young people far. The team quickly realized it was impossible to select just one winner, so each year, ten finalists are selected, and highlighted in the media. In June each year, the overall winner  is chosen and receives a $1000 Scholarship, along with additional media coverage, sharing their unique story and contributions to the community.

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Jessica Vliegenthart at 2012 London Olympic Games

TRU Law Entrance $5000.00 Scholarship

A $5,000 entrance award is available annually to a well rounded student with a strong GPA and demonstrated involvement in Kamloops or another BC interior community. The Faculty of Law will ask qualified applicants for a submission outlining their community involvement and their future goals.

TRU Fulton & Company $1000.00 Scholarship

One scholarship of $1,000 is awarded annually to a student to recognize documented exemplary leadership and service combined with strong academic performance. The recipient will meet all of the requirements for TRU undergraduate entrance scholarships as specified in the General Entrance Scholarship application.

Fulton Cup, Est. 1998

For over 20 years, Fulton has sponsored a city-wide high school basketball tournament. Each December, the Fulton Cup brings together all junior and senior boys and girls teams in a unique 4 day championship event. Showcasing some of the top talent in Kamloops, the Fulton Cup is a highlight in the city’s athletic calendar.

Each year, Fulton awards bursaries to the top players in the tournament, as well as leadership bursaries to one player on each team, as selected by the coaching staff. To date, Fulton has contributed over $70,000.00 in bursaries to our youth athletes.

2018 Champions:

  • Sr Boys: South Kamloops Titans; MVP: Josh Jean
  • Sr. Girls: Valleyview Vikings; MVP: Jayden Overwater
  • Jr. Boys: Valleyview Vikings; MVP: Fisher Learie
  • Jr. Girls: Sahali Sabres; MVP: Heidi Reimer

Lawyer Causes

  • BC Interior Foundation Community
    Matt Livingston
  • Canadian Paralympic Committee – Athlete Representative, Revenue Generation
    Jessica Vliegenthart
  • Children’s Circle Daycare Society
    – Tyson McNeil-Hay
  • Community Futures Development Corporation of Thompson Country (Chair)
    Hal Hicks
  • Interior Community Services
    Kaitlyn Cumming
  • Habitat for Humanity
    Devin Buchanan
  • Kamloops Adapted Sports Association
    Jessica Vliegenthart
  • Kamloops Art Gallery, Board of Trustees
    Leah Card
  • Kamloops Bar Association
    Matt Livingston
  • Kamloops Bike Riders Association
    Graham Mack
  • Kamloops Brain Injury Association
    Ayla Salyn
  • Kamloops Canoe & Kayak Club
    John Grover
  • Kamloops Chamber of Commerce (2018)
    Dan Carroll
  • Kamloops YMCA/YWCA
    Chelsey Mack
  • Overlander Ski Club
    John Grover
  • Silver Star Resort Co Advisory Board
    Frank Quinn
  • Southern Interior Insolvency Discussion Group (Executive)
    Hal Hicks
  • Spinal Cord Injury BC
    Jessica Vliegenthart
  • TRU Foundation Board
    Rick Heney
  • TRU Foundation Finance Committee
    Rick Heney
  • TRU University Trust – Chair
    Frank Quinn
  • TRU Planned Giving Committee
    Leah Card