JGL has a long history of community involvement. In addition to the financial aid JGL has provided to many community projects and initiatives over its 35 plus years, we encourage and support our people in giving their time to make the communities we live in better for all.
Founder’s Bill Jameson and Robin Gilroy have long believed that investments in young people, keen on business of agriculture, has in large part been responsible for the growth and success of JGL. In 2012, the JGL Legacy Scholarship was established to promote growth in rural Saskatchewan by re-investing in its greatest resource - young people. The JGL Legacy Scholarship is awarded to 10 deserving young people in the Prairie South School Division who reside in rural Saskatchewan.
- Legacy Scholarship
- Prostate Cancer Canada
- Dr. Fred Wigmore Regional Hospital Capital Equipment Campaign (letter from the foundation)
- Moose Jaw Multiplex (digital front board at Multiplex)
- Moose Jaw Police Bike Park
- Moose Jaw Warriors Education Fund Golf Tournament