Arnold Machel

Financial Planner

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Ben Machel

Financial Planner

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Sharon Machel

Office Manager

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Lorrainne Kennedy

Executive Assistant

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Katherine Machel

Administrative Assistant

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Supporting the communities within which we work

At Visionvest, we believe in the value of philanthropy. Whether the need is at home or abroad we understand the value of thankfulness, appreciation, and giving back. All of us living here in Canada are blessed to live in one of the most stable, safe, and wealthy countries on the planet during one of the most stable, safe, and wealthy times in history. There are very few who have (or have had) it better than us. Ever! And so, we give back and we encourage you to do so as well. Below are some of our favourite charities…


The Machel Family Charity Fund

The Machel Family Charity Fund (administered by two Donor Advised Funds: Abundance Canada and the Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation) is a charitable fund dedicated to providing opportunities to the under-privileged in all walks of life.

abundance canada

Abundance Canada is a faith-based public foundation. Since 1974, they have helped Canadians to fulfill their philanthropic goals at every stage of life with a customized Generosity Plan™.


Ratanak International As a Christian Charity, we believe that there is hope, even amidst the darkness of human trafficking and exploitation in Cambodia. We are working with Cambodians to restore those robbed of freedom and protect the vulnerable. Together, we see a future where every Cambodian can live in hope, freedom, and dignity.

Hope International Development Agency

Hope International Development Agency exists to improve the supply of basic human necessities for the neediest of the developing world through self-help activities, and to challenge, educate, and involve North Americans regarding development issues.


effect: hope is a Christian mission that connects like-minded Canadians to people suffering in isolation from debilitating diseases. Through this connection, supporters are able to bring the cure and ongoing care to people struggling with disability and stigma. effect: hope’s work restores those affected to a welcome place in their community.  


Plan International Canada is a member of a global organization dedicated to advancing children’s rights and equality for girls. We have been building powerful partnerships for children for over 80 years and are now active in more than 70 countries.


Food for Hungry is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to ending poverty - one community at a time. With partners like you, FH walks alongside the most vulnerable communities throughout the developing world as they strive toward sustainability. Recognizing that each community faces unique challenges as well as advantages, FH is committed to an integrated, holistic approach to development including priorities such as agriculture, education, health, and gender equality.


Huntington Society of Canada: Family is at the heart of our community. Our families and volunteers tell a powerful story of caring people who pull together to improve the quality of life for Canadians impacted by Huntington disease (HD). HD is a fatal hereditary brain disorder with devastating effects on both the mind and body. It is like having the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and ALS all in one disease.


At IPC, we built IPC Cares to bring together the various efforts we make towards enhancing the communities within which we operate. By adopting causes that are close to our hearts, we keep ourselves committed and accountable.

Perhaps the most significant effort we undertake is the community development project in Honduras with The Carpenteros & Friends.

We also make countless small but significant contributions of our time and resources within our communities through many grassroots charities we believe in, and the ripple effect of their efforts is always rewarding.