Sovereign is committed to being an active contributor to our community. We take pride in our values and strive to lead the way in corporate responsibility.

The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada - Partners Making Wishes Come True

Sovereign has been a proud Platinum Partner of the Children’s Wish Foundation since January 2005. Since the inception of our partnership, Sovereign has corporately donated $200,000 each year. Employees and brokers have also rallied around the cause, participating in or organizing activities and fundraising events across the country to further our support.

The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada is the largest all Canadian wish granting charity dedicated to granting wishes to Canadian children between the ages of 3 and 17 who are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.  For more than 30 years, Children’s Wish has worked tirelessly to grant heartfelt wishes to more than 23,000 children and their families.  This year, the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada expects to grant over 1,000 new wishes across the country with the help of volunteers and generous donors like Sovereign General; that is approximately three wishes each and every day, all year long. 

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Our Sustainability Policy

In line with the Co-operators group of companies, Sovereign is committed to organizing and operating our organization in accordance with sustainable principles. To learn more, visit

Sovereign’s Green Initiative: PDF Print Option

“We will act as a catalyst for a sustainable society by providing innovative insurance solutions.”

Sovereign’s Green Initiative: PDF Policy Issuance allows our broker’s offices to receive their Commercial Property & Casualty policies electronically through the Sovereign website. Policy documents are available within minutes of issuance thereby eliminating the possibility of the documents being misdirected. Enhanced benefits also include the ability to save the files electronically thereby reducing physical storage space.

To learn more about this initiative, contact your local Sovereign representative.