About Do Gooders

Do Gooders was born out of a strong desire to create a positive impact by supporting smaller not-for-profits and their social missions. We improve organizations sustainability and empower them to succeed. We support charities and raise awareness so ultimately, they can raise more funds and grow their impact in the community. When we work together, we really can do a great deal of good.

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to help not-for-profits make their impact so their ripple effect can positively change the world.

Our Values

We believe our shared dedication, passion, and skills will make a tangible impact on the organizations we serve.


We believe in being honest and showing a consistent and uncompromising adherence to strong moral and ethical principles and values.

Making a difference

“Never underestimate the valuable and important difference you make in every life you touch for the impact you make today has a powerful rippling effect on every tomorrow.” Leon Brown


We are trustworthy, perform consistently well, and deliver on time and on budget.

Kathleen Lemieux, CFRE


Kathleen Lemieux is a high impact fundraising director with over 20 years experience in the not-for profit sector. She has experienced repeated success strategically developing and executing fundraising plans of action. She is a certified fundraising professional, an 18-year member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and has served on the Okanagan Chapter’s board. She completed the Boston University Professional Fundraising Program and earned her CFRE designation in 2015.

Kathleen spearheaded fundraising and awareness programs for Habitat for Humanity Okanagan, the Kelowna Women’s Shelter and Pacific Riding for Developing Abilities Association. She is a member of Toastmasters and was the Director of Logistics for Loyal Woolridge’s successful 2018 campaign for Kelowna city council.

In 2020 she was nominated by her peers for a “Crowe MacKay LLP Change Maker Award”, in conjunction with the very first Kelowna Women in Business RISE AWARDS.

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Stephen Somerville


Stephen Somerville is a digital marketing enthusiast with a certificate of digital marketing from the Canadian Marketing Association. He has worked and volunteered with organization such as Habitat for Humanity Okanagan, the Kelowna Women’s Shelter and World Financial Group.

Stephen uses all appropriate marketing tools and strategies to maximise the impact of campaigns and optimise internal and external understanding of your aims. He creates and moderates  website content, ensuring that style and formatting guidelines are being met, that core messaging is on brand, and meta descriptions and key wording is in place for SEO optimisation.

Stephen continually reviews website structure and layout to improve functionality, accessibility and user experience. He delivers social media, Google Ads, video, email marketing and mobile marketing initiatives.



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Patricia Asaka

Social Media and Raffle Coordinator

Patricia Asaka is an aspiring humanitarian and a lifelong advocate for women’s rights and equality. She recently obtained a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of British Columbia.

She has worked closely with a range of different clients through her volunteer and professional positions, allowing her to develop outstanding customer service and interpersonal skills. These traits earned her a leadership award while serving as the Vice President of Internal Affairs for the African Caribbean Student Club at UBC.

Patricia has volunteered at Habitat for Humanity, amplifying her appreciation for the dedication not-for-profit organizations have for improving the quality of life of members of their community. Patricia is a digital marketing and Canva enthusiast and completed the digital marketing bootcamp through Alacrity Canada.

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Emma Webb

Content Marketing and Grant Writer

Emma has earned a Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Government from the University of British Columbia.

Emma researches new funding opportunities and prepares grant applications including finding compelling supportive scholarly articles and data. Emma composes clear and persuasive proposals for local, provincial, and national grant opportunities. Organizations served include Connect Counselling & Therapy Society, Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society, and the Kelowna Women’s Shelter. Emma also enjoys creating blogs and social media posts that capture the voice of the client and create intrigue.