We are dedicated to helping children, youth, adults and seniors with disabilities achieve their fullest potential, their greatest mobility, and their treasured independence.
We’re a charitable trust, established by the Calgary Board of Education Trustees in 2003, to support excellence in Calgary’s public school system and provide students more opportunities to succeed and excel. We support innovative public education enhancement programs, which enrich core curriculum.
We offer pathways to healing, through supports and advocacy, for women who are affected by systemic social issues which contribute to their criminalization.
The Emergency Medical Services Foundation supports education, research, and injury and mental health prevention initiatives for front line EMS staff
We engage children, youth, adults and families in experientially based opportunities and community participation to learn and develop skills that foster resilience. We are a community committed to enhancing the quality of family life in Alberta.
An umbrella of more than 40 ethno-cultural community groups of African, Caribbean, Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern descent; we work with everyone to build strong communities and cross-cultural connections so that we achieve a more respectful, inclusive and welcoming society for all.
We help some of Calgary's most disadvantaged children, who suffer from trauma, abuse and poverty. These kids (aged 3-5) are 70 per cent delayed from peers. We close these developmental gaps, and give these children a more Even Start by the beginning of Grade One.
We are a touring educational, environmental, science based, theatre company for young audiences. As part of our mandate we promote the arts through space provision to artists and the greater community. We offer cost-effective spaces and programming with the highest functionality possible.