We open doors to homes that are accessible and affordable for people with limited mobility.
We're here to preserve the history of Canada's Air Force. To educate visitors about the legacy of Canada's Airmen and Airwomen. To remember the sacrifices of Canadians in the defence of our nation.
We are committed to building healthier and happier communities and citizens by developing and promoting recreation and parks. We deliver a variety of programs that enhance the quality of life of all Albertans and also work in collaboration with our Indigenous communities.
When faced with a progressive, terminal disease (with no known cause or cure) you need insight, support and reassurance. 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men are at risk of dementia in their lifetime.
We bring art, conversation and joy to long-term and palliative patients by transforming sterile hospital rooms and treatment areas into places of greater comfort and hope.
Start Something 'BIG'! Through the power of mentoring we are changing the lives and perspectives of young people, enabling them to realize their full potential and dream “BIG” about their future.
Because no one’s grandparents deserve to spend their ‘golden’ years living on the streets.
The Calgary Drop-In exists to alleviate poverty. We care for chronically homeless people with community supports, resources and housing. We collaborate with stakeholders; we advocate; we lead.
We are passionate about ensuring Calgarians with disabilities always have access to safe, caring and respectful transportation. We believe transportation improves access, independence, and inclusion, and strengthens our community for all Calgarians.
We serve as the Jewish 'living room' of the Community, while offering social, educational, recreational and cultural programming to individuals and families of all ages, stages and backgrounds.