Children & Youth
For women facing an unplanned pregnancy and couples struggling with infertility... We inform, support and guide birth and adoptive families through the processes of decision-making and creating healthy new families through open adoption and international adoption.
We inspire our community to invest in excellence in child health, research and family-centred care to support the 94,000 children and families who rely on the hospital annually.
We are committed to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned wildlife. We provide expert advice and education that fosters an appreciation of wildlife.
We foster a better understanding of how improvements in grazing, recreation, residential and other management of riparian areas can enhance landscape health and productivity, for the benefit of landowners, agricultural producers, communities and others who use and value riparian areas.
Why is science important? Science surrounds us every day - from downloading an app to flying a kite or understanding climate change. Children who are interested in science will be the critical thinkers, innovators and technologists of the future.
We create community by producing relevant, high-quality contemporary theatre; by playing a national leadership role in the development and creation of new Canadian plays; and by bringing audience and artists together in an exchange around the work.
We are dedicated to making each day the best possible day for people living with and affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
It’s no secret that marginalized youth have a higher chance of getting wrapped up in dangerous activities, such as drug use, teen pregnancy, gangs and crime. Engaging youth in the arts builds community connections and empowers them to become agents of social change.
Aspen is about People First, Community Always. Working with Calgary and area families, youth and communities we partner with others to unlock potential and transform lives.
Picture yourself with your favorite people in your favorite places. Now imagine life without those things because of factors beyond your control. This is what people with Autism experience every day and what we aim to change.