We provide food support to adults, children and families in need in Airdrie and surrounding communities. We collect food and funds from the community and distribute short term emergency food as needed to those in crisis. Together we build a stronger community. Together we are neighbours helping...
We are a second-stage women's shelter and progressive housing facility which operates to serve women and children escaping domestic violence. We create and provide a secure facility and stability for our clients.
We have one goal: no hungry kids in Calgary. We strive toward this goal each day by providing healthy lunches directly to kids and by empowering communities to create lasting social change.
For over a decade, the Calgary Dream Centre has provided life change for men and women struggling with addiction, mental health concerns, and homelessness. Our programs include addiction recovery for men ages 18+, support for families of addicted persons, and housing and supports for men and women...
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 driven by the belief that gardening enhances our environment but more importantly the quality of life in our society. We have been educating, promoting, and celebrating gardening throughout the Calgary area for more than a century.
We are an emergency food distribution hub dedicated to providing families and individuals in temporary crisis with quality food as well as supporting other charitable organizations who work with low-income Calgarians.
When life gets complicated, nutrition is often one of the first things to go. Each day we knock on more than 700 doors, delivering nutritious and affordable meals to any Calgarian in need. Our volunteers deliver more than a meal...they bring a sense of community right to our clients' doorstep.
Through integrated health care, education and housing services, CUPS empowers individuals and families to overcome the challenges of poverty and reach their full potential. CUPS works with over 10,000 low-income Calgarians each year.
As part of Canada's most established national mental health organization, for 60 years we've facilitated access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience and support recovery from mental illness and addiction.