We are dedicated to making each day the best possible day for people living with and affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
Life-changing Guide Dogs for blind or visually impaired individuals and Autism Support Dogs for children with moderate to severe autism and their families. Cost = ~$35,000. Fee to recipient = $1. Value to recipient = Priceless!
Since 1990, we've been empowering immigrant youth to fulfill their potential in Canadian society. Last year we helped over 11,000 individuals bridge the journey to Canadian life and find a sense of belonging.
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.
For over 20 years, we've been providing much needed and innovative services that prevent and reduce social isolation, and support seniors to live independently to the greatest extent possible.
We provide community-based and personalized vision rehabilitative care to over 10,000 people each year. We are a national organization with a strong local presence, helping people who are blind or partially-sighted see beyond their vision loss.
Who will find and develop the resources society needs when we can no longer use petroleum or minerals? How will we heat our homes or drive our cars? We educate people about the critical role geoscience plays in our lives.
We are dedicated to helping children, youth, adults and seniors with disabilities achieve their fullest potential, their greatest mobility, and their treasured independence.
For nearly 40 years, we have represented a special place for older adults and their families to feel welcome and understood; a place where “whole” health is the foundation of service and where aging is honoured.
To find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis and improve quality of life through research, programs and services.