Inclusion

We open doors to homes that are accessible and affordable for people with limited mobility.
Players celebrate ATP's 45th year.
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.
A family provides support to a loved one
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 are dedicated to making each day the best possible day for people living with and affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
Ann and Sandy Cross (credit: Bruce Masterman)
We are a 4800 acre day-use natural area south-west of Calgary off of Highway 22X, protecting habitat, inspiring youth and demonstrating leadership in conservation.
We use arts and community development processes to create opportunities for youth to become more engaged in their community and experience increased community connection. We develop collaborative community arts projects that engage youth and communities. Our plans receive direct input from youth.
Bedside volunteer engages in conversation with patient and staff.
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.
Mom playing with her young son, Tristan
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.
Lukasz Rehabilitation
We strive to improve the lives of individuals with severe brain injury, including stroke. The ARBI approach blends science and compassion to create hope for survivors.
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.

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