We provide affordable, integrated and supported homes to over 700 individuals in Calgary. We serve tenants with a variety of special needs including individuals living with mental health challenges, physical disabilities, families and seniors living below the poverty line and the working poor.
Established in 1977 as the Calgary Immigrant Aid Society, we are now one of Alberta’s longest serving and most comprehensive settlement agencies. We provide assistance and first language support to immigrants and refugee populations in over 140 languages.
We are Calgary's mixed ability theatre company. We offer theatre classes to adults with disabilities and create original theatre productions that foster a love of theatre, the joy of community, and the rewards of self-confidence.
Empowering Muslims with knowledge and practical spirituality to be contributing members of the greater Calgary community.
We strengthen communities by providing social services to individuals and families based on the Jewish values of compassion, social justice and improving the world.
Kids who live on the street and in shelters. Kids whose families and worlds have dissolved. Kids who live in poverty. We provide time away from worries and stress in enriching environments. One little ticket, one big lift!
We believe that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. We provide support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.
We provide Peace Officer, Fire Fighter, Emergency Medical Services, 911 Dispatch and Military Personnel and their families with resources focused on building resiliency to nurture inspiring legacies despite the unique challenges they face due to the nature of their career.
We connect seniors and youth ages 12-24 through school-based and community programs that foster mutually beneficial friendships, promote learning and sharing of history, challenge ageist attitudes and strengthen community engagement.
"Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope" - Kofi Annan. Through creative, quality, community based programs, services and support we build that bridge with families, individuals and community - stone by stone.