We are the federally registered charity that supports Avalanche Canada—the national public avalanche safety organization. Avalanche Canada works to eliminate avalanche fatalities and injuries through a multi-pronged approach that includes daily public avalanche forecasts and a standardized...
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!
Filling a gap in neuroscience by accelerating tech solutions and non-pharmaceutical approaches for neurological disorders such as Parkinsons, Multiple Sclerosis, Depression, Epilepsy, Autism, Concussion etc.
For women in Alberta, breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed type of cancer. In 2013, an estimated 2,100 women in Alberta will be diagnosed with breast cancer.
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.
We provide quality social, recreation and self-development opportunities for people with disabilities to connect, grow and belong. Between Friends members develop self-confidence, accomplishment and a sense of responsibility while learning new skills and making friends
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 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.
Health care touches us all. For some, it might be a quick visit – for others, it could be just one of many. We strive to make a difference for these people because they are our friends, family and our neighbours.