Physical Health

We have served the community since 1974, providing innovative safety, healing and prevention programs to more than 180,000 Calgarians. We are on the front lines to provide a community free from family violence and abuse.
Calgary Youth Science Fair, CYSF, CWSF
Calgary’s youth are improving our world, one science fair project at a time - from reducing environmental toxins to exploring safer travel with adaptive wheels. The Calgary Youth Science Fair helps students discover passion for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
We are the voice for Canadians with Down syndrome. With the support of their family, friends, and all Canadians - all people with Down syndrome can live AMAZING lives.
Diane and her guide dog
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.
Vulnerable Calgarians thrive.
We build stronger families. Our programs help people work through their issues, so they can move forward and live the live they've always wanted.
Zambian Mary Banda is a certified biosand filter technician and has helped thousands of people access safe drinking water.
We are tackling the global drinking water crisis in the only way that is truly sustainable: by building the knowledge and skills of local populations to meet their own needs. Through this model, we have helped 11.4 million people access better water or sanitation in 78 countries.
The CPAA provides programs and services and collaborates with others within the disability community to enrich the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities; advocating, promoting awareness, acceptance and understanding to build a strong, supportive community.
Franky smiling while working at Home Depot
We are changing lives by creating more inclusive workplaces to strengthen our community.
Mother embracing her daughter
Preventing harm and neglect to all children and building strong families through support services, respite programs and crisis nurseries.
Addison is the only person in Canada diagnosed with Congenital TTP, a blood disease
The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada is the largest all-Canadian Wish granting charity dedicated to granting Wishes to Canadian children between the ages of three and 17 who are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.

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