We ensure wellness for individuals and communities affected by HIV and Hepatitis C through prevention, education and support. We work with individuals and communities using a harm reduction approach to reduce stigma and discrimination. Our vision is to empower choices, engage communities and end...
We collaborate with the police, the justice system and community partners to free families from domestic violence. Our clients come through referrals from the Calgary Police Service. Once a client is referred to us, we ensure they have a voice, a support and an advocate. Over the years, we have...
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.
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.
Cancer is the number one cause of death for children from six months to young adulthood. This year alone, 187 families in Alberta, more than 1,400 families in Canada and more than 250,000 families worldwide will hear this diagnosis and be thrust into the stormy waters of childhood cancer.
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.
To find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis and improve quality of life through research, programs and services.
BUILDING COMMUNITY. GROWING HOPE. SUPPORTING CHANGE. At The Mustard Seed, we meet basic needs, providing shelter, food, clothing and hope for people experiencing poverty and homelessness. We also support people in need through housing, employment and wellness services.
We provide Aboriginal-based programs dealing with addictions in the community. Since 1974, we've helped men, women and their families recover from the destructive effects of alcohol, drug and gambling addictions.
Every year in Alberta, 4,700 premature babies are born who need access to life-saving donor human milk. We are Canada's only community-based milk bank dedicated to providing sick and fragile babies with the life-saving nutrients of pasteurized donor human milk.