Community Partners

When you sign up for power with Sponsor Energy, you choose the charity that you want us to support from the dropdown menu on the signup form. We will make the donation of 50% of our profits on your electricity and natural gas usage to that charity at no additional cost to you.

Click on the logos below to view their profile page, learn more about what they do and how they are making a difference in our community. Make the switch here and start using your POWER for GOOD in support of one of these amazing organizations at zero extra cost to you or to the charity!

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100 Men

100 Men

Who are we? Well, quite simply a group of guys who want to have not only a positive impact on the local charities within our communities, but a powerful impact. Our mission is to build an army of men who give a damn about the community and each other.
AcceleratorYYC

AcceleratorYYC

AcceleratorYYC kick starts and activates local entrepreneurs and startups. We are a home for hackers, designers and entrepreneurs, offering a unique coworking space with everything an entrepreneur would need. We are building a collborative community through facilitating accelerator programs, workshops & mentorship.
Airdrie Food Bank

Airdrie Food Bank

The Airdrie Food Bank mandate is to provide short term emergency food support to adults, children, and families in need in Airdrie, Crossfield, Balzac, Beiseker and surrounding areas. We collect food and funds from the community and distribute them as needed through our many programs using volunteers and staff to meet our mandate. The Airdrie Food Bank is building a stronger community that believe in the value of the food bank where Neighbours help Neighbours.
Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS)

Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS)

AARCS mission is "Changing Lives through Kindness" to support our vision of "A Compassionate World for All Animals." In Alberta, thousands of cats and dogs are homeless, abandoned, abused or living in horrendous conditions. We work closely with rural and First Nations communities where there is limited to no animal services or support. For example, in 2015 AARCS took in over 2,000 cats and dogs. We cared for them by providing medical care, spaying/neutering, vaccinating and then found their forever families. AARCS also has assistance programs such as Spay/Neuter, TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) for Cats and Emergency Medical Assistance.
Alberta Cancer Foundation

Alberta Cancer Foundation

The Alberta Cancer Foundation is committed to making a difference for 43 Albertans who hear the words “you have cancer” every day. As the fundraising partner for the Cross Cancer Institute, the Tom Baker Cancer Centre and the 15 associate and community cancer centres across Alberta, we invest in the things that matter most to Albertans: earlier detection, better prevention strategies, improved treatment and enhanced quality of life.
Alberta Science Network

Alberta Science Network

Our mandate is to bring science to life by providing unique face-to-face experiences between grades K-12 students and teachers and subject matter experts. By making science fun through free in-classroom presentations, we increase students’ interest in science, their understanding of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts, and their knowledge of STEM careers. We also increase teachers’ understanding of science and provide them with hands-on ways to bring curriculum to life in their classrooms.
ALS Society of Alberta

ALS Society of Alberta

The ALS Society of Alberta is a non profit organization dedicated to making each day the best possible day for people living with and affected by ALS. We achieve our vision by providing support, facilitating the provision of care, promoting awareness, helping find a cure and advocating for change. ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS is a rapidly degenerative, always fatal neuromuscular disease.Approximately 3,000 Canadians live with ALS and two to three Canadians die every day of ALS. There is no known cause or cure for this devastating disease.
Alzheimer Society of Calgary  ​

Alzheimer Society of Calgary ​

Serving Calgary and surrounding communities for over 30 years, the Alzheimer Society of Calgary’s mission is to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias while promoting the search for a cause and a cure. Through learning and support services we offer a number of Innovative programs that are responsive to the changing needs of persons with dementia and their families.
Anglican Diocese of Calgary

Anglican Diocese of Calgary

Established in 1888 with the See City of Calgary, the Anglican Diocese of Calgary is one of thirty dioceses belonging to the Anglican Church of Canada and one of ten dioceses in the ecclesiastical Province of Rupert's Land. Mission Statement: To proclaim the love of God in Jesus Christ as Risen Lord, to embody in our lives the good news we have experienced in Him, to offer joy and hope, and to engage one another and those around us in fulfilling Christ's mission in worship and service through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Anglican Diocese of Edmonton

Anglican Diocese of Edmonton

We are the Anglican Church in Central Alberta, serving communities across the central part of the province. We seek to live out the Five Marks of Mission.
Arthritis Society

Arthritis Society

The Arthritis Society has been setting lives in motion for over 65 years. Dedicated to a vision of living well while creating a future without arthritis, The Society is Canada’s principal health charity providing education, programs and support to the over 4.6 million Canadians living with arthritis, 500,000 in Alberta and Northwest Territories. Since its founding in 1948, The Society has been the largest non-government funder of arthritis research in Canada, investing more than $185 million in projects that have led to breakthroughs in the diagnosis, treatment and care of people with arthritis.
BC Cancer Foundation

BC Cancer Foundation

The BC Cancer Foundation is the fundraising partner of the BC Cancer Agency and the largest funder of cancer research in this province. We enable donors to make contributions to leading-edge research that has a direct impact on improvements to cancer care for patients in British Columbia.
BC SPCA

BC SPCA

Each year BC SPCA supporters help us save tens of thousands of animal lives through emergency rescue of injured and homeless animals, animal cruelty investigations, medical treatment, sheltering and adoption, wildlife rehabilitation, farm certification, advocacy initiatives, youth programming and cruelty prevention programs. The BC SPCA is the only animal welfare organization in B.C. with the authority to enforce laws relating to animal cruelty and to recommend charges to Crown counsel for the prosecution of those who inflict suffering on animals. We are reliant on public donations, so we depend on kind and generous supporters to help us work towards safer, more humane communities
Beakerhead

Beakerhead

Beakerhead looks and feels like one of the most engaging and delightful ways you could spend five glorious days in September. Look a little deeper and you’ll see that Beakerhead couldn’t be more important to our future – as individuals, as companies, and as a culture. For decades, we have been streaming people into either technical or creative occupations, and yet it is precisely at their intersection where ingenuity lives. Beakerhead brings together the arts and engineering sectors to build and exhibit interactive works of art, spectacle and entertainment, culminating in a five-day international phenomenon every September. From outdoor artworks and late-night laboratories, to contests and celebrations, interactive digital events to event premieres, Beakerhead is a crucible for human ingenuity.
Bosco Foundation  ​

Bosco Foundation ​

The John Bosco Child and Family Services Foundation, also known as the Bosco Foundation, provides financial assistance and facilities to select organizations and agencies concerned with the welfare of children, youth and adults. We assist with the provision of housing, education and treatment for children, adolescents and adults who are unable to care for themselves without supervision. Through the Foundation’s support, our beneficiaries can provide their clients with resources to enhance their quality of life but which may not be fully provided for by other funding.
Bow Centre Housing Society

Bow Centre Housing Society

Located in the community of Bowness in Calgary, AB, Bow Centre Housing Society provides and maintains housing facilities for elderly low-income individuals and families at a minimum rental. Your switch to Sponsor Energy helps enrich the lives of our elderly tenants by making social activities more accessible.
Brenda Strafford Centre

Brenda Strafford Centre

The Brenda Strafford Society for the Prevention of Domestic Violence is a second-stage shelter for women and their children who have fled domestic violence. During their six-month stay, women and children are provided with programs and services in a supportive environment. In addition to the second-stage shelter, the facility includes affordable housing, where women can transition to after their stay in our second-stage shelter for a period of up to two years. Progressive housing apartments are available to women, with children, who had been impacted by domestic violence and are now in the final stages of rebuilding their lives.
Calgary Drop-In and Rehab Centre

Calgary Drop-In and Rehab Centre

Our mission at The DI is simple: to prevent homelessness where possible, offer care and shelter when needed, and provide opportunities for people to rehabilitate and rebuild their lives. While our mission is simple, achieving it is not. The circumstances that bring clients to us are as unique as the clients themselves. It’s our role to be of service- without judgment- and to fairly and appropriately provide programs and support that assist individuals in their efforts to move forward with their lives.
Calgary Food Bank

Calgary Food Bank

The Calgary Food Bank was formed over 30 years ago as a way to help Calgarians dealing with hunger. They are an emergency food distribution hub dedicated to providing families and individuals in temporary crisis with quality food as well as supporting other charitable organizations who work with low-income Calgarians. The Calgary Food Bank gathers and distributes quality emergency food and works to help the community understand what leads to food insecurity.
Calgary Health Trust

Calgary Health Trust

Your support of Calgary Health Trust helps to advance health care in Calgary and ensure that the best is available to those who need it. Working closely with our partners at Alberta Health Services, we identify the areas where philanthropy can make the biggest difference to those who deliver care, and those who receive it. Thanks to our donors, we provide funding to enhance quality care and achieve excellence at Foothills Medical Centre, Peter Lougheed Centre, Rockyview General Hospital, South Health Campus, Women's Health, Carewest continuing care centres, community health programs and other health care organizations in our community.
Calgary Homeless Foundation

Calgary Homeless Foundation

YOU have the power to help end homelessness now, make the switch. Homelessness in Calgary is an important social issue that requires a coordinated and collective societal response. Calgary’s Homeless-Serving System of Care is that response. Calgary’s Homeless-serving System of Care is a network of agencies working together to ensure those at risk of, or experiencing, homelessness have timely access to the right housing with the right supports. The Calgary Homeless Foundation (CHF) has the expertise, does the research, analyzes the data and measures the gaps and progress. We mobilize best practices in funding, education, program delivery measurements and advocate for policy advancements so Calgary can reach its goal of ending homelessness. Creating an effective, nimble, system of care allows you to connect individuals to the right resources as compassionately and quickly as possible. Ending homelessness happens one person at a time by matching the right person, with the right housing, with the right supports. YOU have the power to help end homelessness now, make the switch.
Calgary Meals on Wheels

Calgary Meals on Wheels

To build a stronger, caring community, Calgary Meals on Wheels promotes health and independence by providing quality, nutritious and affordable meals to people in need of our services. Our programs are open to all Calgarians who are in need of a meal service including seniors, persons with disabilities, those recovering from hospital stays, the working homeless and vulnerable school children. Offered 365 days of the year, meals are prepared in the Calgary Meals on Wheels kitchen and delivered Monday through Friday by a dedicated corps of volunteers.
Calgary Search and Rescue Association (CALSARA)

Calgary Search and Rescue Association (CALSARA)

Calgary Search and Rescue Association (CALSARA) has been providing trained volunteers for ground search and rescue operations in the greater Calgary area since 1993. Their dedicated group of approximately 130 volunteers logs in excess of 10,000 hours of service each year. CALSARA provides support to the Calgary Police Service, RCMP, Calgary Fire Department, and other tasking agencies when individuals are lost or evidence searches are required. They have also recently expanded their mandate to include responding to Civil Emergencies and Natural Disasters, and provided over 2,485 hours of service during the June 2013 flooding in Calgary.
Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter

Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter

The vision of the Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter is a community free from family violence and abuse. In 1973, a group of women opened a small volunteer-run shelter for women and families in Calgary. The following year, the Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter registered as a charity, formally taking over the operations. Since our origins in a 13-bed facility in the Beltline area, the Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter has expanded to serve over 15,000 Calgarians annually. We are here to support individuals and families in their efforts to live free from family violence and abuse.
Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra

Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra

The CPO has been a cornerstone in Calgary's arts community since 1955 and is one of North America's most versatile live music ensembles. They offer a broad scope that consistently attracts acclaimed guest artists and conductors, and offer an average of 85 concerts per season designed to fit all musical tastes. The CPO is also an active leader in their community, reaching nearly 20,000 people throughout southern Alberta providing educational performances and outreach opportunities for students, seniors and other charitable organizations!
Canadian Diabetes Association – Alberta & NWT
Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta

Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta

The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta (CPAA) is a registered non-profit organization and makes a difference in the community by enriching the lives of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Through our programs and services, we promote awareness, acceptance and understanding for persons with disabilities to live Life Without Limits.
Champions Career Centre

Champions Career Centre

Champions Career Centre is a team of inclusion specialists devoted to achieving employment success for people with disabilities. Focusing on abilities within disabilities, we provide innovative and realistic career and employer services to Calgarians. We help people with visible or invisible disabilities gain and maintain meaningful employment.
Children’s Link Society

Children’s Link Society

Vision: The Children’s Link Society is committed to the development of a community where families of children with special needs and those who serve them are informed, supported, and valued.
Mission: The Children’s Link Society is known and valued for providing resources, information, parent-to-parent connections, and hope to families and professionals who care for and work with children and youth with special needs.
Children’s Wish Foundation (AB & NWT)

Children’s Wish Foundation (AB & NWT)

Each year, thousands of Canadian children between the ages of three and 17 are diagnosed with a life threatening illness. Since 1984, the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada has worked tirelessly to grant exceptional wishes to more than 18,000 children and their families. This year, the Alberta & Northwest chapter expects to grant 120 new wishes—each being an individual adventure, carefully structured to meet the needs of that particular child. The Children’s Wish Foundation has never refused a wish to an eligible child, and with the help of volunteers and generous donors, is able to grant one wish every three days.
Closer to Home Community Services

Closer to Home Community Services

“There is no place like home”. For many children, their home and sense of belonging can be threatened by family breakdown, poverty and social isolation. The right supports at the right time can make all the difference in a child’s life. Closer to Home Community Services has the solutions to keep families together. We provide family-centered, strength-based services to ensure that children have stable, healthy and safe living environments in which to grow and develop. And, in some cases, when families are separated, we provide a place for children and youth to call home while offering therapeutic support with the ultimate goal of family reunification. Give a child hope today!
CNIB

CNIB

You do not have to be blind to come to CNIB.
CNIB’s services are the stepping stones to a more independent, active, confident life. Whether that means learning to cook again after loss of vision, going back to school, travelling with confidence or getting the emotional support you need to move forward, CNIB can help. CNIB’s mission is to ensure all Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunity to fully participate in life, and no Canadian loses their sight to preventable causes. Our work focuses on four main pillars:
1. Post-vision loss rehabilitation therapy
2. Public education
3. Community-based support
4. Advocacy
CNIB British Columbia and Yukon

CNIB British Columbia and Yukon

CNIB is a registered charity, passionately providing community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.
Cochrane and Area Humane Society

Cochrane and Area Humane Society

The Cochrane & Area Humane Society is a charitable organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the well-being of animals, sustained by volunteers and the community. At the Cochrane & Area Humane Society, homeless animals receive food, shelter, medical care, spay/neuter surgery, permanent identification and the chance for adoption into a new home. Lost pets are reunited with their guardians and the Society creates humane education programs to promote responsible pet guardianship. Children participate in Day Camps and victims of domestic violence are helped through the Pet Safe Program. Dogs receive training and behaviour assistance to make them good canine citizens.
Canadian Poverty Institute

Canadian Poverty Institute

The Canadian Poverty Institute at Ambrose University is the only national academic institute dedicated to the elimination of poverty in Canada, through training leaders, researching solutions and leading the conversation. Poverty affects millions of Canadians. Income inequality is growing, with over 14% of Canadians suffering from low income. Child poverty rates are not declining and food insecurity is an issue for too many. Over 150,000 Canadians are homeless on any given day. The Canadian Poverty Institute needs your support to help us find solutions to these pressing issues!
Calgary Public Library Foundation

Calgary Public Library Foundation

The Calgary Public Library Foundation was created in 1999 to provide an opportunity for individuals, businesses, and funding agencies to participate in building a great library system for both today and for future generations to come. Funds raised by the Library Foundation do not replace the Library’s core funding, but rather enhance the special programs and services that the Library can provide. Through the generosity of our donors we can help place knowledge, information, programs, and services within reach of all Calgarians. Your library is a place of possibilities. The gifts of literacy and life-long learning touch everyone – regardless of age, gender, or income. We are proud to invite Calgarians to invest in the potential that lives in all of us.
Cross Country Ski Canada

Cross Country Ski Canada

Cross-Country Ski de fond Canada is the national sport organization that works with member clubs, divisions, and other partners to coordinate and support the development of cross-country skiing from introductory experience to international excellence through leadership, education, promotion, and training.
Calgary Urban Project Society (CUPS)

Calgary Urban Project Society (CUPS)

Through integrated health care, education and housing programs, CUPS offers impoverished and marginalized Calgarians more than a hand out. We offer a hand up. Motivated by empathy and compassion, CUPS innovative and results-driven programs are based on 25 years of experience and current best practices. Our programs empower and support individuals and families in need so that they can improve their lives and reach their full potential. It is only by strengthening the most vulnerable among us that we become stronger as a whole. Together, we can ensure that Calgary remains a caring and resilient city for all for generations to come.
Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society

Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society

The CWRS was established in 1993 to provide veterinarian-based professional care for wildlife rehabilitation in the Calgary area and in Southern Alberta. We are dedicated to rescuing, treating and rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife with the intention of releasing them back into the wild. We also provide valuable outreach services to the community by partnering with varied organizations like Corrections Canada, Ronald McDonald House and others. We educate over 5000 school children and others annually about wildlife and our environment and engage volunteers in motivational work while providing valuable personal skill building experiences. Our programs are only possible with your support.
Discovery House

Discovery House

Discovery House is a trusted, dynamic Calgary agency devoted to the safety and well-being of women with children leaving domestic violence. We offer stability, hope and opportunity through long-term residential and individualized community support which result in healthier families and stronger communities.
Easter Seals (Alberta)

Easter Seals (Alberta)

Easter Seals empowers people with disabilities. Our programs provide vital mobility and accessibility equipment based on need - regardless of age, disease or disability. We're all about enhancing the quality of life, self-esteem and self determination of Albertans with disabilities and special needs.
Edmonton Food Bank

Edmonton Food Bank

Mission Statement: To be stewards in the collection of surplus and donated food for the effective distribution, free of charge, to people in need in our community while seeking solutions to the causes of hunger. Each month, over 20,000 people receive hampers from Edmonton’s Food Bank. The Food Bank also distributes food to more than 500,000 meals and snacks each month through 230 partners agencies, churches food depots and schools.
Empowering Minds

Empowering Minds

Driven by the belief that every person is born with the ability to lead, Empowering Minds™ was launched in 2006. The Empowering Minds™ teen leadership development penetrates the core of many social issues, giving students the confidence to lead and better preparing them to combat today’s most difficult developmental issues, including bullying and peer pressure. Empowering Minds™ programs are currently delivered to multiple school boards of Alberta including Calgary and Red Deer. Empowering Minds™ provides teens with proven and innovative leadership programs that develop the confidence, motivation, and resilience necessary to thrive in today’s world.
Epilepsy Association of Calgary

Epilepsy Association of Calgary

The Epilepsy Association of Calgary is a local, charitable, social service agency dedicated to assisting people affected by epilepsy for over 60 years. Approximately 18,000 to 24,000 Calgarians live with epilepsy, many of them children. In addition to offering Support Programs for individuals and families affected by epilepsy, we also offer Public Education Programs in the community, as well as variety of volunteer opportunities. The Epilepsy Association of Calgary is funded by community and provincial grants, donations from individuals and businesses, as well as fundraising events throughout the year.
Epilepsy Association of Calgary – Central Alberta

Epilepsy Association of Calgary – Central Alberta

The Epilepsy Association of Calgary – CENTRAL ALBERTA OFFICE was opened in 2000 to serve people affected by epilepsy Red Deer and the Central Alberta community. Approximately 3500 to 5000 Central Albertans live with epilepsy, many of them children. In addition to offering Support Programs for individuals and families affected by epilepsy, we also offer Public Education Programs in the community, as well as variety of volunteer opportunities. The Epilepsy Association of Calgary – CENTRAL ALBERTA is funded by the United Way of Central Alberta, community and provincial grants, donations from individuals and businesses, as well as fundraising events throughout the year.
Evergreens Foundation

Evergreens Foundation

The Evergreens Foundation is a non-profit housing management body that has been providing affordable housing options to seniors, individuals and families for over fifty years. Our office is located in Hinton, Alberta, Canada and provides support to the surrounding communities of Hinton, Edson, Jasper, Grande Cache and Evansburg. The Evergreens Foundation operates 182 Lodge units, 4 Seniors Self-contained Apartments (120 units), 25 family housing units and numerous Rent Supplement designations throughout the area.
Foothills Stingrays

Foothills Stingrays

The Foothills Stingrays Swim Club, based in Okotoks Alberta, strives to develop young swimmers and their families to create a culture of sustainable provincial, national and international swimming excellence. Our young swimmers learn more than just how to swim, they learn about discipline, hard work, dedication, teamwork and giving back, which helps them become better serving members of the community as they grow beyond our club.
Foundation Fighting Blindness

Foundation Fighting Blindness

The Foundation Fighting Blindness is a Canadian health charity that was founded in 1974 by a small group of families intent on finding a cure for the disease robbing their children of sight. At that time retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration and other retinal dystrophies were thought to be incurable. Undaunted, these families enlisted the support of Canada's leading medical scientists and set to work collecting money for vision research. From the humble beginnings, The Foundation Fighting Blindness has grown to become Canada's leading private supporter or retinal research, having given more than $25 million to groundbreaking eye research taking place at universities and hospitals across the country.
Fresh Start Recovery Centre

Fresh Start Recovery Centre

Fresh Start is a 50-bed residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment centre for men in Calgary, Alberta. We base our program on the 12 steps and the Family Systems Method. We provide a comfortable environment where men and their families can escape addiction, and learn to live rewarding and fulfilling lives in recovery.
Funding for Life

Funding for Life

Funding for Life is a charitable organization that provides financial assistance to those in need of health care services not covered by the Canadian universal public health care program.
GEOMEER

GEOMEER

GEOMEER is a non-profit society that catalyzes initiatives to support local families in dire need, providing them with enough necessities to last for several months. Our goal is to encourage communities to recognize the need that exists amongst them and provide the link through which their contributions can create change
Give A Mile

Give A Mile

Give-A-Mile is dedicated to bringing together people dealing with palliative illness, or life threatening illness with family members or close friends by crowdfunding airline flights through micro-donations of travel loyalty points. A federally registered not-for-profit agency in Canada, Give A Mile is recognized as a charity by Aeroplan’s Beyond Miles program. Through your generosity, the positive energy of social media, and the power of the internet, we can make small miracles happen.
HIV Community Link

HIV Community Link

We serve hundreds of people living with HIV, helping them to better understand their diagnosis and experience improved wellness and quality of life. Based on a philosophy of harm reduction, we meet clients where they are at free of judgment and help to improve their current situation. Our goal is wellness for individuals and communities affected by HIV and Hepatitis C through education, prevention and support.
HOPE Mission

HOPE Mission

Hope Mission is a Christian social care agency that provides care, compassion and offers hope to hurting, hungry and homeless people in Edmonton. We provide basic and emergency care to men, women and young adults. We offer specialized care and addiction treatment through recovery programs, manage a housing first program, hold summer camps for inner-city children and young people, operate a year-round youth sports centre and care for at-risk children through an after school recreation and hot meal program. As well, we operate a rescue van to care for people in crisis on the street.
Impact Society

Impact Society

Impact Society is a Canadian non-profit and national leader in youth development. We are working to build a nation of confident youth living with character, integrity and purpose. With over eighteen years of experience, Impact Society is a national expert, offering HEROES® and other related programs in schools across North America. We’ve helped over 150,000 youth discover their gifts and abilities. We work to create communities filled with empowered youth who inspire others and create positive change. We are passionate about building strengths-focused communities around youth.
Independent Living Resource Centre of Calgary

Independent Living Resource Centre of Calgary

The Independent Living Resource Centre of Calgary (ILRCC) is a consumer controlled, cross disability, community-based, non-profit organization that is committed to promoting and enabling all persons with disabilities to make informed choices about their lives and to achieve their own level of independence. We believe in the right of people to equal opportunity, accessibility and full participation in the community.
Inn from the Cold

Inn from the Cold

Inn from the Cold began out of a community concern for the growing number of people in Calgary facing homelessness during the bitterly cold winter of 1996-1997. Today, families stay at our shelter and in our “Community Inns,” which operate on a rotating basis 365 days a year. Inn from the Cold is a place where individuals, the faith community and organizations unite with the common goal of helping those who need it most. We currently have over 2,700 active volunteers and still honour our original “people helping people” vision.
Keys to Recovery

Keys to Recovery

We provide housing for formerly homeless adults who would otherwise be discharged back into homelessness after completing addictions treatment. Once housed, we then support them in the areas of case management, relapse prevention, employment, life skills, Aboriginal healing, and systems navigation in order to assist them with maintaining their housing and sobriety.
Kids Cancer Care

Kids Cancer Care

Kids Cancer Care is a charitable foundation that reaches out to Children and families during their cancer journey by welcoming them into a caring and healing community. Committed to ending childhood cancer and easing the pain and suffering of the disease, Kids Cancer Care provides programs and funding in four key areas: camp, research, hospital and scholarship programs. By choosing Kids Cancer Care, you are helping fund life-saving research and hospital care. You are helping rekindle lost childhoods at Camp Kindle and creating brighter futures through education scholarships. A better world really does begin with you. Thank you for choosing to help children with cancer.
KidSport Edmonton

KidSport Edmonton

KidSport Edmonton believes that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport Edmonton is one of more than 180 communities across Canada that works locally to identify the needs in their community, raise funds, and support programs that, in keeping with the KidSport mission, create new opportunities for kids to participate in sport. In 2014, KidSport Edmonton supported 1,480 kids in 39 different sports who otherwise would get the opportunity to play. Since launching in 1995, KidSport Edmonton has provided sport opportunities to 10,691 kids and distributed more than $1.47 Million towards sport registration fees.
Knox Presbyterian Church

Knox Presbyterian Church

Knox Church helps its members and adherents grow in their faith by enabling them to find healthy ways: to be connected in a community of people trying to do the same; to explore what connected to God means through significant worship; to know oneself better through discovering what it means to be human by following the example of Jesus and what God is calling us to be; and to connect more deeply with our environment as we are called to be ; stewards of this earth. Knox makes connectedness through: building a community and inviting participation in experiencing and leading worship; providing educational and challenging opportunities to grow spiritually; and providing committee involvement to put heart and hands to our words of compassion and to find ways to work for justice.
Lakeland College

Lakeland College

Lakeland College is a post-secondary college in Alberta. Although established to provide agricultural training, Lakeland has branched out beyond agriculture while maintaining those roots. Today Lakeland students take academic upgrading, agricultural sciences, business, environmental sciences, fire, pre-hospital care and emergency services, health and wellness, human services, interior design technology, performing arts, tourism, apprenticeship training, trades and technology, and university transfer.
Lethbridge Food Bank

Lethbridge Food Bank

For 30 years The Lethbridge Food Bank has been proudly operating within the community of Lethbridge and the surrounding area. Lethbridge is home to over 80,000 people and is continuing to grow rapidly making the Lethbridge Food Bank an important part of the community. Acknowledging the disparity in the availability of resources among Canadians and recognizing that while food banks will be needed for the foreseeable future, we are a short-term response for those living with difficult circumstances. Annually the food bank serves about 20,000 individuals with over half of those being children.
Little Warriors

Little Warriors

Little Warriors is a national organization committed to the awareness, prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse. Little Warriors also provides information about the prevalence and frequency of child sexual abuse and information about healing and support resources.
Lougheed Estates Fort McMurray

Lougheed Estates Fort McMurray

Lougheed Estate's mission as a non-profit partner is to represent and provide leadership to their condo owners with a united voice, advocating and fostering quality lifestyle along with prosperous and sustainable condo ownership.
Made by Momma

Made by Momma

Made by Momma is a grassroots non-profit organization and registered Canadian charity located in Calgary. We help families facing situations of adversity and crisis by providing homemade meals, baked goods, baby essentials, children’s items, supportive in-home visitors and other services to allow mothers the time they need to rest and focus on themselves, their families and bonding with their children. Because are 100% volunteer-run, our operating costs are kept low, and the effectiveness of donated dollars very high.
Make-a-Wish Northern Alberta

Make-a-Wish Northern Alberta

A wish come true helps children feel stronger, more energetic, more willing and able to battle their life-threatening medical conditions. For many of them, it marks a turning point in their fight against their illnesses. A wish improves children’s state of mind, replacing fear with happiness and helping them to feel like normal kids again. Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta has one goal in the granting of each wish - to bring hope, strength and joy to a child with a life-threatening medical condition. Make-A-Wish Northern Alberta will grant 80 wishes in 2012 to children in our community.
Making Changes

Making Changes

Empowering women in transition by providing relevant programs, services and resources.
MEOW Foundation

MEOW Foundation

MEOW Foundation (Make Each One Wanted) is a registered charity and humane society dedicated to rescuing abandoned cats and kittens. Established in 2000, MEOW has been able to improve the lives of over 14,000 cats. MEOW’s programs are designed to control and reduce the cat population in Calgary.
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is the only national volunteer health agency in Canada that funds MS research, provides services for people affected by MS and conducts public education programs. From basic laboratory research to the development of new treatments for people with MS, the MS Society’s research program is making a difference in people’s lives today.
Neighbourlink Calgary

Neighbourlink Calgary

Since 1993 NeighbourLink Calgary has provided basic resources donated by the Calgary community to people in need. Parents have access to diapers, formula, safe cribs and more to help their babies get the best possible start in life. Low income families and individuals are provided with the furniture and household items they need to make their homes safe and comfortable. By providing neighbours in need with free access to such essentials, NeighbourLink assists Calgarians who are living in poverty as they rebuild their lives and create a brighter future for themselves and their children.
Northern Lights Health Foundation
Oops-a-Dazy Rescue and Sanctuary

Oops-a-Dazy Rescue and Sanctuary

Oops-a-Dazy Rescue and Sanctuary Society is a non-profit no-kill rescue and sanctuary for domestic and farm animals suffering from neglect and abuse. Run entirely by volunteers, 100% of funds go directly to saving animals in need. One unspayed cat and her offspring can produce up to 420,000 kittens in just 7 years so our programs focus on education and controlling the pet population through spay and neuter. We provide medical treatment and rehabilitation to animals who otherwise would not have a chance. Ultimately, our goal is to find a loving, permanent home for each animal and end pet homelessness in Alberta.
Pathways Community Service Association

Pathways Community Service Association

Pathways Community Services Association exists to respond to emerging social issues and provide supportive services that allow families and community to thrive. We provide a broad range of cultural opportunities to urban Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities, and we welcome involvement in celebrations and ceremonies that honour culture and history. This includes a continuum of services from early intervention with newborns through to family based care for youth, and intensive support with families in crisis. Individuals are supported in accessing their community, establishing social and professional supports, and connecting with cultural resources and practices that ultimately enhance individual and family function, and reduce isolation.
Peace River Bible Institute

Peace River Bible Institute

Peace River Bible Institute is an interdenominational school that focuses on the basics of evangelical Christianity; is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and grants degrees that are accepted at many evangelical seminaries. Mission: To conduct a Bible College, the training of students in a through knowledge of the Word of God, Holy Scriptures, and the training of students to become ministers, whether at home or abroad.
Phoenix Foundation

Phoenix Foundation

The Phoenix Foundation's mission is to provide unique learning opportunities for families so that each young person may develop into a life long learner and active global citizen.
Red Deer SPCA

Red Deer SPCA

We operate a large companion animal rescue shelter and humane education facility in the heart of Red Deer. In addition, we offer animal assisted therapy to over 20 facilities supporting seniors, children and people with illness. Over 1000 animals are rescued, rehabilitated, and re-homed each year thanks to a generous community of supporters. We rely on donations to fulfill our mission..."we are committed to helping animals and the community, and inspiring change through education." And to our vision..."A compassionate engaged community that respects and supports animals' rights to the five essential freedoms."
Rehabilitation Society of Calgary

Rehabilitation Society of Calgary

The Rehabilitation Society of Calgary is a registered, non-profit charity whose members (all people with disabilities) own operate and maintain their building and programs. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities by creating community using a member owned and operated place where persons with disabilities participate with equality in a work and social setting. Our society has a membership of over 250 people and our daily program attendance ranges from 60 to 100 people with 2 permanent full time staff. The Rehabilitation Society is independent of government, PDD, or United Way funding. Therefore, we are responsible for raising the funds to keep our programs and building operating. For further information about the Rehabilitation Society of Calgary please contact us at 263-8341. We are open Monday through Friday 9AM to 4:30 PM
Ronald McDonald House Central Alberta

Ronald McDonald House Central Alberta

Ronald McDonald House® Central Alberta provides a home away from home for out-of-town families with sick children receiving medical attention in a Red Deer hospital. The House opened in 2012 and the purpose remains the same as every other house - keeping families together in a home-like atmosphere. Thanks to generous donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations across Alberta, we are able to offer affordable accommodation for families. The House is also a safe, secure and comfortable environment to draw strength and support from other families in similar circumstances.
Ronald McDonald House Northern Alberta

Ronald McDonald House Northern Alberta

The 42,000 square foot RMHNA features 32 private family suites and provides a home-away-from-home for families coming to Edmonton to seek treatment for their sick child. In 2012, 855 families and 2,505 people stayed at RMHNA. The House features three kitchens, heated underground parking, a school for guests in Grades 1-12 and several spaces for families to gather. Our staff and hundreds of volunteers provide some meals, activities and support to the families staying at the House.
Ronald McDonald House ® Southern Alberta

Ronald McDonald House ® Southern Alberta

Ronald McDonald House® Southern Alberta provides a home away from home for out-of-town families with sick children receiving medical attention in a Calgary hospital. Though the House has grown and changed since opening in 1985, the purpose remains the same - keeping families together in a home-like atmosphere. Thanks to generous donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations across Alberta, we are able to offer affordable accommodation for families. The House is also a safe, secure and comfortable environment to draw strength and support from other families in similar circumstances.
Scarboro United Church Calgary

Scarboro United Church Calgary

Mission:
To be: An arts based “destination” church
A church that is committed to social justice and is fully engaged in local outreach
A church that offers spiritual sustenance and that others see as welcoming, diverse, and inclusive

As a worship-centered community, we emphasize participatory, innovative worship while honoring the ancient rituals and practices of the church. We offer challenging sermons, meditation and reflection, and excellence in the quality and variety of music. EDUCATION, DEBATE, AND DISCUSSION
As a Christian community in a largely secular society, we recognize the need to respond to the spiritual hunger of our time. We provide opportunities for education and discussion in contemporary theology, biblical interpretation, and spirituality.
SEEDS Connections

SEEDS Connections

SEEDS Connections has a mission of engaging and empowering Canadian youth through human diversity and environmental experiential learning to create positive, powerful change in themselves, their communities and society. We do this through providing educational programs with a focus on diversity, leadership, environmental sustainability, and energy literacy. Our aim is to inspire youth to integrate the Ghandi quote 'be the change you wish to see in the world' into their lives.
Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary (SAS)

Servants Anonymous Society of Calgary (SAS)

The SAS Exit, exploitation Intervention and Transition (EXIT) Program provides an extensive continuum of services and ongoing support for women and girls as young as 16 (some with children) who are victims of sexual exploitation and/or sex trafficking. All of these women have been affected by related issues including addiction, homelessness, trauma and violence. The EXIT Program offers immediate and safe supportive housing allowing women to stabilize and begin the process of healing, and transitional housing to fully independent living as the women progress through the program. We deliver crucial services including: a recovery-oriented, comprehensive Life-skills Program, Women’s Health & Wellness Program, Employment training with paid work experience, an onsite Childcare and Child/Family Development Program, and a long-term Community Follow-Care Service.
Simon House Recovery Centre

Simon House Recovery Centre

Simon House Recovery Centre is a non-denominational, long term, residential treatment centre dedicated to helping men recover from alcoholism and drug addiction. We assist men in developing the interpersonal skills and behaviours necessary to start rebuilding their lives, reconnect to their families, gain employable skills, obtain secure housing, make restitution to those harmed by their addictions and become, once more, contributing members of our community "Building hope and saving lives since... 1983"
Spinal Cord Injury Alberta

Spinal Cord Injury Alberta

Since 1961 the Spinal Cord Injury Alberta (formerly Canadian Paraplegic Association Alberta) has been a leader in offering rehabilitation support and service coordination, peer programs, information, and advocacy for Albertans with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities allowing them to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.
STARS

STARS

The Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) is dedicated to providing safe, rapid, highly specialized emergency medical care and transport to critically ill and injured patients in Western Canada. Every day, STARS flies an average of nine missions from its six bases to communities in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Eastern British Columbia. STARS also offers world-class education and training to health-care professionals and first responders, coordinates tens of thousands of emergency calls every year and provides site registration and monitoring for industry partners. Thanks to the generous support of volunteers, donors and community partners, STARS has flown more than 33,000 missions since 1985. To learn more, visit www.stars.ca.
Sustainable Food Edmonton

Sustainable Food Edmonton

Sustainable Food Edmonton is a non-profit charitable organization who initiates and supports projects and programs to encourage the building of community through urban agriculture. We connect communities and kids with their food, how it’s produced, and the planet that makes it all possible!
TELUS Spark

TELUS Spark

To develop, promote and operate a science centre for education, enjoyment and participation in science, technology and the arts. This is accomplished through education programs, lectures, and exhibitions in Calgary.
The Alex

The Alex

From primary healthcare services to innovative housing solutions for the homeless, The Alex is a leader in improving the lives of Calgary’s most vulnerable citizens. For 40 years, our innovative programs have been changing the landscape of healthcare delivery and social response. Through partner collaboration, programs for the most vulnerable in homelessness and a robust network of health and social services, we tackle complex issues while addressing the unique needs of the people we serve! We save taxpayer dollars by delivering effective programs through an accessible continuum of care.
The Vancouver Aquarium

The Vancouver Aquarium

The Vancouver Aquarium is a recognized leader in connecting people to our natural world. As a self-supporting, non-profit association, the Aquarium is dedicated to effecting the conservation of aquatic life through display and interpretation, education, research and direct action. More than 35 million people have visited the Aquarium since our opening in 1956.
Valley Zoo Development Society

Valley Zoo Development Society

The Valley Zoo Development Society (VZDS) is supporting the stunning and sustainable transformation at the Edmonton Valley Zoo through the Valley Zoo Revitalization Project. As a non-profit partner since 1988, our objective as the VZDS is to raise awareness and funds to improve the experience for the animals, community, and support sustainable and environmental programs. Once a 5-acre petting zoo, the Valley Zoo is now an educational facility, home to over 300 animals and more than 100 species, which contributes to the conservation of global biodiversity through its participation in the Species Survival Program. We are a globally recognized leader in several survival programs including Red Pandas and Snow Leopards; and we invite you to be a part of it. Together, we will make a difference in continued education for our communities, conservation and sustainability efforts and the care of animals, including those on the brink of extinction.
Varsity Community Association

Varsity Community Association

Established in 1965, Varsity Community Association is a non-profit organization and registered charity serving the 12,500 residents of Varsity in NW Calgary. Our Mission is “To enhance and enrich the quality of community for the residents of Varsity”. To that end we work with the City of Calgary on development and infrastructure projects, offer sport and recreation programs for all ages, childcare and also community building events. Voted by Calgarians as the best community in Calgary in 2011 and 2012, we work to ensure our neighbourhood is a vibrant and safe environment in which to raise a family.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton

Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton (WRSE) is committed to proper environmental stewardship and recognizes the important role we play in conserving Alberta’s native species through the services and programs we provide to the community. WRSE is a non-partisan, charitable organization that provides compassionate care for injured, contaminated and orphaned wildlife and educates the public on the importance of wildlife in our community.​
Youth Central

Youth Central

Since 1992, Youth Central (formerly Child and Youth Friendly Calgary) has been delivering programs to the young people of Calgary that provide opportunities for community engagement. Through the programs, youth can volunteer with various community agencies, serve on leadership committees, plan events, and voice their opinions to community leaders. The programs offer youth the opportunity to learn about the value of giving back to the community, gain important life skills, increase self-esteem, make community connections, and become active citizens. Last year over 3,000 youth participated in Youth Central programs and contributed over 37,000 volunteer hours to the community.
YWCA Calgary

YWCA Calgary

From emergency and short-term supportive housing, to child care, counselling and employment skills training, YWCA of Calgary is a leader in ending family violence and poverty. In 2011 alone, the YWCA of Calgary served over 10,000 clients and more than 2,500 of these were children. “Thank you to all the staff that have shown so much care and concern and helped me believe in life after crisis.” Mary, YWCA of Calgary shelter resident By choosing the YWCA of Calgary you help move women and their families from a position of vulnerability to one of sustainable strength and opportunity. Thank you.​
YWCA Edmonton

YWCA Edmonton

We support women and their families by: Helping support a loved one with a disability (Disability Services); Providing counseling to those in crisis (Counseling Services); Mentoring young teen girls to become leaders in their own lives (GirlSpace); Giving families a chance to rebuild after surviving domestic violence (Lakeside Haven); Honouring women making a difference in our community (Women of Distinction); Teaching campers respect for self, others and the environment (YoWoChAs Outdoor Education Centre) We have over 100 years experience providing professional services accessible for everyone but we rely on donors and volunteers to make it happen.
YWCA Lethbridge

YWCA Lethbridge

The YWCA Lethbridge and District has served Southern Alberta for over 65 years and continues to grow and meet the needs of our community. We provide more than 25 unique programs, services and events, with a focus in four distinct and critical areas: violence against women and girls; housing and homelessness; health and wellness; and, youth empowerment. Committed to women and the enhancement of their lives by providing programs and services, which empower them, support equality and promote wellness in mind, body, and spirit, the YWCA Lethbridge and District serves over 6000 women, youth, children and men each and every year. We are the first YWCA in Canada and one of the first four not for profits in Alberta to receive accreditation with Imagine Canada. Support from our community is graciously accepted and used to meet the mission of the YWCA.