Who We Help


The YWCA of Calgary is dedicated to breaking the cycles of domestic violence, homelessness and poverty. We believe that healthy women and healthy families lead to a thriving community.

 


Calgary Health Trust raises funds for Alberta Health Services – Calgary area. Contributions to the Calgary Health Trust support advancements in technology, programs and services at the Foothills Medical Centre, Peter Lougheed Centre, Rockyview General Hospital, Women’s Health and Carewest continuing care centres. You can choose to direct your donations to specific areas that matter to you most such as cancer, heart health, seniors’ health, community health or staff education to name a few.

 


Safe Haven Foundation was founded in 1996 to provide homeless and at-risk teenage girls with the stability and trust of a warm and caring home for as long as they needed, to finish school, work through their personal difficulties and become responsible, self-reliant adults. In 2000, the organization went from concept to reality with the opening of a facility to house up to six girls, ages 12 to 18, to provide them with as regular a home life as possible and a safe, stable place to live. This program, now renamed Haven’s Way and operated by Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary, is recognized as one of the first programs of its kind in Canada and continues to adhere to the original mandate of providing long-term homes with stable family environments and lifetime relationships for homeless, at-risk teenage girls, empowering them to achieve self-sufficiency.

 


The Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter offers many programs to women, children, youth and men hurt by family violence and abuse as well as programs for men who want to change their abusive behaviours.

 


The Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CCFF) is a Canada-wide health charity with more than 50 volunteer chapters. The CCFF’s primary objective is to fund cystic fibrosis research and care. The Foundation is one of the world’s largest non-governmental granting agencies in the field of cystic fibrosis research.

 


Kin Canada has established the Kin Canada Bursaries, in memory of the Association’s founder, Hal Rogers, who passed away in September 1994 at the age of 95. This is a program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund. Its purpose is to promote, encourage and sponsor educational programs and activities. Financial assistance is available to students in their quest for higher learning at a recognized university, community college, technical institute or other post-secondary institution for advanced education. The Endowment Fund awards $1,000 bursaries to successful applicants.

 


Wellspring Calgary exists to inform, support, and empower patients, families and caregivers by helping them to address the fear, isolation, disruption and practical problems which cancer can bring to our lives. All of our programs, services and resources are offered free of charge and without referral. We welcome you to explore all that is available. We welcome you to Wellspring Calgary.

 


Dreams Take Flight Canada / Voyage De Reves is a registered children’s charity in Canada. Dreams Take Flight Calgary is a chapter of Dreams Take Flight Canada / Voyage De Reves which consists of a group of Air Canada Employees, family members and associates who volunteer to raise money to take terminally or chronically ill, mentally, physically, socially or emotionally challenged children to Disneyland for an all expense paid one-day trip to the happiest place on Earth to see Mickey and his friends.

 


Made by Momma is a 100% volunteer-run grassroots non-profit organization and registered Canadian charity located in Calgary. Their mission is to help families facing situations of adversity and crisis by providing healthy homemade meals, wholesome baked goods, baby essentials, children’s items, supportive in-home visitors and other services to allow mothers the time they need to rest, recover and focus on their families and their health.

 


This fall, Sonshine Community Services will open Sonshine Children’s Centre, a specialized day care for the children who reside at Sonshine and other shelters that will provide innovative programming designed to bring hope and healing for these wonderful children. Our specialized day care will provide support for moms and children ensuring a seamless approach to service delivery for children while they are in the Sonshine Children’s’ Centre and in the home. Given this unique opportunity to provide support on a consistent basis, we are optimistic about our ability to have a great impact.

 

 

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It can be challenging to make friends that will last a lifetime. However, at Kin Canada, new friends and new horizons are just around the corner.

Kin Canada is a nation-wide non-profit organization that is made up of smaller clubs across the country for women, men, post-secondary students and children! The Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs here in Calgary are dynamic organizations filled with people just like you.

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