This listing features general charities and non-profit organizations in the Greater Calgary Area. Including charities for sport, special events, community development, literacy projects, international aid and more.
A non profit providing Internet access and digital education to those who do not have a computer or other device, to find a job on the Internet. FREE services include mentoring, resume and cover letter preparation, interviewing strategies.
Our mission is to provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
CUPS helps individuals and families in Calgary overcome poverty. Through integrated health care, education and housing services, CUPS empowers people to overcome the challenges of poverty and reach their full potential.
Do you want to spend your summer outside mountain biking, skating or doing activities like Eurobungy, climbing wall, mini put and water fights? Visit www.winsportcanada.ca for job descriptions and to apply.
Giving Back to the Community – Women Helping Women – Having Fun! The Canadian Progress Club Calgary Wild Rose ladies chapter is currently recruiting new members to join us in giving back through fun-raising and community service.
JOI Media is organizing its JOI to the World campaign which aims at spreading hope and happiness in the form of gift boxes to the city’s less fortunate. We are focusing on collectively filling 5000 boxes. For more info: email@example.com
The Calgary Fetal Alcohol Network is hosting the second annual Run/Walk FASD to support individuals living with FASD and their caregivers. Registration is online at www.runningroom.com. Please come out and show your support.
YWCA of Calgary is a registered Canadian charity that offer programs and services for women and their families providing them with the skills, abilities and opportunities to contribute to and benefit from healthy communities.
Minkha Sweaters is a Bolivian Knitting Cooperative run under the guidance of Save the Children Canada. With help from dedicated volunteers, the knitters have been able to provide their families with a home and an education for their kids.