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  • Volunteer for Hull Services Stampede Breakfast!

    Saddle up, cowboy, and make the Stampede breakfast memorable for children and families around Calgary!

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  • 2014 Great Kids Awards

    On April 27, 2014, the Government of Alberta was honoured to present 16 outstanding young leaders with the 2014 Great Kids Award.

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  • What Gives YYC - Innovative Giving in Calgary

    Want to help give away $25,000 to deserving charities in Calgary? Here're your chance!

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  • Minister's Forum on Child Sexual Abuse

    Come join the conversation and discuss best practices in the area of child sexual abuse and government policy.

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  • Important CRA Changes for Charities

    By November 17, 2014, all federally registered non-profits are required to transition to the new Canadian Not-for-Profit Corporation Act, or risk dissolution.

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  • Alberta's Promise

    Welcomes Our Newest Partners

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  • Better employment opportunities, higher incomes, stronger community connections and greater happiness

    —these are but a few of the social (and economic) benefits resulting from children and youth mentorship programs

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  • Canadian Paediatric Society


    Presents a new website, "Caring for Kids New to Canada"

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OUR PROMISES   A Healthy Start | Caring AdultsChild and Youth Friendly Communities | Lifelong Learning | Opportunities to Contribute

Making Alberta a Great Place for Kids

Alberta’s Promise is a movement. A passion. A spark that inspires Albertans to direct more resources toward children and youth. And a connection point where communities, businesses, service clubs, foundations, agencies and individuals come together to realize the value of a great investment.

For over a decade, Alberta’s Promise has been working with corporate and not-for-profit partners to enhance the resources available to children and youth in communities throughout the province. We believe that we have a collective responsibility to do more and better for the next generation, and that the opportunities we give children today will shape their success—and our collective economic and social well-being—tomorrow.

Alberta’s Promise is a service that helps partners identify impactful community investment opportunities, connect with local not-for-profit agencies, and facilitate mutually-beneficial partnerships that champion corporate social responsibility. Through these partnerships, we collectively keep our promises to children and youth by supporting early childhood development, skills development, family and community supports, and youth engagement opportunities.

Join the movement. Become a Promise Partner and join over 1600+ partners who are dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of children and youth in Alberta. Whether through financial gifts, in-kind goods and services, or volunteer commitments, our partners are creating opportunities for children and youth to reach their full potential.

Get in touch with us and see how Alberta’s Promise can help your organization get on the little red wagon and inspire partnerships for kids.

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