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The Clean Hands, Giving Hearts COVID-19 Response Fund has been established through the Calgary Health Trust to give you a fast, simple way to contribute to the area of greatest need in Calgary’s response to COVID-19 and to share your messages of gratitude with those on the front-line. Your support is needed to ensure that we can respond effectively to the emerging needs of our community in this crisis.
Your gift will be used where it’s needed most:
• Impacting Front-Line Workers Through Health and Research
• Impacting Vulnerable Populations Through Health and Wellness
• Impacting Mental Health in the Community Through Health, Wellness and Research
If you can afford to make a donation, your contribution makes a difference.
Donate at the 'Clean Hands, Giving Hearts' website
Since 2006, the Cancervive Foundation of Alberta has raised awareness for Alberta Wellspring centres. Wellspring is a non-profit organization that offers free support programs and resources to those affected by cancer.
Cancervive riders, volunteers, and supporters have many reasons for participating in Cancervive. They get involved because they’re a cancer survivor, because they lost someone to cancer, because someone they love has cancer, and because they want to ride for a good cause. Here are inspiring stories from members of our extended Cancervive family about why they’re involved.
More information at Cancervive.ca
Youth Central is a charitable non-profit organization founded in 1992. Their mission is to empower youth to find and build their communities. Through different programs, Youth Central offers volunteer and leadership opportunities to youth aged 12-18. The goal as an organization is to change the perception of youth in our communities by giving youth the tools and support they need to become engaging, empathetic and caring citizens with a sense of ownership and responsibility. Youth Central supports youth in building valuable skills for future employment, give them a voice, and grow their understanding of their community.
More information at YouthCentral.com