Charities we Support

About funding

We are proud to support grassroots charities in the Edmonton area that alleviate homelessness and hunger, provide shelter, prevent crime and meet clients' needs through special projects. We consider charity size, alternate funding and resources, financial management, and potential project outcomes as well as alignment to our funding priorities. Ultimately, it is our goal through funding, to build thriving communities by empowering with the opportunities needed to live a fulfilled and meaningful life.

The Board of Governors has developed a funding plan that sees a majority of funding being determined through our funding applications received by our annual November 30th deadline and dispersed early in the calendar year. If you are a charity seeking funding, we encourage you to apply, or reach out for more information to hello@realtorscommunityfoundation.com.

 

2018-2019 Charities

The Board of Governors is incredibly proud of the REALTOR® Community for their contributions that made it possible to give $255,000 to Edmonton area charities last year!  - As a result 29 recipients were able to fuel their important work. 

We are visiting our charities individually to get the scoop on the work they are doing - check out our stories tab to learn more about the ones we've visited so far!

 

Abbottsfield Youth Project Society

Healthy Snack Program

Beverly Towne Community Development Society

Youth Options/Alpha Kidz 

B's Supporting Youth Foundation

B's has a lunch program that not only feeds kids, but teaches them how to cook healthy meals.

Camp Health, Hope and Happiness (He Ho Ha)

Road repairs have supported Camp He Ho Ha campers of all ages who have physical and mental disabilities to be able to truly access all the areas of the grounds, and in turn participate in all the wonderful activities.

CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health

A specialized pre-kindergarten classroom for day treatment program

Cornerstone Counselling Society of Edmonton

Compassion Fund, providing counselling to those who wouldn't be able to otherwise afford it.

Dogs with Wings Assistance Dog Society

REALTORS® are proudly funding the training of a service dog named Carter who will soon graduate and unlock a world of possibilities for his new owner.

Edmonton Meals on Wheels

The meal subsidy program funded allows more clients to receive meal delivery. With over 70% of clients over the age of 70, this often means a senior is being empowered to age in place while also receiving the social value of volunteer interaction.

Fusion Community Kitchen

Commercial refrigerator and range cook-top replacements will allow the programming that teaches kitchen and healthy eating skills to soar.

Good Samaritan Society

Recreation Program Initiative

Gordon Russel's Crystal Kids Youth Centre

Snacks for children who use the centre which is located on Alberta Avenue.

Hope Mission

Funding towards 24/7 shelter initiatives

Inner City Youth Development Association

Meals Program

Kids Help Phone

Crisis Text Line 

Kids on Track Association of Edmonton

Funding for the Home Builders' Program which supports children and parents experiencing family breakup or bereavement.

Leduc and District Food Bank Association

Supporting the refit of a new building to serve more people.

Little Warriors

Funding for the Warrior Girls Program

Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts

Community arts program for youth attending the Crystal Kids Centre - by showing youth art as a tool for expression and celebrating it, we're setting them up for success.

Shiloh Youth Ranch

Supporting the transportation to camp for campers.

Stop Abuse in Families Society (SAIF)

Youth counselling program

The Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research (ISTAR)

Client assistance program for teens and adults with co-existing disorders

The Learning Centre Literacy Association

Barrier-Free Childcare Program

Uncles and Aunts at Large (Edmonton Area) Society

Funding meals for the 7-week Strengthening Families Program

Wellspring Edmonton

The Nourish Program delivers professionally facilitated programs to cancer patients that are focused on eating well to support treatment and healing in an environment built to connect people undergoing similar experiences.

Wilderness Youth Challenge Program

A program to connect at-risk youth to nature

You Can Ride 2 

A program of Goodwill Industries of Alberta that provides adapted bikes for youth with disabilities, the Foundation provided support for Families to whom finances could be a barrier.

Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS)

Armoury Resource Centre Security Systems and Software upgrades that will allow the facility to be safer for YESS clients.

 

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