We could not achieve the goal of ending homelessness without the help of governments, companies and individuals who generously give financial and in-kind gifts. We’d like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their immense support. A full listing of donors from the last fiscal year is available in our annual Report to the Community.

Special thanks to:

Government-of-Canada-logoThe CHF administers the Government of Canada’s Homeless Partnering Strategy funding, for which we received $6.3 million in 2014.

In 2014, Alberta’s Human Services Ministry contributed $30.1 million to programs and Alberta Health Services contributed $2.0 million to programs.

RBCThe RBC Foundation contributed to agency training workshops. The workshops are intended for front-line staff, team leads, program managers and senior managers who work with singles, youth, women, families and Aboriginal people who are at risk of or experiencing homelessness.

HomeDepotHome Depot Canada Foundation donated toward renovations at Acadia Place, including a new roof and awnings in 2013 and new doors and intercom in 2014.

TransCanadaTransCanada Pipelines Ltd. is supporting the 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness with a new one-year donation.

Nexen Energy ULC is supporting the 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness with a three year commitment.

Bon JoviA thousand words are not sufficient to say “thank you” to Jon Bon Jovi for his generous donation from the “Because We Can” Calgary concert on April 2, 2013.

ATBATB Financial has teamed up with the CHF for a three-year program called the ATB Social Enterprise Incubator, to focus on innovative ways, such as social enterprise and investment vehicles, to raise funds for ending homelessness.

BD&PBurnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP, a founding sponsor of CHF, made a recent commitment of continued CHF support, including funding the city-wide homeless counts , research symposiums and the Community Summit 2013.

NOVANOVA Chemicals Corporation is helping to fund the Homeless Management Information System for four years, enabling more Calgary homeless-serving agencies to participate.

Brookfield2CHF was the $10,000 winner of Brookfield Homes’ Showhome Charity Challenge in March 2012. Thank you for helping bring awareness to our mission to end homelessness in Calgary!

Thank you to our Donors

2014 Donors

2013 Donors

The 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness is a collaborative effort.