We could not achieve the goal of ending homelessness without the help of the 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.
Government of Alberta
Government of Canada
Albi Homes Ltd.
Boardwalk REIT Limited Partnership
Bon Jovi Tours
BP Canada Energy Company
Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP
Caon Services Inc.
Canadian Oil Sands Limited
Cenovus Employee Foundation
Cenovus Energy Inc.
Encana Cares Foundation
GLJ Petroleum Consultants Ltd.
Home Depot Canada Foundation
Husky Energy Inc.
Matco Investments Inc.
Norris Family Foundation
NOVA Chemicals Corporation
Brian & Anne O'Leary
Penbina Pipelines Corp.
RGO Office Products
Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation
The Calgary Foundation
The Hotchkiss Family Foundation
The Wettstein Family Fund
TransCanada PipeLines Limited
Kelly S. Watters-Radcliffe
United Way of Calgary & Area
Special thanks to:
The RBC Foundation has contributed toward the 2013-2014 homeless serving agency training workshops which CHF co-ordinates. 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.
Home Depot Canada Foundation donated toward renovations at Acadia Place, including a new roof and awnings.
TransCanda 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.
A thousand words are not sufficient to say
ATB Financial has teamed up with the CHF for
Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP,
NOVA Chemicals Corporation is helping to fund
CHF 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!