Donations for Afghan and Ukrainian Resettlement

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We have always known that Calgarians and Albertans are committed to the place we all call home. This is even more evident when it comes to the support we have received from organizations, community groups, and businesses, as we welcome Afghan and Ukrainian refugees to Canada.

A huge thank you to these great partners!

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  • The City of Calgary  | Community Neighbourhoods

    Provided direct support for our children and youth by offering programs, field trips and recreational opportunities.

    Purchased activity kits for children and youth and organized a backpack stuff event, distributing backpacks filled with school supplies.

    Set up play bins of outdoor activity equipment at our temporary accommodation locations.

  • Prospect Human Services

    Provided two (2) 20-foot shipping containers to store and sort community donations.

  • Trellis

    Redirected all internal donations to CCIS and offered support for digital programming for the children & youth.

  • Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth

    Offered support for digital programming for children & youth.

  • GOAT Salon

    Mobilized salons and stylists from around Calgary to offer free hair services to Afghan women, men, children and youth. Provided their spaced & resources for weekend salon days.

  • Canadian Tire | Jumpstart

    Canadian Tire has been a great corporate sponsor, providing 2500 sports balls, winter jackets and boots, as well as much-needed luggage.

  • Walmart

    Donated 200 hockey bags to assist with luggage and travel needs.

  • Bow City Storage

    Reduced storage unit costs (for storage of donations). Provided at cost, a 60% reduction.

  • Mainstreet Equity

    As they did with the Syrians in 2016, Mainstreet has provided rental units to the Afghans.

  • Royal Bank of Canada

    The Crowfoot bank location coordinated a donation drive amongst staff and customers, and encouraged other internal RBC teams to do the same. 

  • Calgary Zoo

    Donated 300 entrance passes for families.

  • Fairfield Watson

    Organized a donor drive for hockey bags amongst staff, clients, and friends, and committed the team for a full day of volunteering, resulting in 15 participants.

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