Charity Spotlight

Teddy

Awareness. Advocacy. Support.

As part of our commitment to “take care of our world”, and particularly giving back to our community, we wanted to find a way to make a difference. While we have been involved with the Children’s Miracle Network and Realtor’s Community Foundation of Edmonton for years and adore both groups, we realized that we needed to broaden the scope and that there were too many incredible groups in our city to narrow our support to just one or two. Thus, the #charityspotlight was born – a program that works with a local charities for a 3 month period, raising awareness about their programs/services and the people that they help.

We are believers in being blessed to be a blessing and our goal is to connect more people in our city to causes and charities that they may not have known about. We want to encourage Edmontonians to get even more involved in making a difference and to help them find organizations to volunteer with or donate to that fit with their passions.

We pick groups that we are passionate about and focus on these keys:

Local Groups
Homelessness
Hunger
Women
Children

“If you want to change the world, start at home”

Mother Theresa

Current Charity Spotlight:

Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation is dedicated to building better mental health and mental health care for people in Alberta. We do this through raising, managing and distributing funds to support ground-breaking education and programs, cutting-edge research, next generation technologies, and facility enhancements within the addiction and mental health care system.

More information.

Previous Charity Spotlights

Sport Central

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The Madden DeLuca Foundation

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The Mustard Seed

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Ronald McDonald House

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Lurana Shelter

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Little Warriors

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Adopt a Teen

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Youth Empowerment and Support Services

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