The Hotchkiss Brain Institute hosts an annual Brain Bee for high school students from Calgary and area. Similar to a spelling bee, a brain bee tests neuroscience knowledge of aspiring young scientists.
Ronald McDonald House® Southern Alberta provides a home away from home for out-of-town families with sick children receiving medical attention in a Calgary hospital. Though the House has grown and changed since opening in 1985, the purpose remains the same - keeping families together in a compassionate and comfortable, home-like atmosphere.
The HBITO Outreach committee volunteered to cook dinner at the Ronald McDonald House. They prepared a dinner including chicken, potatoes and vegetables. In the past, they prepared "Breakfast for Dinner" including bacon, sausage, waffles, scrambled eggs and more.
AAFS is a group respite that provides Respite Care in a Recreational Environment for children, youth and adults on the Autism Spectrum; including but not limited to Autism, Aspergers, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Non Verbal Learning Disorder. AAFS is constructed and implemented by the youth; we envision and facilitate programming where youth can choose their own activities and every intricate detail of each activity regardless of how difficult it is to conceptualize or organize
CSRS Outreach Workers assist hundreds of seniors per month with things like pensions and benefits, housing and home care support, or personal/family crisis. In addition, thousands of seniors citywide benefit from programs such as Escorted Transportation, Seniors' Social Link or Friendly Visiting every year. Volunteer positions involve trips to client homes.
The MS Society of Canada is here to ensure that no one faces MS alone. In communities across Canada, our volunteers and staff provide information, support, educational events and other resources for people with MS and their families and work to change government practices
The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta (CPAA) is a registered non-profit organization and makes a difference in the community by enriching the lives of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Through our programs and services, we promote awareness, acceptance and understanding for persons with disabilities to live Life Without Limits.
ARBI offers hope to people who have been devastated by a severe brain injury. Through our 30 years of providing long-term, intensive therapy and support to individuals, we know that survivors experience positive life changes. Significant improvements can happen years following their injury.
Volunteers are required to support individuals with severe acquired brain injuries. This is an ideal opportunity for students planning to enter medically related fields of study.
We are so grateful for our tremendous volunteers. By giving the gift of time, you build up our capacity. And you make it possible for us to have a greater impact, serving even more people impacted by dementia.
We rely on kind-hearted people to help with everything from administrative duties in our office, to visiting members at our Adult Day Program or helping with annual events.
Our relationship with volunteers is built on a foundation of mutual respect and a belief that both parties should benefit from working together. We strive to create this balance and acknowledge the extraordinary contribution of our volunteers to community initiatives.