Vital Signs 2016
Advice to Advisors Newsletter
SPUR Magazine
Community Impact Investments
Our City, Our Soul
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Vital Signs 2016

Lend your voice to identify needs in the community and provide feedback on how to address issues in this year's survey.  

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Advice to Advisors Newsletter

Read the latest issue of the refreshed Advice to Advisors newsletter.

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SPUR Magazine

It's here! The Spring 2016 issue of SPUR, featuring compelling stories of philanthropy in action.

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Community Impact Investments

A program of loans, mortgages and other debt financing for Calgary and area charitable organizations.

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Our City, Our Soul

Soul of the City Neighbour Grants 2016 offers $10,000 to five great ideas to revitalize communities. The five lucky winning projects are...

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Click here to learn more about this exciting new web-based tool that will showcase nonprofit organizations unique stories of impact.


DonOR CENTRAL


CLICK HERE to create a DonorCentral account or to login to your existing account.

DonorCentral allows Fundholders to view Fund balance, gifts made to the Fund, grants history, research grantee organizations and easily make grant recommendations online.

WHAT's Happening

Calgary Foundation announces $1.1 million contribution to the Rebuilding Fort         

McMurray Fund 

In response to the forest fires in the Fort McMurray community, the Calgary Foundation, along with community foundations across Alberta established the Rebuilding Fort McMurray Fund held at the Edmonton Community Foundation.

The Calgary Foundation has made a $1.1 million contribution to the Rebuilding Fort McMurray Fund comprised of $100,000 from the Calgary Foundation and $1 million from an anonymous donor.  As of June 13, approximately $1.34 million in total has been contributed to the Rebuilding Fort McMurray Fund. 

Visit the Edmonton Community Foundation’s website for further updates.

Read the Calgary Foundation’s media release here


Calgary Foundation announces $20 million impact investment fund

President and CEO Eva Friesen and vice-chair of the board of directors Bob Gibson announced the new Community Impact Investments program at the CCVO Connections Conference held April 12, 2016. This $20 million fund is available because of a donation from a visionary anonymous donor. 


Syrian Crisis Refugee Assistance 

The Calgary Foundation is proactive in its response to crises at both the local and international levels, and it is the mission of the Foundation to facilitate collaborative philanthropy by making powerful connections between donors and community organizations.

The Calgary Foundation provided a grant of $72,000 in December 2015 to Calgary Catholic Immigration Services to hire staff who will coordinate all of the generosity Calgarians are offering to assist with the settlement of these new citizens. For information on how you can help Syrian refugees in Calgary, please visit https://www.srcalgary.ca/ 


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