As a volunteer-operated organization, SupportWorks is very appreciative of the support we receive from our partners. We’re proud to work with community partners who provide us with comfortable spaces to host our peer support meetings as well as financial partners whose contributions help us operate our programs each month.
The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) funds initiatives that enhance and enrich communities throughout Alberta.
The Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund is part of the Bell Mental Health Initiative, a $50 million multi-year national program in support of mental health.
First Calgary Financial recognizes the necessity of employee learning and training to ensure organizational effectiveness. Through their Knowledge Builders program, they support charitable organizations with internal learning needs that address growth in the area of leadership, planning, teamwork or organizational development.
The Nickle Family Foundation‘s goal is to strengthen the community by funding non-profit organizations which excel at serving important community needs.
With 91 Community Newsletters Published and Delivered Monthly to 415,000 Households Across 149 Calgary and Area Communities, SupportWorks chose Great News Publishing Ltd. to help reach our desired demographic and community audience in a publication.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary provides quality programs to children and youth that support the healthy physical, educational and social development of young people and their families.
Calgary Co-op is one of the largest retail co-operatives in North America. Calgary’s local fresh market is committed to lead in food, petroleum, home health care, pharmacy and travel. They are also dedicated to improving the lives of community members.
At the Calgary Public Library, their mission is to inspire life stories.
The Canadian Mental Health Association’s mandate is to create awareness, provide promotion and education, and support and advocate for individuals and families living with mental illness and addictions.
Community Wise Resource Centre is a home for community serving agencies in Calgary providing affordable working and meeting space while preserving, restoring and maintaining the historical aspects of the building.
The South Health Campus redefines health care delivery within the community, integrating leading technology, research and education with unique healing environments.