This listing features health-related charities and non-profit organizations in the Greater Calgary Area. Including hospital foundations and sites dedicated to research and prevention of medical conditions such as heart and stroke disease, cancer, parkinso
Syn.ap.tic is a multi-disciplinary facility located in Calgary's beltine, which provides long term, outpatient rehab to people with neurological conditions, such as spinal cord injuries (SCI), Multiple Sclerosis, stroke and Parkinson's.
Our focus is on procuring clean water, proper sanitation and hygiene for villagers in rural Malawi to improve the health of the population, relieve suffering due to waterborne illnesses and reduce the incidence of death.
The Tomorrow Project is looking for office volunteers. The Tomorrow Project is the largest research study ever undertaken in Alberta. Its primary goal is to discover more about what causes cancer, so that it may be prevented in the future.
Plan a one-night event where Calgarians can contribute to people living with HIV simply by dining out at a participating restaurant. Tasks include:Restaurant Hosts/Greeters, Restaurant Recruitment, Media Promotions and Printing, and Prizing
Carter's Quest for a cure Exists to fundraise to find a Cure for Hemophilia. A disorder that 3 Year old Carter has. We are always looking for different venues to fundraise at, as well as ways to creat exposure for our Cause. Check us out.
The CPAA is looking to form a focus group to help in the planning of an accessible raised bed garden to be used by persons with disabilities beginning in the summer of 2012. To volunteer contact email@example.com
The Calgary Cerebral Palsy Association also the CCPA is a Calgary based non-profit organization and registered charity dedicated to supporting Calgary and area families and their children of all ages affected by cerebral palsy.
1400KM walk through world's longest golf course the Nullarbor Links
Benefiting The Arthritis Society in Canada and The Royal Flying Doctors of Australia. Two people, two charities, two countries www.nullywalk.com
Osteoporosis Canada works towards educating Canadians to make informed decisions about their bone health. They provide access to care and support research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.