1. Calgary Reads – @CalgaryReads
Calgary Reads acts as a bridge between home and school, working to create communities where reading matters. We engage corporate partners, champions, networks and systems (including education and health care) in this process.
Find free literacy-building and reading resources including games and books, and learn about our many?programs and initiatives. Find out more by reading about our strategic direction, and explore our innovative?Theory of Change document.
2.?Oneball Charitable Cancer Organization?- @OneballCharity
(a.k.a. Fight Testicular Cancer Federation of Canada)
Oneball?s mission is to raise awareness of Testicular Cancer, fund critical testicular cancer research, promote early diagnosis,?and provide meaningful assistance to patients one ball at a time.
That being said, Oneball believes that Cancer is not just a disease, it?s a community. What this means is that if you have?ANY?questions about cancer or the journey ahead, please feel free to drop us a line! You don?t even have to talk about balls.?We?re here to help.
- Testicular cancer is the #1 type affecting men between 15-35 years old.
- It?s a local Calgary-based charity.
- The money will stay in Alberta, to raise awareness and assist patients struggling with the disease.
We create a well-balanced, individualized, integrated, and intensive program for each student, designed to prepare them for re-entry into their community school as quickly as possible.
Students with special needs require an Individualized Program Plan (IPP) that builds upon their strengths while remediating or compensating for their learning disorder. Lesson content responds to the needs of each student while adhering to the Alberta Education program of studies