United Way Funding - $43,394.00
Accredited Supports to the Community - $8,000.00
Healthy Families is a Home Visitation program for families with children 0-6 years. Providing in-home support, information and referrals in the areas of child development, positive parenting, family support, and community resources. Following guidelines established for Home Visitation by the Alberta Human Services Ministry and are members of the Alberta Home Visitation Network Association. The program has the unique ability to work with a family until the youngest child reaches school age. This allows that some families are on caseload for a few months, some for a few years.
Camp Chestermere - $9,338.00
CLTD Teen Leadership is open to all Chestermere teenage residents as well as those outside of Chestermere. The program aims to help students develop into effective leaders not only at the camp but in their schools, sports teams and other activities they are involved in. Through sessions, activities, team-building games, applicable resources and more, Camp Chestermere encourages participants to explore their skills and abilities, learn how they best lead and work in a team, learn what healthy life choices look like, and learnt to value the importance of charity and volunteer work in their communities.
Junior Achievement of Southern Alberta - $5,000.00
Financial Literacy, Work Readiness, and Entrepreneurship for Chestermere Youth is comprised of 11 unique, age-appropriate and curriculum aligned programs. The program establishes skills at a young age and builds upon them in a consistent manner as students progress in a school setting from grades 1 to 12.
Synergy - $15,187.00
SHOUT Based on the One Circle Curriculum, the weekly SHOUT Boys/Girls Program has been delivered to the community and local schools for the past few years. Program Coordinators are able to adapt the program content and activities to meet the specific needs of youth ages 10-13 as well as 13+ in each session. Each program has individual lesson plans with goals that target fundamental aspects of youth development which include goals of building healthy relationships.
Trellis Society - $5,819.00
Six Week Circle Time in the Park 0-5 years old is a program held in a centrally located local park during the summer months that ensures all children reach their full potential and receive the best possible start in life through connection, learning and growing.
FCSS Funding - $130,000.00
Camp Chestermere - $24,888.00
Helping All Campers Succeed offers 1:1 program care for children with a wide variety of needs including ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, Mental Health Concerns, Development Delays and more. Campers are assigned a leader for their week at camp who contact the families before arrival to work with them on designing programming for their child. These leaders would also provide training for all camp staff to ensure everyone is involved in helping all campers succeed.
Camp Chestermere - $9,880.00
The Volunteer Mentorship Program Coordinator interviews potential people who have been recommended through the Gateway program run by the Calgary Police Service. This coordinator provides more one on one assistance to the participants and supervises them while onsite at the camp. The position was expanded in 2018 to be able to welcome more participants who may have been recommended by their parents, other local agencies and the local RCMP detachment. The coordinator will also manage requests from volunteers in the community who wish to fulfil roles at the camp in the work crews, kitchen, water sports and more.
Calgary Immigrant Women's Association - $34,000.00
Counselling Supports for Immigrant Families supports families living in Chestermere by providing customized culturally sensitive support services in 11 languages that empower immigrant women and their families to develop independence, strengthen coping skills, become more resistant to crisis and promote peaceful and harmonious living.
Chestermere Food Bank - $10,000.00
The Community Kitchen will offer a safe place where small groups can come together in a commercial kitchen to prepare meals to be taken home to feed families or to be donated within the community to “Feed the Need.”
Chestermere Public Library - $5,732.00
Afterschool at CPL is a free and inclusive program with various activities and different focuses set for each day for children and families outside of school setting.
Synergy - $45,500.00
SHOUT Based on the One Circle Curriculum, the weekly SHOUT Boys/Girls Program has been delivered to the community and local schools for the past four years. Program Coordinators are able to adapt the program content and activities to meet the specific needs of youth ages 10-13 as well as 13+ in each session. Each program has individual lesson plans with goals that target fundamental aspects of youth development which include goals of building healthy relationships.