Capacity Building and Emerging Issues funding allocations
The tables below show the past year of funding, followed by the previous year. The funding listed for the most recent calendar year is the approved grant amount.
Funding process: Capacity Building and Emerging Issues funding is available to non-profit organizations to strengthen their organizational effectiveness, increase their programs’ impact, and address emerging social issues and trends that are impacting Calgarians. The application period is generally held annually in Q1. Visit Call for funding proposals for currently open calls.
|Organization||Project name and description||Funding amount|
|Action Coalition On Human Trafficking Alberta Association||
Cross-Agency Partnerships to Empower the Anti-Trafficking Sector: To improve services and programs across the sector that serve victims/survivors of human trafficking by seeking direct input of clients, and elevating cross-agency partnerships.
Insurance Equity Roundtable: To improve the social and financial resilience of Calgarians by addressing barriers to personal insurance coverage and building community resilience to mitigate the impacts of emergencies and disruptive events.
|Autism Calgary Association||
Calgary's Autism Community: To support Calgary’s Autism community in adapting to the new post-pandemic social reality.
|Community Kitchen Program of Calgary Society||
The Good Food Box: To review and adapt the Good Food Box program to ensure Calgarians have equitable access to nutritious food.
|Skipping Stone Scholarship Foundation||
Trans Affirming Network Development: To advance inclusive policies and practices by working with community leaders for transgender and gender diverse individuals.
|Organization Name||Project name and description||Funding amount|
|Action Dignity Society||
Brokers for Equity and Empowerment (BEE) Project: To strengthen the governance and resource development capacity centered on the implementation of its Broker Strategy
|Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Calgary and Area||
Alumni Engagement Strategy: To build an Alumni Engagement Strategy that will identify and implement ways to effectively maintain and grow relationships with program alumni in Calgary.
|Bow Cliff Seniors||
Post Pandemic Recovery Coordination: To support and assist vulnerable seniors to reengage with society and begin the healing benefits of regular activity.
|Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth||
Simulation Modeling to Increase Capacity: To predict future needs and demand for resources to meet the increasing needs of youth experiencing vulnerabilities
|Calgary Immigrant Women's Association||
Meaning Behind the Numbers: To increase technological capacity to efficiently compile, retrieve and interpret data to improve services for immigrant women and their families
|Calgary John Howard Society||
Human Resources Strategy Development: To develop and implement of a sustainable HR framework.
|Calgary Legal Guidance Society||
Sahwoo mohkaak tsi ma taas - An Indigenous led Review: To create a collaborative, culturally respectful evaluation project to build understanding of the impact of Sahwoo mohkaak tsi ma taas.
|Calgary Seniors' Resource Society||
Evaluation of SeniorConnect: To engage in a research-based evaluation of SeniorConnect to help understand the current state of service delivery to seniors.
|Calgary Young Men's Christian Association||
YMCA Community Branch Enhacement: To re-envision programming to stabilize current operations and more effectively respond to the emerging needs of Calgarians
|Calgary Youth Justice Society||
HR Growth Strategy and Resources: To develop an HR Growth Strategy to maintain an exceptional, effective and efficient team of employees as the organization grows.
|Canlearn Society for Persons with Learning Difficulties||
Strategic Marketing and Communications Plan: To develop a Marketing and Communications strategy to reflect new priorities and to communicate new virtual ways of work and to reach a greater audience.
|Carya Society of Calgary||
Strategic Planning: To develop a new strategic plan that will consider a post-pandemic future that incorporates emerging practices in social services, leverages technology, and nurtures a diverse and resilient workforce.
|Catholic Family Service of Calgary||
Strengthening IT Security and Implementation to Better Serve Calgarians: To undertake a comprehensive IT assessment and develop and implement a strategy to address identified gaps and risks with the goals of improving security, reliability and efficiency.
|Centre for Sexuality Society||
Linking Performance Management to Program Effectiveness: To develop and implement a comprehensive performance management system.
|Closer to Home Community Services Society||
Yes! We CANS: To implement the use of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessment tool to assess presenting issues, prioritize service planning, gauge progress and measure outcomes.
|CUPS Calgary Society||
Development of CUPS' Next Strategic Plan: To develop a strategic plan that will reflect the values and voices of CUPS' clients, community, and staff.
|Discovery House Family Violence Prevention Society||
Planning for the Future - Strategic Plan Development: To strengthen strategic planning to ensure long-term organizational efficiency and sustainability with a focus on evidence-based and innovative programs and services.
|Families Matter Society of Calgary||
Improving our Human Resources Response to COVID Recovery: To develop better policies, processes and strategies to address the areas of HR in response tp pandemic recovery and improved workplace wellness.
|Further Education Society of Alberta||
Planning for the Future: To strengthen organizational effectiveness through Strategic and Succession planning to increase program impacts and to effectively address the needs of Calgarians experiencing vulnerabilities.
|HIV Community Link Society||
Launch SafeLink Alberta: To align the name and visual brand of the organization to the broader work and its programs and services.
Indigenous Strategy Development: To share knowledge, identify issues, present ideas for change and to establish a formal strategy to support the systematic, structural decolonization and indigenization of Hull Services.
|Immigrant Services Calgary Society||
Immigrant Services Calgary Website Improvements: To create a new content management system and website to make it easier for newcomers to find the information they are looking for and connect with the services they need.
|Metis Calgary Family Services Society||
Strategic Plan: To develop a strategic plan that builds on the past success of the organization and ensures relevancy and impact as an Indigenous organization within Calgary.
|Momentum Community Economic Development Society||
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Organizational Audit: To undertake a transformational process to deeply understand and incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion principles into programs, practices, and organizational culture.
|Ogden House Senior Citizens' Club||
Update of Bylaws, Policies and Procedures: To update bylaws, policies, and procedures to ensure greater alignment to best practices and service delivery to seniors.
|RESET Society of Calgary||
Leadership Effectiveness Through Better Governance: To update the governance processes and resources to enhance decision making, accountability frameworks and reporting structures.
|Sagesse Domestic Violence Prevention Society||
Sagesse Agency Stats and Dashboard: Develop a strategic plan by prioritizing efforts, effectively allocating resources, aligning stakeholders and employees on the organization’s goals.
|Sonshine Society of Christian Community Services||
Evaluation Framework Implementation project: To implement an evaluation framework to effectively define organizational outcomes and report to the community.
|Umoja Community Mosaic||
Human Resources & Policies and Procedures: To establish occupational health and safety and psychological safety committees to create policies and procedures manuals that will enhance the health and safety protocols.
|Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth||
Improving USAY's Reach: To increase the capacity of the organization in the area of storytelling and video production to enhance program outcomes.
|West Hillhurst Go-Getters Association||
Strategic Planning: To revise the organization's strategic and business plans to reflect changes in service delivery to seniors.
|Women's Centre of Calgary||
Building Women's Centre Anti Racist Organizational Capacity: To build internal organizational capacity to be an inclusive place for racialized women to work and volunteer.
2022 Capacity Building and Emerging Issues (for Community-Based Organizations) - funding allocations
This year community-based organizations were encouraged, and supported, to submit proposals within either funding stream, to implement initiatives that will lead to positive change for the Calgarians they serve. Community-based organizations are those that are:
- A registered non-profit organization;
- Led by members of the community they serve, and;
- Have an annual operating budget of less than $250,000 a year, or
- Have four or less fulltime-equivalent (FTE) staff positions.
The City has partnered with the Calgary Foundation and the United Way of Calgary and Area to collectively provide financial and in-kind support for the community-based organizations that receive funding.
|Organization name||Project name and description||Funding amount|
Improving Mental Health Services for Racialized Youth: To improve access to anti-racist and appropriate mental health approaches for Racialized youth and their families impacted by anxiety and anxiety-related issues and disorders.
|Nepalese Community Society of Calgary (NCSC)||
Rise and Shine (RS): Preparing Immigrant Elders to address Social Isolation and Vulnerability: To develop the culture of volunteerism among elders from issue identification to devising strategies that increase social inlcusion.
|Organization name||Project name and description||Funding amount|
Strategic Plan Development: To develop a strategic plan will align team members with partners at all levels in a common framework to improve street outreach services.
|Calgary Vietnamese Women's Association (CAVWA or Hoi Phu Nu Viet Calgary)||
Increasing Organizational Effectiveness through Sustainable Volunteer Management: To implement an effective volunteer management program that increases digital and virtual capacity to better mobilize its volunteers.
|Canadian Pakistani Support Group Association||
CPSG Strategy and Technology Development: To develop a strategic plan and build the organization's technological capacity to improve client access to services and programs.
|Circle of Wisdom Elder Senior Society||
Circle Society Board Development: To strengthen the skill development of the Circle of Wisdom Elders Senior Society and its board members in creating a solid foundation to meet the special needs of the Urban Indigenous Elders & Seniors living in Calgary.
|CommunityWise Resource Centre||
Organizational Sustainability Plan: To provide the board and staff with a strategy and actions that will guide operations future operations.
|ECSSEN Career School||
Enhanced Volunteer Management Strategies: To develop enhanced volunteer management strategies to streamline volunteer management process and increase organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
Ethiocare Capacity Building Project 2022: To improve the organizations ability to effectively and efficiently collect, utilize and report data on program participants, volunteers, services and outcomes.
|F.O.C.U.S on Seniors||
Organizational Assessment and sustainability plan - F.O.C.U.S on Seniors (F.O.C.U.S): To improve operational, programmatic, and organizational maturity through stratgeic planning.
|North of McKnight Communities Society||
Building the capacity of the organization and community partners: To build leadership capacity to of the organization, grass roots partner organizations and community natural supports to respond to emerging issues. etc.) to help the vulnerable community residents facing issues and challenges.
|SOS Congo Foundation||
CC4AR continuation: To build staff capacity for facilitation and update resources for Cultural Capital for Anti-Racism that are accessable and shared with the community.
|Sunalta Community Association||
Volunteer Management System: To design a volunteer management system that builds resident capacity and leadership.
|The Oladele Foundation||
African Cancer Support Capacity Improvements Project: To develop a Strategic plan and guiding documents to improve organizationsl effectivenss.
|Organization Name||2021 Funding||2021 Project|
|Action Dignity Society||$25,000||Preparing for Successful Executive Transition|
|Autism Calgary Association||$18,650||Virtual Volunteer Development and Management Initiative|
|Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Calgary and Area||$25,000||Elevating equity and diversity practices, supporting mentor connections for racialized youth|
|Boys & Girls Clubs of Calgary||$20,083||Trellis Indigenous Oral Practices & Placemaking Project|
|Calgary Between Friends Club, The||$12,500||Inclusion Training|
|Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association||$25,095||Technology development and training|
|Calgary Fetal Alcohol Network: An Alberta Society, The||$20,000||FASD Connect -Strategic Alliance|
|Calgary Immigrant Women's Association||$25,000||Renew, Reboot, Relaunch, Recover|
|Calgary John Howard Society, The||$21,565||Improving our organizational structure and salary compensation to better serve Calgarians involved with the criminal justice system|
|Calgary Legal Guidance Society||$12,000||Measuring impact through program design: A revision of program evaluative tools|
|Calgary Youth Justice Society||$6,000||Policy, Process and Training to Address Emerging Issue of Mental Health Among Youth|
|Catholic Family Service of Calgary, The||$28,400||Louise Dean Centre Redesign|
|Centre for Sexuality Society||$27,000||WiseGuyz in Criminal Justice Settings Program Design and Evaluation Tool Modification and Refinement|
|Confederation Park 55+ Activity Centre||$9,104||Business & Strategic Plan 2021|
|CUPS Calgary Society||$25,000||Internal Risk Assessment and Mitigation Strategy|
|Discovery House Family Violence Prevention Society||$31,693||Organizational Technology Upgrades|
|Distress Centre Calgary||$20,000||Improved HR Processes|
|Immigrant Services Calgary Society||$50,000||Gateway and The Knowledge Hub: Closing Gaps in the Settlement Sector|
|Kerby Assembly||$33,600||Kerby Professional Development and Corporate Culture Shift|
|McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association||$23,100||Developing an Organizational Diversity & Inclusion Roadmap|
|Metis Calgary Family Services Society||$50,000||Strengthening from Within - Assini Project|
|Millican Ogden Community Association||$36,000||Scarcity to Strength Strategy|
|PolicyWise for Children & Families||$62,225||Advancing Organizational Resilience|
|Siksika Family Services||$40,000||Effective Service Delivery to Siksika Nation Members in Calgary|
|Two Wheel View - Calgary Ltd.||$3,000||Two Wheel View Board Training and Evaluation Process|
|United Way of Calgary and Area||$62,985||Akak'stiman Strategy - Journey to New Camp|
|Volunteer Centre of Calgary, The||$22,000||Data Collection for Understanding the Experience of Racialized Volunteers|
The Anti-Racism Capacity-Building funding supports collaborative, community-based initiatives that build the capacity of organizations to facilitate policy and systems change that undo systemic racism.
|Organization||Program name and description||Funding amount|
|Action Dignity Society||
Calgary CARES (Calgary Collaborating for Anti-Racism, Equity and Social Justice): Strengthening the collaborative capacity of 15 diverse racialized organizations to do impactful actions with decision-making bodies to combat racism at a systems level.
|African Canadian Immigrant Society||
African-Canadian Anti-Racism Outreach Program: Creating a capacity-building program by bringing together schools, police service, youth, and African community members to discuss existing racism and identify concrete policy and system updates.
|Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park Limited||
Blackfoot Crossing Cross Cultural Training Program: Providing cross cultural training through anti-racism workshops to all ages through K-12, employees, educators, medical professionals and community.
|CommunityWise Resource Centre||
Anti-Racist Capacity Building for Grassroots and Non-profit Organizations: Building capacity to support Indigenous, Black, and racialized members of CommunityWise to address systemic-racism and increasing the capacity of racialized community members to facilitate anti-racism training in the non-profit sector.
|Komkan African Institute||
South Sudanese Community Anti-Racism Systems Change Pilot Project: Advancing systems change in an approach that builds power and voice of the South Sudanese community and mobilizes a community of practice to shape service delivery in an equitable, relevant way.
|Sankofa Arts & Music Foundation||
Addressing Anti-Black Racism in the Arts Sector: Building capacity in the Calgary arts sector and establishing a steering committee of arts sector leaders and funders to develop a framework for creating equity and diversity.
|The Second Story Art Society O/A TRUCK Contemporary Art||
Bringing Power to Truth - Citizen Artists Harnessing the Spiral for an Anti-Racist Calgary: Building capacity for artists as citizens to examine and confront racism by engaging with communities, systems and leveraging the arts sector to enable an anti-racist social change.
Cultural Capital for Anti-Racism (CC4AR): Growing the cultural capital of marginalized black youth to become self and system level advocates against racism.
|Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth (USAY)||
New Tribe Magazine-Special Edition: Developing a New Tribe Magazine that focuses on systemic racism within the Calgary Police Service, which will be developed by a coalition of Indigenous youth and CPS staff members.
|Organization||2020 Funding||2020 Funded program|
|Organization: Autism Calgary Association||2020 Funding - approved: $34,689||2020 Funded program: Family Violence Prevention Capacity Development|
|Organization: Boys & Girls Clubs of Calgary||2020 Funding - approved: $40,000||2020 Funded program: Values and policies & procedures for a new (amalgamated) organization|
|Organization: Calgary Alpha House Society||2020 Funding - approved: $49,802||2020 Funded program: Building Community Engagement|
|Organization: Calgary Counselling Centre||2020 Funding - approved: $10,000||2020 Funded program: Improving Client Intake Experience and Effectiveness|
|Organization: Calgary Immigrant Women's Association||2020 Funding - approved: $20,520||2020 Funded program: Agency Enhancements for Social Advancements|
|Organization: Calgary John Howard Society, The||2020 Funding - approved: $18,260||2020 Funded program: Responding to Emerging Issues through Accreditation of our Services|
|Organization: Calgary Legal Guidance Society||2020 Funding - approved: $28,000||2020 Funded program: Enhancing Capacity & Service through Board/Governance Development|
|Organization: Calgary Seniors' Resource Society||2020 Funding - approved: $34,500||2020 Funded program: SeniorConnect: Building Capacity for Seniors and Homelessness|
|Organization: Calgary Young Men's Christian Association||2020 Funding - approved: $15,000||2020 Funded program: YMCA Calgary and Hull Services Social Emotional Learning Services|
|Organization: Calgary Youth Justice Society||2020 Funding - approved: $10,500||2020 Funded program: In the Lead Evaluation and Youth Engagement/Relationship Building Tool|
|Organization: Canlearn Society for Persons with Learning Difficulties, The||2020 Funding - approved: $13,000||2020 Funded program: Navigating through Adversity with Purpose and Focus|
|Organization: Catholic Family Service of Calgary, The||2020 Funding - approved: $25,000||2020 Funded program: Joint Service Delivery Process|
|Organization: Closer to Home Community Services Society||2020 Funding - approved: $20,000||2020 Funded program: Getting the Word Out - A New FRN|
|Organization: Burns Memorial Fund||2020 Funding - approved: $50,000||2020 Funded program: Collaborative Funders Table|
|Organization: CUPS Calgary Society||2020 Funding - approved: $15,000||2020 Funded program: Developmental Evaluation of An Inter-Agency Collaboration|
|Organization: HIV Community Link Society||2020 Funding - approved: $19,000||2020 Funded program: Broadening Our Scope of Practice|
|Organization: Jewish Family Service (Calgary)||2020 Funding - approved: $23,500||2020 Funded program: Memory Care|
|Organization: Metis Family Services Calgary||2020 Funding - approved: $20,750||2020 Funded program: Metis Calgary Service Realignment|
|Organization: Miskanawah Community Services Association||2020 Funding - approved: $28,500||2020 Funded program: Building Database Capacity|
|Organization: Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth||2020 Funding - approved: $20,200||2020 Funded program: USAY Learns Self-Promotion|
|Organization||2019 Funding||2019 Funded program|
|Organization: Action Coalition On Human Trafficking Alberta Association||2019 Funding - approved: $25,000||2019 Funded program: Capacity Building for Human Trafficking Response
|Organization: Alexandra Community Health Centre||2019 Funding - approved: $20,000||2019 Funded program: Building Evaluation Capacity|
|Organization: Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Calgary and Area||2019 Funding - approved: $20,000||2019 Funded program: Strengthening Volunteer Recruitment|
|Organization: Calgary Between Friends Club - Fun and Fellowship for Disabled Youth||2019 Funding - approved: $15,000||2019 Funded program: Marketing Communication Plan|
|Organization: Calgary Cerebral Palsy Association||2019 Funding - approved: $12,350||2019 Funded program: Creating Supports for New Canadians parenting a child with a neuromotor disability|
|Organization: Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations||2019 Funding - approved: $2,500||2019 Funded program: 2019 Connections Conference|
|Organization: Calgary Chinese Community Service Association||2019 Funding - approved: $17,300||2019 Funded program: Strengthening curriculum on mental health|
|Organization: Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association||2019 Funding - approved: $11,839||2019 Funded program: Accreditation Preparation
|Organization: Calgary Counselling Centre||2019 Funding - approved: $7,500||2019 Funded program: A Strategy to Enhance Calgary Counselling Centre's Current and Future Leaders|
|Organization: Calgary Drug Treatment Court Society||2019 Funding - approved: $7,000||2019 Funded program: Partnership Development - Drug Treatment Court Conference|
|Organization: Calgary Fetal Alcohol Network: An Alberta Society||2019 Funding - approved: $9,450||2019 Funded program: FASD Collective - Developmental Evaluation Support|
|Organization: Calgary John Howard Society||2019 Funding - approved: $13,200||2019 Funded program: Building Organizational Capacity through Staff Training in Trauma-informed Approaches|
|Organization: Calgary South West Communities Resource Centre Society||2019 Funding - approved: $10,000
||2019 Funded program: Building the Organizational Capacity of the SWCRC|
|Organization: Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter Association||2019 Funding - approved: $20,000||2019 Funded program: Quality Improvement|
|Organization: Calgary Youth Justice Society||2019 Funding - approved: $9,500||2019 Funded program: HR Policy and Procedure Review and Enhancement|
|Organization: Canadian Mental Health Association - Calgary Region||2019 Funding - approved: $20,000||2019 Funded program: Implementing Systems for Increased Organizational Effectiveness - CMHA Database Development & CMHA Recovery College Calgary Website Reconfiguration|
|Organization: Carya Society of Calgary
|2019 Funding - approved: $20,000||2019 Funded program: Carya EAST|
|Organization: Carya Society of Calgary||2019 Funding - approved: $35,000||2019 Funded program: Enhancing Carya's Organizational Effectiveness in Engaging Men and Boys|
|Organization: Catholic Family Service of Calgary||2019 Funding - approved: $25,600||2019 Funded program: Catholic Family Service Organizational Development Support|
|Organization: Closer to Home Community Services Society||2019 Funding - approved: $20,200||2019 Funded program: Strengthening Evaluation and Training capacity and effectiveness|
|Organization: Confederation Park 55+ Activity Centre||2019 Funding - approved: $1,750||2019 Funded program: Risk Management Workshop|
|Organization: Constellation Consulting Group Ltd.||2019 Funding - approved: $23,760||2019 Funded program: CPIP Evaluation|
|Organization: Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services Calgary Region Society||2019 Funding - approved: $29,000||2019 Funded program: Barrier-Free Emergency Preparedness & Communication Access Plan for Deaf & Hard of Hearing|
|Organization: Discovery House Family Violence Prevention Society||2019 Funding - approved: $18,000||2019 Funded program: Mental Health Supports Program Design and Development|
|Organization: Elizabeth Fry Society of Calgary, Alberta||2019 Funding - approved: $5,000||2019 Funded program: Honouring our Voices|
|Organization: Hillhurst-Sunnyside Community Association||2019 Funding - approved: $10,000||2019 Funded program: HSCA Strategic Planning|
|Organization: HIV Community Link Society||2019 Funding - approved: $12,000||2019 Funded program: HIV Community Link Strategic Plan|
|Organization: Hull Services||2019 Funding - approved: $15,000||2019 Funded program: Roots of Empathy 2019 Instructor Training|
|Organization: Jewish Family Service (Calgary)||2019 Funding - approved: $22,000||2019 Funded program: Volunteer Enrichment|
|Organization: McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association||2019 Funding - approved: $15,000||2019 Funded program: Health & Wellness Staff Initiative|
|Organization: Metis Calgary Family Services Society||2019 Funding - approved: $20,000||2019 Funded program: MCFSCapacity|
|Organization: Miskanawah Community Services Association||2019 Funding - approved: $15,250||2019 Funded program: Weaving the Sash: Integrating cultural knowledge into organizational practices and governance|
|Organization: Punjabi Community Health Services Calgary Society||2019 Funding - approved: $20,000||2019 Funded program: Sahara Family Enhancement Program Development Project|
|Organization: Sagesse Domestic Violence Prevention Society||2019 Funding - approved: $18,000||2019 Funded program: Organizational On-boarding and Socialization|
|Organization: S.H.A.R.P. Foundation (Society Housing AIDS Restricted Persons)||2019 Funding - approved: $20,000||2019 Funded program: Phase I - Capturing the Trauma (Audio-Visual Qualitative Needs Assessment for HIV and Aging Challenges)|
|Organization: Societe de la petite enfance et de la famille du sud de l'Alberta||2019 Funding - approved: $10,000||2019 Funded program: New Database: More programs, less administration|
|Organization: Sonshine Society of Christian Community Services||2019 Funding - approved: $11,970||2019 Funded program: Feedback Informed Treatment training|
|Organization: Two Wheel View - Calgary Ltd.||2019 Funding - approved: $9,500||2019 Funded program: Two Wheel View Strategic Plan Refresh|
|Organization: United Way of Calgary and Area||2019 Funding - approved: $40,000||2019 Funded program: Sector Capacity Building|
|Organization: Variety-the Children's Charity of Alberta Association||2019 Funding - approved: $18,000||2019 Funded program: Increasing Inclusion in Playgrounds and Play Spaces|
|Organization: Women's Centre of Calgary||2019 Funding - approved: $25,000||2019 Funded program: Sustainability planning|
|Organization: Youth Central Society||2019 Funding - approved: $5,000||2019 Funded program: Engaging Vulnerable Youth and Training
|Organization||2018 funding||2018 funded program|
|Organization: Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre||2018 funding: $24,960||2018 funded program: Knowledge Keepers and Helpers|
|Organization: Autism Calgary Association||2018 funding: $34,936||2018 funded program: New Immigrant Program Development Project|
|Organization: Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Calgary and Area||2018 funding: $30,000||2018 funded program: Increasing Capacity to Serve LGBTQ+ Children and Youth|
|Organization: Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary||2018 funding: $20,000||2018 funded program: The starting of our journey - BGCC and Elders Council 2018|
|Organization: Calgary Between Friends Club - Fun and Fellowship for Disabled Youth||2018 funding: $10,000||2018 funded program: Policy & Systems Change Work Orientation|
|Organization: Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth||2018 funding: $82,725||2018 funded program: Bridge Support Project for Vulnerable Youth (BSP)|
|Organization: Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations||2018 funding: $2,500||2018 funded program: Connections Conference 2018 - Sponsorship|
|Organization: Calgary Chinese Community Service Association||2018 funding: $10,020||2018 funded program: Improving communication through WeChat|
|Organization: Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association||2018 funding: $30,000||2018 funded program: Evaluation of Chinese Community Helpers Program|
|Organization: Calgary Urban Project Society||2018 funding: $30,000||2018 funded program: Enhancing Organizational Effectiveness: Building Pathways to Self-Sufficiency|
|Organization: Calgary Young Men's Christian Association||2018 funding: $19,920||2018 funded program: YMCA Ihkanakaatsiks "Bunch Stars" Framework & Strategy|
|Organization: Canlearn Society for Persons with Learning Difficulties||2018 funding: $20,000||2018 funded program: Youth Thrive: Exploring Opportunities for Facilitating Positive Youth Development and Well-Being|
|Organization: Carya Society of Calgary
|2018 funding: $37,500||2018 funded program: Carya Performance Measurement System Development Project|
|Organization: Catholic Family Service of Calgary||2018 funding: $24,000||2018 funded program: Catholic Family Service (CFS) Change Management Project|
|Organization: Closer to Home Community Services Society||2018 funding: $20,000||2018 funded program: Continuing to Build Ethical Spaces for Meaningful Engagement of the Indigenous Worldview - Indigenous Cultural Advisor|
|Organization: Discovery House Family Violence Prevention Society||2018 funding: $16,000||2018 funded program: Discovery House Child and Youth Program Evaluation and Enhancement|
|Organization: Jewish Family Service (Calgary)||2018 funding: $25,000||2018 funded program: The Way In Collaborative|
|Organization: Kerby Assembly
|2018 funding: $5,000||2018 funded program: Kerby Centre Crisis Communications Plan|
|Organization: Kerby Assembly||2018 funding: $21,500||2018 funded program: Workstream Project|
|Organization: Mennonite Central Committee Alberta||2018 funding: $10,000||2018 funded program: Restorative Actions for Transformation (RAFT) Evaluation Project|
|Organization: Momentum Community Economic Development Society||2018 funding: $30,000||2018 funded program: Financial Literacy Curriculum Development|
|Organization: Pathways Community Services Association||2018 funding: $18,000||2018 funded program: Building Capacity for Cultural Evaluation and Measurement|
|Organization: United Way of Calgary and Area||2018 funding: $100,000||2018 funded program: Homeless Youth Sector Capacity Building|
|Organization: West Hillhurst Go-Getters (Senior Citizens) Association||2018 funding: $3,750||2018 funded program: Working Together Effectively, Part 2|
|Organization: Women's Centre of Calgary||2018 funding: $22,810||2018 funded program: Reconciliation at the Women's Centre|