Alberta Giving is ACGC’s first collective campaign and it is kicking off with GivingTuesday, a national day of charitable giving. Throughout the month of December, we will be showcasing our member organizations’ various fundraising campaigns, highlighting the work they do towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and the incredible work they have accomplished in countries around the world since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope that together, through this giving campaign, Albertans can support our member organizations to continue to uplift and empower communities around the world.
See below the many Alberta based organizations working around the world that you can support this holiday season! Click on the photos for more information and the donation links for each organization.
The Darakht-e Danesh Online Library provides thousands of resources for home learning and has helped close the learning gap for vulnerable women and girls in Afghanistan in a time of crisis.
Having a goat can drastically change the lives of Ethiopian families. It ensures families have access nutrient-dense milk products, and will also allow families to start their own micro-business by selling milk/cheese products.
By giving through CAUSE Canada’s Global Gift Guide, you can help protect and feed people, support children to go back to school and prevent early marriage and rising violence. Everybody deserves dignity and justice.
Advance learning resources reaching those who need them the most. When you support the Gift of Water campaign, you support safe drinking water for all.
Support of Change for Children’s Tech-Education Project means making solar power available to off-the-grid communities in the remote rainforest of Nicaragua. With solar comes light in the dark. But it also means so much more.
Our COVID-19 Outreach Teams help Rohingya refugees as much as possible in the midst of the global pandemic. We need your help to give these crucial supplies to families and protect refugees from this deadly virus.
The creation of a monumental artwork provides children and adults with the means to share their stories, to illuminate the battles of the most vulnerable dealing with intolerable challenges.
Light is just the beginning. It brings access to education, work and technology, while improving health conditions as people move away from toxic sources of lighting. The gift of energy and light is life changing.
With many social issues and threats happening around the world and in Canada, it has become more important than ever to raise awareness and promote action for social change.
Vision impairment is the world’s largest unaddressed disability. When people have their sight, they have more opportunities to work, learn and break the cycle of poverty.
Help us purchase and assemble food packages to be delivered to high-risk families during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Our programs in Edmonton keep youth involved in our communities by eliminating boredom, teaching youth to focus on current issues, and sufficiently preparing them for the future.
Donations to our campaign will go to assist newcomer families that are experiencing difficulties accessing basic necessities and food during this Covid-19 pandemic.