Community Involvement

The RBC Foundation supports a wide range of community initiatives through donations, sponsorships and employee volunteer activities. The RBC Foundation believes in the power of communities and the individuals who live in them.  

Additionally, the Calgary Dome branch recognizes the importance of giving back to our community. Below are some of the local charities in our community that we are involved in:



The Calgary Food Bank is an emergency food distribution hub dedicated to providing families and individuals in temporary crisis with quality food as well as supporting other charitable organizations who work with low-income Calgarians.


The Cerebral Palsy Kids and Families association vision is nothing less than ensuring individuals living with CP and similar disabilities live an inclusive, abundant and happy life. The CP Kids and Families association provides knowledge and hope to families and individuals throughout their life journey. They are a community leader delivery family focused support resources, programs and opportunities in the Calgary Area.

Cornerstone Youth Centre is a grassroots, non-profit, non-denominational charitable organization serving youth grades 6 - 9 in the North East of Calgary. Featuring Youth Drop In Centre's programs, fully stocked Music Studio, Daily Art/Crafts, Basketball Court, Kitchen, Pool Table, Tutoring, Mentorship and more. Cornerstone Youth Centre believes in ensuring there are no barriers for access of service.

The Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre Society is a community of kindness, focused on providing more than 50 programs and services to Calgarians experiencing homelessness, marginalization and extreme poverty. The Calgary Drop-In offers a complete range of wrap-around community supports – from meals and shelter, to clothing, medical services, counseling, volunteer opportunities, education, permanent supportive housing, and more – to over 10,000 people each year.

Kids Cancer Care Foundation has programs that are uniquely designed to meet the needs of the whole family at each stage of the cancer journey, from diagnosis through treatment and beyond. The foundation helps Alberta children and families by providing funding and programs in these key areas: Camp and Outreach; Research and Hospital; and Education Support and Scholarship programs.

Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta brings the community together to build strength, stability and independence for families through affordable home ownership. Home ownership builds long-term stability and independence for families, while offering lasting, tangible benefits to our entire community.

Ronald McDonald Houses provide a home away from home for families with children receiving vital medical treatment in Calgary and Red Deer. Most importantly, our warm, welcoming and affordable accommodations help ease the heavy financial and emotional burdens placed on the hundreds of families who come through our doors each year.

This groundbreaking not-for-profit Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, brings together more than 95 professionals from six partner organizations to wrap services around children, youth and families. It blends investigation, treatment, prevention, education and research with expertise to help people through an exceptionally difficult time — providing integrated services at one place so healing can begin and lives can move forward.

The focus of both UP and CFS is serving the most vulnerable, especially those who are vulnerable because they are poor. Poverty is complex. Often people who experience poverty are also isolated, lack resources to address problems, experience mental health issues, abuse and domestic violence, and get “stuck” in poverty because of low levels of education. All of these stress factors create countless challenges for coping with daily life. Inclusive of all faiths and cultures, UP is actively pursuing innovative and high impact solutions to some of Calgary's most complex problems.