Partaker Wealth Management Helping our Neighbours and Friends Through Corporate Donations

"There's nothing more rewarding than giving back and making a difference in the lives of people in this great community." ~ Frank Guzzetta

Over the past several years, Partaker Wealth has made it a priority to give back to the community we live and work in. We have been able to reach out to some very hardworking and essential organizations while encouraging our business partners who have in turn matched some of our contributions.

If you have a local charity or organization that is close to your heart, we would love to hear about it!

We are all in this together, and together we will succeed. 

 

Wild Rose Community Connection

It Begins With Good People WHO LEAD WITH THEIR HEART

Wild Rose Community Connections brings together good people to do simple, but powerful things that make a positive difference in the lives of individuals, children and families. We focus on food, mentorship, social work and helping families build stronger futures. Our organization is entirely dependent on the time, passion and vision of our workers, volunteers and community partners. Together, we are committed to creating connections that will grow stronger families and communities. 

Please visit https://www.wildrosecommunityconnections.com/ to see the wonderful and innovative ways this organization is helping families of the Foothills and Southern Alberta.  

 

WOOD’S HOMES

Wood's Homes

We Never Say No. We Never Give Up. We Never Turn Anyone Away.

Wood’s Homes is a children’s mental health centre. We provide treatment and support to children, youth and families with mental health needs.

Founded as an orphanage by Reverend George Wood in 1914, we are a place of caring and trust. A place you can turn to for help when you don’t know what else to do, or when you have nowhere else to turn.

Wood’s Homes is based in Calgary (on three large campuses and in several neighborhoods across the city) with locations in Lethbridge, Strathmore and Fort McMurray. Our 500 staff and 100 volunteers provide 40+ programs and services for 20,000 children and their families every year.

We are accredited through Accreditation Canada and have earned two Leading Practice Awards, and Exemplary Standing status three times.

Wood’s Homes is nationally recognized for our innovative and groundbreaking services. We are proud of our research in children’s mental health. In 2001, we established a Research Department and in 2016, we launched the Wood’s Homes Research Chair in Children’s Mental Health, in a partnership with the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Social Work.

To find out more about the history of this wonderful organization and how they are supporting todays youth and families throughout Alberta please visit  https://www.woodshomes.ca/about-us/

 

Rowan House Society

Safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration and empowerment are the core values at the Rowan House.

Over the past 20 years Rowan House Emergency Shelter has moved from a tiny 2 bedroom basement suite near Black Diamond where we opened in January 2000, to a state of the art, high security 24 bed facility in High River. Since opening, Rowan House has provided family violence prevention and intervention services to communities in Southern Alberta.

Originally named Eagle Women’s Emergency Shelter, the shelter was only large enough to house two women with up to three children each. Funding for outreach was later secured and outreach support began in 2003.

Go to https://www.rowanhouse.ca/   and learn more about how the Rowan House has evolved over the last 20 years, their rebuild after the flood of 2013 and the plans moving forward to ensure Southern Alberta families will continue to be supported. 

 

 PROVINCIAL NETWORK OF FOOD BANKS

Provincial Network of Food Banks

We lead by creating new opportunities, increasing knowledge, providing resources, and delivering innovative programs.  We seed connections for positive social change.  

Food Banks Alberta is the provincial association of food banks in Alberta with a mission to strengthen the impact of the Food Banks Alberta network by sharing best practices, innovations, and essential resources between members, stakeholders, and community partners. We are comprised of 88 member food banks across Alberta.

To obtain a better understanding of the Alberta Food Bank programs which are used to assist Alberta’s 88 local food bank see https://foodbanksalberta.ca/