The Value of Partnerships

The Calgary Police Foundation sincerely values our partnerships.  It is through supporters like these that the Foundation raises the money needed to fund six youth-based programs that require $2M annually.  These funds impact 9,000 youth every year aged 5 – 17.

We are thrilled the Canadian Energy Executive Association (CEEA) has selected the Calgary police Foundation as a featured charity for 2019.

Thank you, TELUS Friendly Future Foundation, for the grant to support CPF in its Integrated School Support Program funded by CPF.  @friendlyfuture  #supportingcommunity #supportingkids

Thank you for another amazing year of media support from Corus Entertainment/Global TV for over $80,000 in-kind committed in 2019.  The CPF message simply cannot reach our audience without such dedicated and caring media partners. 

CPF is very pleased to welcome a new supporter – Pembina Pipeline Corporation.  Pembina has made a 3- year pledge to the Foundation, specifically supporting the Integrated School Support Program (ISSP).  When asked why they selected this wrap-around fully integrated program in two NE schools, John Young, Pembina’s Vice President of Community & Aboriginal Affairs, and a former Calgary Police Officer himself, had this to share. 

“It underlines how crucial these kinds of programs can be for vulnerable youth. At Pembina we’re committed to building safe and healthy communities, and programs like the ISSP help achieve this by ensuring that kids have the resources and support they need to reach their full potential. Pembina is proud to support the ISSP through our partnership with the Calgary Police Foundation, and from my time as a Police Officer I know what a positive impact this initiative will have on the lives of local kids, their families and their communities.”


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