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BGCC AR 2014 Web Final

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BGCC AR 2014 Web Final

  1. 1. Every single kid counts.
  2. 2. Cheryl Doherty, Chief Executive Officer “In 2014, our agency touched the lives of 22, 250 children, youth and families. Every single one of them matters. As we grieve deeply for the four that we lost, we are assured — now, more than ever — of WHY we do what we do. We do what we do because every single kid counts.”
  3. 3. The size and complexity of Calgary has changed over the years and continues to develop in remarkable and yet many unimaginable ways. The landscape can seem hopeless. At Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary, we BELIEVE that we have an answer, and that answer is HOPE. Cheryl Doherty, Chief Executive Officer Shawn Cornett, Board Chairperson Growing up in a dysfunctional family, Karen left home for the last time when she was 16. She says, “I didn’t know where I was going to go, but I knew that anywhere was better than where I had been.” When Karen and John founded the Safe Haven Foundation in 1996, they wanted to create something Karen wished she would’ve had — something that would’ve made life easier. “John and I really wanted to provide young girls with the opportunities to make it in this world, to turn possibilities and probabilities into realities,” Karen says. In 2000, the Safe Haven Foundation opened its doors to the first program of its kind in Canada, Haven’s Way. In 2004, the Safe Haven Foundation’s founding program became a partnership with Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary, through which the Safe Haven Foundation and BGCC embarked on a journey together that would ultimately provide more services to teenage girls at risk of homelessness, at a lesser cost to the community. Haven’s Way provides young women — who may be experiencing homelessness or who may be unable to live at home due to emotional or physical abuse, or other domestic issues — with a safe, supportive environment where they can heal, increase their level of education, develop life skills and a build a support system. Karen says, “Everybody wants and needs to belong in this world, and for so many of these girls, this is where they belong. This is where they can drive by and say, ‘That’s my home. I have good memories there. This is where I grew up.’ It is a forever home for them.” Karen and John developed Haven’s Way to offer a program that is individual and unique to each girl. John says, “We try as much as possible to make it like growing up in a family home.” The Safe Haven Foundation has also given these girls the ability to pursue post-secondary dreams through a scholarship program, and provides a therapeutic and recreational fund that allows girls to experience the activities that so many of us take for granted. As the visionaries behind the Safe Haven Foundation and Haven’s Way, Karen says, “At the end of the day, we have the easy job. The tough job is the one that the girls face, and the mountains that they climb every single day. They can’t do it unless there is the program and financial support, and the support of the donors and the Calgary community stepping forward. The more that Calgarians can do that, the more Haven’s Way can continue to blossom and lives will be changed.” Karen says, “Making an investment in Haven’s Way is making an investment in these girls. They are our tomorrows. They are our future. Making an investment in them is making an investment in all of our futures.” Hope is a safe place to land in the world. Hope is embodied in our caring and passionate staff, donors, community partners and people like YOU who show, lead, tell, and prove to our kids every day that they are worth it, they are valuable, they have a place in this world, we believe in them, it will get better, and — above all else — there is HOPE. These words are not simply random sentiments. They are connected to real kids, numbers, statistics and examples, which are plentiful, and they all add up to one thing… WE NEED YOUR INVESTMENT IN OUR KIDS. Turning possibilities into realities. “Why don’t we create what you wished you would’ve had growing up?” John asked Karen. It was this question, posed twenty years ago, that sparked a flame in John and Karen Sherbut to help adolescent girls at risk of homelessness. And it was from this question that the Safe Haven Foundation, and Haven’s Way, was born. With your investment, and with our skilled, caring staff and our ever-growing continuum of services, collectively we can continue to help thousands of vulnerable children and youth by providing them with a shoulder to lean on, a warm bed and a safe place to be. Even more importantly, we provide care, focus, time, skills, support, HOPE…and a viable solution for each and every one of Calgary’s vulnerable children and youth. We are grateful for your committed investment and dedication to every single one of our kids…because every single kid deserves a safe place to land in the world…because every single kid counts. More than ever, we have HOPE FORWHAT LIES AHEAD.
  4. 4. Adam came to Calgary at age 17 as a refugee from a war-torn country. He was alone in a new country, without his family, without shelter, without anything. Adam lived at Avenue 15 for five months before transitioning to the Infinity Project youth housing program. Through the support of Infinity, Adam graduated high school and is living independently. He has been awarded two post-secondary scholarships through Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary, and is currently completing an ESL program at SAIT, with plans to become an electrician. Because of your investment, Adam’s future is full of possibilities. At 15 years old, Jo dropped out of high school and was heading down a destructive path. She was harming herself in the form of cutting, was dating a drug dealer twice her age, and was prepared to throw her life away because she didn’t know there was any other way to live. Feeling that her life was hopeless, Jo sank into a state of depression. Not ready to give up on herself, she searched for hope and found Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary’s Hera program for girls experiencing or at risk of sexual exploitation. Hera’s holistic approach to wellness taught her how to take care of herself, give back to her community, and make positive life choices. Thanks to Hera, Jo was introduced to Haven’s Way, BGCC’s youth housing program for young women, where she was embraced as part of the Haven’s Way family. She started working part time and completed high school. Thanks to your investment, Jo found hope and healing. Adam “Before Avenue 15, I was desperate. I was homeless. I had nowhere to go because I was a new immigrant. I had no shelter and no family here. Through Avenue 15, I was connected with the Infinity Project. If I didn’t find them, I don’t know where my life would be or what would have happened...especially after coming to a new country, a new world with a new language.“ “As far as I know, people can’t help you like Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary can help you. People can help you for a few days, but BGCC helped me build a future. They made me more eager to learn at school, and to participate in other programs at BGCC. If I didn’t have BGCC, I don’t know where my life would be… maybe I would be dead, maybe from suicide, because you don’t know where to go if there’s no help.“ “Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary, it’s a privilege to be part of it. They make your success easier. You may not realize it now, but for the kids, it’s the biggest, biggest thing. It’s a big thing for me and others…it’s indescribable.“ “I signed up with the intention of being able to finish school, but ended up getting so much more. Before Hera, I never felt safe enough to admit when I wasn’t okay. I buried my pain to try and protect myself. At Hera, I decided I wanted to be a strong, nurturing person who does good in the world.“ “I will never forget my time there because it was a lifeline when I was drowning in darkness.“ Jo to step out and overcome their fears. “I made friends, I learned to cry, laugh, love and trust. I am so grateful for what I have, and I owe so much of that gratitude to Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary. I hope that everyone can see the value in kids that seem beyond reach or troubled, because there is something there worth saving.“ Every single kid needs courage
  5. 5. Program highlights to pursue their goals and dreams. 1, 046 community members invested 31, 168 hours of volunteering for our kids. Our 828-HOPE centralized referral service for youth hit record numbers of youth calls, emails and texts, allowing us to provide resources, housing and support to the 547 youth who reached out. 100% of young women living at Haven’sWay, a partnership with the Safe Haven Foundation, successfully transitioned to independence. Avenue 15Youth Homeless Shelter’s model continues to succeed, with 85% of our youth ending their experience of homelessness. 92% of our Home-Start families reported an improved sense of well-being for parents and children, resulting in an overall improved home environment. Food and Nutrition at School (FANS) fed over 500, 000 servings of nutritious breakfasts, lunches and snacks to hungry children and youth in every quadrant of Calgary. 97% of our youth in Community-Based Care and Supports report they are feeling more hopeful about their future. 328 vulnerable youth were supported by eight Success Coaches through All In forYouth, a program that helps youth return to school by removing barriers preventing them from completing their education. Of those youth who participated, 94% of youth participants in our Aboriginal Leadership programs and 96% of participants in our Aboriginal Arts programs reported an increase in knowledge of their culture and heritage. Our eight respective Community Club locations supported 1, 458 children and youth in their social emotional learning. 320 campers attended Camp Adventure for the very first time. The Calgary LearningVillage Collaborative (CLVC), a partner program with BGCC, helped 808 vulnerable kids connect to recreational opportunities. Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary presents over 40 programs at countless locations in every quadrant of Calgary, meeting with kids and families where they are and where they need us most. In 2014, the collective agency supported approximately 22, 250 unique children, youth and families. Every single kid needs opportunities 70% reported an increase in school attendance.
  6. 6. We have audited the accompanying financial statements of Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary, which comprise the statement of financial position as at December 31, 2014, the statements of revenue and expenses, changes in net assets and cash flows for the year then ended, and a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information. Management’s Responsibility for the Financial Statements Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations, and for such internal control as management determines is necessary to enable the preparation of financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. Auditor’s Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement Chartered Accountants April 30, 2015 SUMMARIZED FINANCIALS AS AND AT THE YEARS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2014 AND DECEMBER 31, 2013 This summarized financial information is extracted from the annual financial statements audited by Deloitte LLP. A copy of the completed audited financial statements is available by visiting or by writing to Monzur Chowdhury, Director of Finance and Administration, Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary, 731-13 Avenue NE, Calgary, AB, T2E 1C8. 2014 2013 Assets $ $ Current Assets Cash 1,174,955 1,646,202 Restricted Cash (Note 3) 102,878 472,469 Marketable securities (Note 4) 3,444,140 3,366,042 Accounts receivable 420,473 443,481 Government remittances recoverable 40,833 38,308 Inventory 122,901 57,790 Prepaid expenses and deposits 113,839 97,563 5,420,019 6,121,855 Tangible capital assets (Note 5) 7,075,011 7,125,412 12,495,030 13,247,267 of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion. Opinion In our opinion, the financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary as at December 31, 2014 and the results of its operations, changes in net assets and its cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations. Every single kid needs hope for what the future holds. Chairperson Shawn Cornett THANK YOU TO OUR 2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Vice Chairperson Danell Dumont Board Secretary Nancy Brennan HR Committee Chair Melanie Gaston Deliman Finance Committee Chair/Treasurer Jon Lam Directors Supt. Guy Slater Thiloma Hofer Aidan Mills Karleen Batty INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S REPORT TO THE DIRECTORS OF BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF CALGARY Expenses 2014 Affordable housing Amortization of tangible capital assets Arts and Recreation Centre - The Hangar Calgary Exhibition and Stampede Camp Adventure Community partnerships TOTAL 2014 EXPENSES: $18,657,298 Expenses Affordable housing 70,375 62,142 Amortization of tangible capital assets 389,722 382,458 Arts and Recreation Centre - The Hangar 295,350 350,222 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede 316,636 297,587 Camp Adventure 432,685 450,552 Community partnerships 5,409,800 4,380,461 Community-based clubs 2,551,350 2,631,414 Employment programs 935,533 963,444 Food and Nutrition at School (“FANS”) 384,598 424,170 Fund development - Alumni program 313,489 267,323 Group homes, Avenue 15 shelter and foster care 6,235,901 6,189,520 Out of school care programs 264,242 277,348 Support services 1,057,617 804,873 18,657,298 17,481,514 Chart Title Region 3 and Central Region Child and Family Services Authority Donations and other income (Notes 9, 10 and 12) United Way The City of Calgary TOTAL 2014 REVENUE: $18, 657,867 Region 3 and Central Region Child and Family Services Authority 7,656,981 6,586,616 Donations and other income (Notes 9, 10 and 12) 5,119,007 5,398,053 United Way 2,842,404 2,493,963 The City of Calgary 1,589,080 1,488,493 Federal Government 379,994 638,338 Amortization of deferred donations related to tangible capital assets (Note 8) 289,640 304,486 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede 340,813 297,595 Program fees and memberships 408,779 261,874 Fees for service 31,169 12,335 2014 2013 $ $Revenue 18,657,867 17,481,753 569 239Excess of revenue over expenses Assets 2014 Cash Restricted Cash (Note 3) Marketable securities (Note 4) Accounts receivable Government remittances recoverable Inventory TOTAL 2014 ASSETS: $12,495,030 Liabilities Current Liabilities Accounts payable and accrued liabilities (Note 9) 1,160,596 769,934 Government remittances payable - 9,145 Deferred contributions - program advances (Note 6) 4,418,404 5,392,180 Current portion of loans (Note 7) 47,853 62,533 5,626,853 6,233,792 Loans (Note 7) 17,945 26,904 Deferred capital donations (Note 8) 1,018,658 863,877 Deferred donations related to tangible capital assets (Note 8) 4,381,656 4,673,345 11,045,112 11,797,918 Net Assets Internally restricted 1,449,918 1,449,349 12,495,030 13,247,267 Liabilities 2014 Accounts payable and accrued liabilities (Note 9) Government remittances payable Deferred contributions - program advances (Note 6) Current portion of loans (Note 7) TOTAL 2014 LIABILITIES: $11,045,112 APPROVED BY THE BOARD Shawn Cornett Chairperson Jon Lam Treasurer
  7. 7. Donor list Donor list DONOR LISTING Every single kid counts, thanks to donors like you. We thank the following who donated more than $250 between January 1 and December 31, 2014*. Every effort was made to ensure the accuracy of this list, however, if you discover any errors, please call 403-717-2680.*The following list does not reflect donations made directly to Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary through the 2014 United Way of Calgary and Area Campaign. INDIVIDUALS Anonymous (9) Marguerite and Rene Amirault Gordon Anderson Raymond Antony Sharon Armstrong Nikki Bade Abby and Sandy Badwi Greg Bagdon Sherri and Mike Balm Richard Bartrem Karleen Batty Clive and Ruth Beddoe Stephen Beddoe Heather Beddoe Owen Beddoe Stephen Belgrave Mel Benson Gary and Donalda Bentham Robert Betteridge Jack and Margaret Betteridge Richard and Cathy Bird Elizabeth Birnie Stuart Birnie Scott Bjornson Keith Black Gregory and Catherine Boggs Bill and Debbie Bonner Greg Boone Mark Breakell Ron Brenneman Robert and Mary-Ellen Brockett Carisa Browning John Burnett Elaine Buttler Melissa Cabana Juan Cabrera William and Patricia Cardwell Monty Carter Jo-Anne Caza Tyler Chalmers Clint and Debbie Cheffins Pascale Clermont Sidney Coldwell Diane Congo Cathrine Cook David Cook John Cordeau Veronica Corney Corbin Coyes Mary Anne Crooks Barry Crump James Cummings Janice Davis Robert and Kristin Dawson David Home and Leah Dawson Horne Paul Dean Jason Deliman Tony and Rhonda Distefano Dan and Marlene Doherty Lorenzo and Donna Donadeo Sarah Donnelly Michael and Cheryl Dougherty Amy Dryer David Duckett Alexander Eakins Alita Edgar Bruce Edgelow Gordon Eldridge Sam Elfakhouri Jack and Elizabeth Elias Lauretta Enders Gail Ennis Dale and Cathy Ens Derek and Janet Evans Grant Fagerheim Nora Farrell Elizabeth Fayt Larry Fichtner Michaelle Fikowski Richard Filgate David and Laurine Fillo Allen and Elizabeth Finch Ryan Finley Paul and Trisha Flanagan Murlyne Fong Tom and Jennifer Foss Jessica Fox Murray and Elaine Frame Jack and Shauna Frederick Shawn Freeman Dennis and Lisa Frehlich Alex Fulthorpe John and Robin Galloway Terry and Sandy Gibson David Gillis Michael and Heather Giuffre Laura and Anthony Giuffre Jean Giurguis Jonathan Glover Frank Goodman Glenn and Claire Gradeen David and Sheila Grayston Lynn Gregor David Grout David and Diane Guichon Robert Hagerman and Jann Rogers Tim and Lindsay Hamilton William and Carolyn Hammett Murph and Charlotte Hannon Blair Harding Linda Haymour Cole Henderson Glynn Hendry Barry and Amy Hensch Thiloma Hofer Linda Hohol Debbi Holstein Greg Holt Dennis Hop Thomas and Janice Houston David and Jacqueline Howard Gordon and Linda Hoy Jeff Hyde Kyle Hyland Dixie Inman Colleen Iozzi Rob Irwin Kimberly Isotti Wendy Jabusch Jennifer Jameus Adam and Maribeth Janikowski Peter Jekill Mindy Joffe Leonard Johnson Allan and Fern Johnston Kathryn Kedrosky Paulette Kennedy Ervin Kimak Denise Kisilevich Dan Klotz Matthew Klukas Harold Kreis Paul Kunkel Peter and Eleanor Landry Ronald and Barbara Law Joel Lefebvre Lissi Legge Harold and Elaine Lemieux Jeffrey Leroux Dova Levis Warren and Ann Lloyd Max and Lori Lof Chazaray Loney Carole Long Jake and Eva Longmore Robyn Lore Stephen and Mary Lougheed Dave Lougheed Ryan and Carolyn Luhning John MacDonald Danielle MacDonald Roland and Marianne MacKenzie Keith and Kathryn MacPhail Elizabeth Maier Gina Maire Robert and Joan Martin Patrick Mattern Bruce Mcbean Blair McCormick Aubree McIntyre Rod and Jean McKay Lindsay McKerness Bruce and Dorothy McLeod Barbara McNeil Jeff Metcalf Jenny Mew Lesley Miller Aidan and Tracey Mills Alan and Geri Moon Donald Morrison Daniel Mueller Stephen and Diana Mulherin Mary Mulligan Kerri Murray Debra Myslicki Allan and Nancy Nantes Helen Newsome Harmen and Miriam Nutma John Oland Terry Owen Jeff Parry Henk Paul Travis Peckham Gary and Leslie Peddle Gayle Peddle Brigid Pelino Don Pike Ray Pisani Donald Plewes Norma Plowman Olivia Popowich Terry and Pauline Power Todd and Kate Price Greg and Debbie Pultz Beth Rankin Ruth Ann Rayner Donald and Audrey Redman James Rice Lynne Riddell Jean-Sebastien Rioux Scott and Erin Robinson Linda Rochow Roger Rodermond Vincent Rodych Chris Rowland Jacqueline Roy Greg and Cindy Royer Jane Royer Glen Rumpel Neil and Gayle Rutherford Gordon Rutherford Rob Savoy Lori-Ann Schultz Sara Scott Nancy Seaman Barbara and Bob Shaunessy Brent Shervey Darrin Hanik and Cindy Shryry - Hanik Clarice Siebens Ted Smith Eldon Smith Al Snow Rod and Janet Sobchishin Rod and Janet Soles Helen Steele Jackeline Stewart Carla Stoever Jordan Storch Greg Storwick Shawn Streeton Patrick Sullivan Sam Switzer Crystal Szumilak Allan and Debra Szybunka Rob Tedham Tom and Susan Thomas Stella Thompson Jay Todesco Robert Travis Alexandra Tremblay Jim and Vivian Truesdale Kathi Turbide Adam Twa Melodi Ulku Anthony Valckx Ria Varsanyi Nick Walker Brent Ward Leah Weatherill Stuart Weinman Barb Widdowson Susan Wigmore W. Brett Wilson Kim Wirth Jan Wittig Dorothy Woolstencroft Barry and Marnie Worbets Roy and Susan Wright Richard Wyman Tammy Yee Dan Zilnik MONTHLY DONORS Anonymous (4) Zuraida Dada Frank Goodman Lori Hahnel Linda Haymour Barry and Amy Hensch Stephen and Mary Lougheed Xenia Marconi Aubree McIntyre Lindsay McKerness Shu Hui Su Tsai Stuart Weinman Jeanette White-Evans LEGACY DONORS Anonymous (4) Bill D. Bonner Shawn Cornett Patrick Doherty Cheryl Doherty Sandy Gibson John Gulak Kathryn MacPhail Gary Peddle Diane Reid Ron Reid ORGANIZATIONS Anonymous (5) 1008897 Alberta Ltd. 5 Days for the Homeless 591866 Alberta Ltd. ABC Coring Absolute Pest Control Services ADP Aga Khan Council for the Prairies Agrium Inc. Air Supply Furnace & Duct Cleaning Alberta Beverage Container Recycling Corporation AltaLink Management Ltd. Amelco Electric Anejo Restaurant Annapolis Capital Ltd. Arrow Engineering Inc ATB ATB Financial ATCO Ltd. ATCO Structures and Logistics Ltd. Average Joe’s Delivery Pro’s Baywest Homes Bearspaw Benevolent Foundation Bell Media Berkhold Family Foundation Big Chief Meat Snacks Inc. Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Blizzard Wizard Hating & Air Conditioning BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. Bonavista Energy Corporation Boogies Burgers Bowa Environmental LP Bowness High School BowWest Community Support Service Society Boyden Global Executive Search Calgary Breakfast Club of Canada Breakfast for Learning Brookfield Residential Properties Inc. BTM Corporate Advisory Inc. Buffalo Wild Wings Bunch Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP Cal Wenzel Family Foundation Calfrac Well Services Calgary Airport Authority Calgary Catholic Teachers Charities Association Calgary Motor Dealers Association Calgary Parking Authority Calgary Properties Lions Club Calgary Southridge Lions Club Calgary Sport and Social Club Callow & Associates Management Consultants Inc. Canadian Online Giving Foundation Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts Canadian Sanitation and Supply Association Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities Canadian Women’s Foundation Cantares Venezuelan Cultural Foundation Capture the Flag Cardel Homes Carscallen LLP Cassis Bistro Castle Financial Group Ltd. Cenovus Energy Inc. Chief Justice Milvain Elementary School Children’s Hospital Aid Society China Rose Restaurant and Lounge Chinook Energy Inc. CIBC Private Investment Counsel CIBC World Markets City Wide Towing CKNW Orphans Fund Clairwood Capital Management Clarke Vegetation Control Ltd. Clearview Plumbing & Heating Community Natural Foods Concorde Group Contemporary Office Interiors Ltd Crave Cookies and Cakes Inc. Darden Foundation Denca Distributors Ltd. Desert Blume Diamond G Ranch and Cattle Company Ltd. Direct Energy DJA Engineering Services Inc. Dragon Excavating Ltd. E & P Canada Ltd. Eagle Copters Eaton Industries (Canada) Company Ecole Westgate School Parent’s Society Emco Corporation EnCana Cares Foundation Enerplus Corporation Enterprise Holdings Foundation Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts Ernst and Young Fiduciary Trust FirstEnergy Capital Corp. Flames Central & Wildfire Grill Fluor Canada Ltd. Freehold Royalties Ltd. Future Shop G. L. Black Holdings Ltd. Globalfest Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP Great West Brewing Greg Rodin Professional Corporation HAB Family Foundation Hawkwood Baptist Church Higher Ground Adventure Hockey Helps the Homeless HSE Integrated Ltd. Hyatt Regency Calgary IBM Canada Ltd. Imperial Oil Charitable Foundation Independent Order of Odd Fellows Crescent Lodge No. 81 Industrial Alliance Pacific Intact Foundation IODE - Municipal Chapter of Calgary Ion Projects Inc. JNC Holdings Ltd. John Beal Insurance Ltd. John Hickie Professional Corporation John Nesbitt Professional Corporation Jubilations Dinner Theatre Keneco Environmental Services (2000) Inc. Kids Up Front Calgary Foundation King George Elementary School Kival Electric Ltd. Latitude Art Gallery Loblaw Lory Oildfield Rentals Inc Manchester Bottle Depot Ltd. McElhanney Land Surveys Ltd. MEG Energy Corporation Melton Foundation Mercato Mercato West Merlo Vinoteca Inc. Michael R Shaw Outdoor Foundation Michaels Arts & Crafts (Signal Hill) Michaels Arts and Crafts (Beacon Hill) Michaels Arts and Crafts (Shawnessy) Mode Licensed Interior Design Studio Inc. Multiwood Inc. NAL Resources Ltd. Newman’s Own Foundation Fund Nexen Energy ULC Northern Blizzard Resources Northminster United Church Oasis Spa OpenGate Ox & Angela Restaurant Pandell Technology Corporation PEARL Foundation PepsiCo Foundation Employee Giving Program Petrocom Construction Ltd. Prairie Merchant Corporation Proact Chartered Accountants QR 77/Westin Hotel Calgary Children’s Foundation R/T Rentals Inc. RBC Financial Group Reed Construction Management Ltd. Retail Media Group Inc. River Cafe Rosedale School Rotary Club of Calgary Chinook Royal Canadian Legion #1 Royal Canadian Legion Branch #1 Ladies Auxiliary Ryan M. Doig Professional Corporation S.O. Asher Consultants Ltd. Safeway Sears Canada Charitable Foundation Sears Canada Inc. Calgary N.S.C. Select Building Services Ltd. Servus Credit Union Sidco Equities Ltd. Silver Springs Liquor Store Southhampton-Trane Calgary Spolumbo’s St. Helena Junior High School St. Luke’s Catholic Church Stanley Jones Elementary School Stone Creek Resorts Strategic Oil & Gas Ltd. Subway Devco Limited Partnership Suncor Energy Foundation Synoil Energy Services Tangerine The Antigua and Barbuda Association of Calgary The Blue Cross The Burns Memorial Fund The Calgary Foundation The Calgary Minerva Fundraising Foundation The Calgary Rotary Clubs Foundation The Canadian Legacy Project The Forzani Foundation The Greene Family Charitable Foundation The Hilltop Ladies Curling Group The Home Depot (Beacon Hill) The Ranchmen’s Club The Toronto -Dominion Bank The Westin Calgary The Living Room Their Opportunity THOD Investments Ltd. Trico Homes Trilogy Energy Unitarian Church of Calgary United Way of Greater Toronto United Way of the Lower Mainland Universal Geomatics Solutions Corp. Urban Systems Foundation URS Flint Vendemmia Wines Vertigo Mystery Theatre Viewpoint Charitable Foundation Vincent Massey Junior High School Vulcan Eletrical Ltd Waste Management of Canada Western Securities Ltd. Wild Bill’s DJ Service Wild Rose Brewery WILLBROS Canada William Aberhart Senior High School WorleyParsons Canada Services Ltd. York University Yuk Yuk’s RACE FOR KIDS SPONSORS 98-5 Virgin Radio Alberta Beverage Container Recycling Corporation ADP Brookfield Residential Properties Inc. Capital One Cardel Homes easyhomes Funny 1060 AM Sears Canada Servus Credit Union The Home Depot Canada Foundation WestJet Cares for Kids SPLASH OF RED SPONSORS Allstream Annapolis Capital Ltd. Blackrock Automation Brownstone Asset Management Inc. Burnet, Duckworth and Palmer LLP Clairwood Capital Management Enerplus Fidelity Investments HSBC Bank Canada KPMG LLP Nexen Energy ULC Pengrowth Energy Corporation Progress Energy Canada Ltd. Qualico Communities Rogers Communications Rogers Insurance Safeway The Boeing Company The Glencoe Club Tinhorn Creek Vineyards Triangle Enterprise Ltd. Trico Homes TWT Group Vermilion Energy WestJet Airlines THE FOLLOWING FUNDS AT THE CALGARY FOUNDATION Anonymous Fund Ashford Memorial Fund D. R. Ashford Fund David and Leslie Bissett Fund Donald and Doreen Lougheed Gift Fund Dunfield Family Fund Lockwood Family Fund LaBarre Family Fund Larch Fund Percy and Lois Cole Fund Stanley Brodylo Fund Ted & Enid Jansen Fund William and Constance Topley Fund Thank you to our CORE FUNDERS AND PARTNERS
  8. 8. GIVE THEM A SAFE PLACE. Wordofmouthisanincrediblypowerfultool! Tearoffthesecardsandgivethemtoyourfriends, familyandcolleaguestospreadthewordabout BoysandGirlsClubsofCalgary.Why? , Katie Davies, Senior Director of Services