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Following the devastating Southern Alberta Floods of June 2013, The Calgary Foundation established the Flood Rebuilding Fund, which supports qualified donees in long-term rebuilding and recovery efforts.
The Calgary Foundation is donating its services and does NOT recover administrative costs or credit card transaction fees, so 100% of donations are directed toward recovery work and the next waves of need in Calgary and area - which includes the hardest hit areas of High River, Canmore, and surrounding First Nation reserves.
Flood Rebuilding Fund Grants support qualified donees in all parts of the charitable sector. To determine whether your organization is a qualified donee, visit the Canada Revenue Agency’s website.
The program offers support for new initiatives that restore community spirit, rebuild gathering places and enhance resiliency. The program is open to qualified donees who serve individuals, communities or neighbourhoods affected by the flood.
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Other programs for assistance: