Regional Partner Programs

Cybermentor, University of Calgary

The $15,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant is supporting Cybermentor which is an online mentoring program for girls in grades 6 to 12 across Alberta. Each girl is matched with her own mentor an inspiring women in the diverse careers of science, technology, engineering and math.

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Empowering Minds

The $15,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant is helping to fund youths experience learning in a dynamic and brand new way. With a focus on social, emotional learning, both the ConneX and Empowered U leadership programs challenge teens to become more self aware of themselves and their relationships.

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Inside Education Society of Alberta

The $25,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant will help support teachers and inspire students in the K-12 school system when it comes to the environment, our natural resources, energy, water and climate change.

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LINKages Society of Alberta

The $15,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant supports student, volunteers from junior and senior high schools visit with senior mentors at the seniors’ residences through the school year. As a result of being connected to seniors, youths enhance their leadership, citizenship and interpersonal skills; learn about heritage, history and traditions and experience inclusion and engagement in their community.  

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Right to Play

The $20,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant helps support the Promoting Life-skills for Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) program works in partnership with 92 First Nations communities and organizations across Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, and British Columbia to develop bespoke, dynamic, play-based programming focused on health, education, resiliency and employability for over 6,000 Indigenous youth nationwide.

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The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth

The $25,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant is supporting the Bridge Support Project for Vulnerable Youth (BSP) for refugee youth as they entre Canadian society, through trauma informed and strengths based curriculum.

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United Way – All in for Youth

The $15,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant will help provide mentoring and success coaching for at risk youth, providing a positive school culture, with caring staff and high quality teaching; and ensuring all students are confident and accomplished in reading and writing.

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The $15,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant will help support the SET (Science, Engineering and Technology) Conference, which is shows grades 10-12 high school girls that there is more to science than medicine and more to engineering than bridge building.

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YMCA Calgary

The $15,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant will help fund the YMAP program, which helps ease the transition to high school in a new country, by building a healthy community for young newcomers to make friends and practice skills related to Canadian economic, social, cultural, and political integration.

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YMCA of Northern Alberta

The $15,000 Ted Rogers Community Grant Youth Transitions Program (YTP) supports vulnerable youth 13-19 to transition into adulthood helping youth overcome personal, social and economic barriers through one on one support, life skills and leadership development workshops and recreational activities.

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