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Once LOI is approved, complete your application based on the grant requirements
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See the Impact
With over $11 Million granted to charities in the last 31 years, the Red Deer & District Community Foundation has made tremendous impact throughout out Central Alberta.
2021 Approved Fall Grants
Aspire Special Needs Resource Centre Fee Assistance Program – $4,000.00
This program will support families experiencing financial barriers with fee assistance to access programs and services for children living with disabilities.
Hope 4 MVC Kids Society Family Supports for Children with Medical Needs – $4,000.00
Family Services of Central Alberta Rainbows Program – $2,500.00
Red Deer Action Group Society Subsidy Ride Program – $2,000
The program reimburses low-income individuals up to $150/year in transportation costs to help them get to their most important appointments like childcare, grocery shopping, and medical/wellness appointments.
Red Deer Food Bank Society Accessibility Modifications – $9,815.00
Red Deer Regional Health Foundation Vital Monitor Campaign – $20,000
Vital Monitor Campaign – Many patients (over 90,000) who come to the Red Deer Hospital must be on vital signs monitors to allow healthcare staff to provide optimal care. Monitors alert care teams when a patient’s vital signs falls outside safe parameters, allowing them to continue to support patients effectively. Multiple departments throughout the hospital identified the need to replace current monitors to be able to continually provide quality care to patients.
The Mustard Seed Red Deer Wellness Program – $20,000.00
This program will support people experiencing poverty and homelessness to improve their health and wellbeing through a unique, holistic and integrated approach. Poverty is multifactorial and has significant impacts on all areas of an individual’s life. Health and wellness programming facilitates clients exiting from homelessness by providing wrap-around services that address medical issues and additional environmental and social concerns that create barriers in moving towards sustainable, healthy lifestyles. Specific activities will include advocacy, mental health counselling, and occupational therapy.