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Corporate YGivers are organizations that see giving to YMCA of Northern Alberta as an investment in creating strong communities in central and northern Alberta. There are so many great organizations operating in our communities who also strive to build strong kids, healthy families and thriving communities. 

Corporations who invest in YMCA programming recognize that the health of our people and our community relies on ending homelessness, achieving better high school completion rates and employment readiness for our young people, helping kids read at a third grade level by third grade, overcoming food insecurity and becoming part of a community.  

Corporations give to YMCA of Northern Alberta because its services reach into the communities where their employees and customers live and work. Investment made in each of our operating communities stays in that community.

Corporations may choose to align their investment with one of the YMCA’s targeted programs or contribute to the larger goal of health, wellness and belonging. We commit to working with each of our corporate partners to create meaningful and appropriate means of recognition.

To learn more, contact:

Lana Tordoff
YMCA of Northern Alberta

10211 105 Street
Edmonton, AB T5J 1E3

780.429.5741
lana.tordoff@northernalberta.ymca.ca  

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    YMCA Giving - Donate Today!

    YMCA Giving is the YMCA of Northern Alberta’s annual campaign to raise funds and awareness of community needs. Donations are used to assist people in gaining access to YMCA programs and services to help improve and enhance their lives. No one is turned away due to the inability to pay!

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    Plan Your Legacy

    The YMCA recognizes and honours those who have included the YMCA in their estate plans. Formally known as the 'Heritage Club', members plan their gifts to create endowment funds at either The Edmonton YMCA Foundation or the Edmonton Community Foundation.

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    Edmonton YMCA Foundation

    The Edmonton YMCA Foundation was formed on January 4, 1991 for the purpose of holding and investing endowment funds for the YMCA, and for investing earnings on those funds in YMCA programs, services and facilities. The Foundation supports current YMCA programs and is creating a legacy to ensure that the Y will continue to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities for generations to come.