The Human Services Advisory and Grant Funding Adjudication Committee, has granted funding to agencies to deliver social programming and services to youth based on the Social Investment Framework.
Through our partnership with Junior Achievement (JA) Southern Alberta, K-12 classrooms across Chestermere can access free programming that inspires and prepares students to succeed in life and in business. For more information, to book your class for a JA program or to volunteer with JA, please contact email@example.com.
Camp Chestermere will be partnering with Calgary Police Service to provide Alternative Measures program participants camp opportunities ranging from a weekend to a week long stay to complete their community service hours. To learn more, please visit Camp Chestermere’s website.
Youth, ages 10 – 17+ years will be able to access programs to build resiliency, leadership skills, and community engagement skills through healthy relationships. Youth can also access services to support development of healthy relationships, gender identity issues, emotional and mental health issues. For more information, please visit Synergy’s Youth Programs page.