Partnership Events

Annual"Give a Kid a Lift" Fundraiser

Where: Ironwood Stage & Grill, Calgary
When: Sunday, March 19, 2017, 1:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Join us for a fun filled afternoon of music and entertainment in support of the Give a Kid a Lift Program (GAKAL), where Canwest Elevators and Lifts, Easter Seals Alberta, Garaventa Lifts, and Jim Ellison (Manson Construction) and Wayne Prothmann (Rewind Custom Homes and Renovations) partner together to provide a residential elevator in the home of a family with a child with a disability. 

Tickets are $25 and are available in advance by contacting Mike at 403-203-3244 ext. 118 or by dl%60hm%21 and at the door. 

We are also accepting items for our silent auction. If you would like to make a donation or more information, please contact Lhjd%21at Canwest Elevators and Lifts.  

This year's line up of entertainment includes:

Easter Seals Paper Egg Campaign

March 20 to April 16, 2017

Each spring participating retailers across Canada sponsor the Easter Seals Paper Egg campaign supporting kids and young adults with disabilities and special needs. In Alberta, retailers ask customers to purchase a $2 paper egg in support of Easter Seals kids. Look for the colourful egg display in store windows across Alberta of our generous retailers. Click HERE to purchase your Egg. 

Thank you to our 2016 supporters:

  • Albert’s Restaurant (Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Vegreville and Red Deer)
  • The Bargain!Shop/Red Apple
  • Booster Juice (March 7 -21)
  • Campers Village
  • Canadian Tire (Windemere, Edmonton)
    Legends Hair
    Optimize Physiotherapy and Sport Injury Clinic (Edmonton)
  • Peavey Mart
  • Save-on-Foods (Cochrane)
  • Swiss Chalet (Windermere, Edmonton)
  • Time to Care Dental Group (Edmonton)
    Tutti Frutii Breakfast and Lunch (Edmonton, Spruce Grove, Sherwood Park)


Volunteer with Easter Seals

Did You Know Part 2

15% of the world identifies as having a disability According to the World Health Organization, 15% of the world’s population (an estimated 1.1 billion people) identify as having some form of disability. This represents the world’s largest minority, and the only minority group that any of us can become a member of at any time.