Corporate Giving

Corporations can work with Easter Seals Alberta through sponsorships, cash donations and in-kind donations. We will work with your company to identify the most appropriate method to fulfill your company’s strategic plan and mission within your social responsibility structure.


Working from a 65 year history of helping Albertans with disabilities, Easter Seals Alberta has the capacity to bring your corporate social responsibility to the forefront of the business community by increasing your company profile through our special events and targeted public relations. Also, we can involve your employees in our programs (such as Easter Seals Camp Horizon) or in our special events as participants or volunteers, bringing personal pride to your employees and collective pride to your corporation.

Banded Peak Challenge for Easter Seals Camp Horizon This Rocky Mountain bike and hike challenge is a favorite for  mountain bikers and hikers of all ages and takes place on Moose Mountain overlooking Bragg Creek. This outdoor adventure is family friendly. All proceeds go to help kids with disabilities and special needs attend Easter Seals Camp Horizon.

Easter Seals Drop Zone This event has participants stepping out of their comfort zone and off a tall building. Events go in both Calgary and Edmonton every September. Superheroes raise a minimum of $1,500 to rappel off a downtown building all in support of Easter Seals Alberta.

Easter Seals Camp Horizon Ensure kids with disabilities can attend a unique special camp experience tailored to their need by sponsoring a camper,a BBQ lunch day or a week of camp. 

JC Anderson Golf Invitational This golf tournament, held at the at the Sirocco Golf Club in Calgary, supports the rebuilding of Easter Seals Camp Horizon and the Speakers in Schools Program.  

Kevin Karius Easter Seals Celebrity Golf Classic This golf tournament, held at the Belvedere Golf and Country Club in Sherwood Park on 160 acres of rolling land framed by trees. This tournament supports Albertans with disabilities and medical conditions. 

We Care Ball The We Care Ball features a fabulous six-course gourmet dining experience a champagne reception, dancing, and silent auction. Food is prepared by the Calgary Academy of Chefs. An incomparable menu is created by local food service companies donating the ingredients. The We Care Ball is an established well attended event your company can be proud to be affiliated with, a perfect entertaining venue for your special employees and clients.

Woman2Warrior A women's only obstacle adventure race held in Calgary and Edmonton. This non-timed run covers about 5 km of trails, track, and grass. The course features obstacles to test participants' strength, agility, balance, and sense of adventure. Participants may enter as an individual or as a team. 

Please visit our Events Page for additional information about each event and sponsorship opportunities. 

Capital Projects

Easter Seals McQueen Residence and Easter Seals Camp Horizon offer first class facilities for individuals with physical disabilities. These buildings need infrastructure repairs, additions, or equipment. Contact Easter Seals to help fund a capital project.

Cash Donations

Receive a charitable tax receipt when your corporation makes a cash donation to Easter Seals Alberta. We will work with you for appropriate recognition in the community and in your office place. Easter Seals Alberta can arrange a tour at their facilities including Easter Seals Camp Horizon and Easter Seals McQueen Residence. In addition, Easter Seals Alberta can arrange for clients and/or Youth Ambassadors to attend and event or make an appearance upon request. 

Work Parties at Easter Seals Camp Horizon

Work Parties are a fantastic way for corporate groups to make a difference in the lives of children with disabilities and to have a team-building, fun-filled day outdoors while they are at it.

Work Party projects include but are not limited to:

  • Wood working - building or repairing our many ramps and walkways
  • Landscaping & gardening
  • Painting & staining (indoors & out)
  • Fence building & repair
  • Tile installation (indoors)
  • Simple carpentry, electrical & plumbing projects
  • Trail maintenance & boardwalk building/repair
  • Program set-up (assembling/moving tepees, tents, picnic tables, fire pits, etc.)
  • Outhouse maintenance (only for the extra keen!)

Depending on the group size and what skills & resources you are able to bring along, we can customize a work party experience for you. Groups from as small as 10 to as large as 60 can be self catered (outdoor BBQ provided) or enjoy a hot lunch at Camp.

For more information please call 403-949-3818, ext. 33 or d%2Cl%60hm for more information.

Plan your own Fundraiser for Easter Seals Alberta

Partnership events are third party events or special fundraising initiatives primarily run by another organization and Easter Seals Alberta is the beneficiary of the proceeds. Following are a few suggestions:

Stampede Party Join the biggest show in town by having a fun gathering of your employees and colleagues. Charge a nominal fee and donate the proceeds to Easter Seals Alberta.

50/50 Draws As a part of your employee appreciation plan hold 50/50 draws. Half of the proceeds can go to Easter Seals Alberta, while the other half goes to the employee.

Golf Tournaments Encourage your employees and corporate contacts to join you at your golf tournament.

If you have any questions about any of these fund development programs, or would like to make a gift personally, please contact:


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Did You Know Part 2

In Canada between 2001 and 2006 the number of persons who reported having a disability increased by three-quarters of a million people (+21.2%), reaching 4.4 million in 2006. At the same time, the non-disabled population experienced lesser growth, increasing by 3.3% to reach 26.2 million people.