Supporting our Member Charities

We are proud to support our Member Charities!

Throughout the year we support our Member Charities through regional events where we raise funds and create awareness for each of their missions. Our yearly regional events include: 

  • BNI Charity Awards Gala (February)
  • BNI Charity Slo-Pitch Tournament (June)
  • BNI Charity Golf Tournament (September) 
  • Quarterly Cross Chapter Collaboration networking events

Bea Fisher

logo.pngThe entire Bea Fisher organization is driven to help individuals with developmental disabilities live their best lives possible. We do this through a wide variety of supports that help integrate those we provide services to into our community. These supports can include life and work skill coaching, employment placement support, residential living support, and a variety of activities within the community.

Member: Kim Crockett



Berkeley's Place

Berkeley's Place is an animal support network of like-minded animal lovers and offer a forum to honour all aspects of our pets’ lives and our relationship with them.

Member: Lillian Courtney



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Big Brothers Big Sisters commits to Canada’s young people to provide them with the highest quality, volunteer based mentoring programs. Their vision is that every Child in Canada Who Needs a Mentor, Has a Mentor.

Member: Joanne Cousins 



Central Lions Seniors Association

CLSA is an independent, non-profit society formed in 1979. We provide a welcoming and supportive environment for persons 55 years of age and older to participate in exercise, art music, and educational classes that enrich body, mind, and spirit to enhance longevity and quality of life.

Member: Janice Isberg




An Alberta Society for Citizens with Disabilities. Chrysalis offers personalized services designed to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities while providing meaningful opportunities for growth and community inclusion. 

With services in Edmonton and Calgary, Chrysalis celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2018. Our Innovative organization uses Human Centered Design as a service delivery model to create opportunities for people by designing programs and services based on individual needs and goals.

Member: Robert Helm



Kids Up Front

Kids Up Front

Kids Up Front is an organization dedicated to ensuring that ALL kids have access to fun, enriching experiences. In 1989, the UN identified that it’s a basic children’s right to be able to engage in arts, culture, sports, and recreation activities. Through our work, we’re on the right side of history playing a role in a world-class cause. We help children meet their most basic rights, so they can thrive and meet their full potential. 

Member: Jorgia Moore



KidSport Leduc & County


KidSport Alberta provides grants to help cover the registration costs so all kids aged 18 and under can play a season of sport. Together with our network of nearly 40 local chapters, we remove barriers So ALL Kids Can Play!

$1,557,709 Granted to kids in Alberta last year.

Member: Dawn Macdougall



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The Polish Scouting Association's goal is to build character and skills for future success in adulthood, by creating an environment within which youth can develop its unique talents, initiative, leadership, self-reliance, resourcefulness, self-discipline, and cooperation with others


Member: Yvonne Zalewski-Evoy



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Since 1945, Spinal Cord Injury Canada has been a part of substantial change that has helped individuals with spinal cord injury and other disabilities from coast to coast. Our mission is to empower persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve Independence and full Community Participation

Member: Julia Burton



St. Albert Further Education

Since 1974, St. Albert Further Education has been offering continuing education, free tutoring, and English Language Learning to adults in our​ community. They have a Family Literacy Program and a Newcomer Connection Program eager to help.

Member: Cheryl Dumont



Voice of Albertans with Disabilities

Voice of Albertans with Disabilities (VAD) is dedicated to supporting individuals, organizations, government representatives, schools, business personnel and employers to reduce the barriers and find solutions that prevent full participation.


Member: Sam Mason


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