between friends annual report 2011



between friends annual report 2011
between friends
annual report 2011
Between Friends creates opportunities for people
with disabilities to connect, grow, and belong
through social and recreational activities.
Gerry David
Board Chair
Stability. Not a bad thing. With all the talk in the
past 20 years of growth in areas such as investments,
real estate markets, and debt loads, stability in our
organization is a good thing, especially in the face of
the current economy.
Stable membership - we’ve had a wonderfully stable
membership base for several years now. This allows
us to plan the year with more ease and draw on past
years experiences for support.
Stable staff - while it is difficult in an oil and gas
town to keep staff away from the lure of the “big
money,” we had an incredible fifty percent return rate
of camp staff. This is great for our above mentioned
stable membership, as they see the same friendly
faces greeting them when they arrive at camp.
Stable funding - the same “big money” that creates
staffing challenges is also a blessing. Stable funding
from some great sources keeps us operating. For the
first time in our history, we were able to ink multiyear commitments from corporate Calgary. Our
thanks to Cenovus and Newalta for placing their trust
in us, and for recognizing the great work that we do.
Stable funding from the United Way also calms the
financial waters. Additionally, a golf tournament run
by a dedicated committee of volunteers, that just
won’t give up, along with Friends in Motion, now in its
19th year, helps to round out the picture.
And while we fight the economy with a loss on our
books, we are still here, still strong, and still loving
what we do. What more can you ask for?
This upcoming year will see more of the same
stability, with some change thrown in to keep us
all busy. You will notice some new branding - a
fresh and memorable look to keep us as fresh and
memorable as our members; a board that currently
sits with over 30 years of combined service to
Between Friends, and believes in the organization and
the cause; a core group of volunteers that give their
time, effort, and heart to make this organization that
much better; and, of course, a core staff that enjoy
their jobs, their co-workers, and are with us because
they truly enjoy being part of Between Friends.
While a little more stability on the funding side
wouldn’t hurt and would help me sleep a little better,
I must consider, “What am I thankful for most as I
enter my third year as chair?” I can truly say that I am
thankful for all of these wonderful people. They are
what the organization is about, and the reason that
most of us return year after year. Thank you.
annual report 2011
Suzanne Jackett
In 2011, Between Friends’ focus was centered on our
communication channels and reach in the community.
The organization began a rebranding process which
took much of the year to plan, with implementation
slated for early 2012.
Change is exciting. With a new identity comes the
opportunity for Between Friends to rejuvenate and
revitalize our brand while maintaining our core values
and purpose. It has provided us with the opportunity
to look at our proud past, to consider where we have
come from, to analyze our current circumstances and
to make exciting plans for the future.
As our 30th Anniversary approaches it causes me
to ask, “What is the dream?” For me, the long-term
dream is to work myself out of a job. Imagine a
society that is responsive to needs and equipped with
the skills and expertise required to be accepting and
accommodate everyone in social and recreational
activities, regardless of their “special” need, ability
or disability. That is my dream. Will I see it in my
lifetime? I hope so. It is after all, what I work toward
every day.
The Genesis Centre of Community Wellness opened
in January and Between Friends is proud to be a
partner in providing quality recreation and social
opportunities through the centre and the human
resource area called 1000 Villages. The Genesis
Centre is a 225,000 square foot, $120 million multipurpose complex built to enrich the health, wellness,
and unity of communities in Northeast Calgary. It
is our plan to strengthen our programming in this
quadrant of the city to better meet the needs of those
community members living with disabilities.
We could not do this very important work without
the support of many. To our programming partners,
funders, donors, sponsors, staff, volunteers, advisors,
board of directors, families and our members, I
express my deepest gratitude. It is with excitement
and anticipation that I look forward to 2012 when
Between Friends turns thirty. When we have the
opportunity to celebrate where we have come from
and what we have accomplished, and we look forward
to the very exciting future ahead of us.
We began to forge many partnerships on the road to
this dream. We are working in partnership with many
other recreation service providers (both disability
specific and community based) to make things better
and easier for all members.
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highlights & impact
Over 26% of our FAMILIES
contributed to Between Friends
with their time and/or funds
Our biggest fundraiser of the
year, FRIENDS IN MOTION, raised
$165,000 to subsidize Adventurers
and Camp Bonaventure
Between Friends CHARITY GOLF
CLASSIC raised $150,000 in
support of W.E.S.O.A.R! Programs
We awarded 8 LUCY MILNE
SCHOLARSHIPS to program staff
for their commitment to people
with disabilities
We awarded 2 CATALYST
SCHOLARSHIPS to program staff
exemplifying the mission and
values of Between Friends
CAMP BONAVENTURE filled to 96%
and delivered a fun-filled summer
to our participants who occupied
545 camp spaces
In memoriam, the PATTY WILSON
presented for the first time
We established new I.C.A.N!
PROGRAM partnerships with
Talisman Centre and Eau Clarie
Between Friends MEMBERS
successfully and independently
participated in community based
recreation camps and programs
AKTION CLUB volunteered over 75
hours and raised over $4,800 for a
variety of organizations
Culinary Kids, “LOVES Between
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staff &
Between Friends has retained 69%
Our volunteers spent 208 hours
participating in BBQ’s and sleepover
3,265: the number of hours our
W.E.S.O.A.R! PROGRAM volunteers
10,924: the number of hours our
THANKS to our volunteers, Between
Friends saved $140,510 (based on
2011 Alberta minimum wage)
194: the number of W.E.S.O.A.R!
PROGRAM volunteers
111: the number of CAMP
BONAVENTURE volunteers
33% of our volunteers are MALE and
67% of our volunteers are FEMALE
362 Between Friends VOLUNTEERS
filled 1,708 volunteer positions
The total number of VOLUNTEER
HOURS contributed was close to
It took 52 volunteers to plan,
coordinate, and cook-up our delicious
Volunteers contributed 1,408 hours to
SPECIAL EVENTS such as Friendship
Day and Dances
Volunteers gave 1,008 hours to CAMP
FUN’ZAMUST- our residential camp at
Easter Seals Camp Horizon
Over 67% of our program volunteers
are between the ages of 16-30 years
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our donors
Corporations, Service Clubs & Foundations
1051895 Alberta Ltd
Alberta Orange Foundation for Children
Alliance Pipeline Ltd
Allies for Autism Foundation
Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc
Apache Canada Ltd
Bacchiega Consulting Services Ltd
Ballyhoo Concepts Inc
Bellport Resources Ltd
Bennett Jones
BMO Employee Charitable Foundation
BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc
BOND Creative Inc
BP Canada Energy Company
BP Foundation Inc
Calgary Catholic Teachers’ Charities
Calgary Children’s Foundation
Calgary Decorative Artists
Calgary Flames Hockey Club
Calgary Public Teachers ATA Local 38
Carma Developers LP
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Catalyst LLP
Cattleprod Creative Corp
Cenovus Employees Foundation
Cenovus Energy Inc
Century Coals Limited
Children’s Hospital Aid Society
Chinook Energy Inc
CIBC Children’s Foundation
CIBC Community Relations
Clearview Plumbing
Crendon Investment Ltd
DJA Engineering Services Inc
Devon Canada Corporation
EDM Interiors Ltd
Edon Management Ltd
Edward L. Owens Professional Corp
Elite Fleet Courier Ltd
Enbridge Inc
Encana Cares Foundation
Encana Corporation
Ernst & Young LLP
Fairborne Energy Ltd
First Calgary Savings & Credit Union
Fluor United Way Campaign
Forzani Group Ltd
Government of Alberta Culture and
Community Services
Hansen Information Systems Ltd
Harry & Martha Cohen Foundation at
the Calgary Foundation
Herbert & Gotte Pro Corp
Here’s The Scoop
Hurry Hydrocarbons
Husky Community Rebate Program
Husky Energy
Insite Communications Ltd
Inter Pipeline Fund
Investors Group Financial Services
JCOR Human Resources Services Inc
Jaguar Land Group Ltd
Susan Acorn
Carol Albert
Linda Anderson
Joanne Anson
Kathleen Askevold
James & Christine Ayton
Jennifer Baerg
Shannon Bailey
Irene Bakos
Maria Batti & Saverio
Archie Beare
Erika Begemann
Anne Belec
Ron & Rita Benjamin
Scott Bodie & Patty Dawn
David Boomer
David Boone
Adeline Brimacombe
Dan & Michelle Broadhead
Kathryn Brownson
Lucia Buccini
R.M. & Georgia Cairns
Camp Bonaventure Staff
Paul & Diane Caron
Maggie Cha
Connie Chan
Denise Chang-Yen
Phong & Phuong Chau
David Cheney
Brenda Cherry
Yeuk Cheung & Chi Wai Tse
David Z. Clark
Catharine Clayton
Michael & Barb Colborne
Doug & Dorothy Cook
Mae Cook
Bernard & Sandra
Suzanne Crawford
Gerald David
Michael de Carle
Craig Dickinson
John Dickinson
Charlotte Dionne
Geri Dornstauder
Sean Drysdale
John & Susan Duckett
James Electric Motor Services Ltd
James Snyder Construction Ltd
Jewels by Maxime’s
John A & Fern R White Handicapped
Children’s Fund at the Calgary
KBM Commercial Floor Coverings Inc
Kent Sargent Prof Corp
Keyera Corp
Legacy Wealth Management Inc
Leonard & Faigel Shapiro Family Fund
at the Calgary Foundation
Little Red Inc
Macquarie Group Foundation
McDaniel & Assoc. Consultants Ltd
McElhanney Land Surveys Ltd
Moss Fabrication Ltd
Mullen Trucking LP
Murco Industries Ltd
National Bank Financial
Newalta Corporation
Nexen Inc
Nickle Family Foundation
NLN Investments Ltd
Northmount Kiwanis Club
Northwest Tank Lines Inc
Odyssey Towers
Ogden Financial Planners Ltd
Orthopaedic & Sports Physiotherapy
Penn West Petroleum Ltd
People Engaged in (P.E.I.) Benevolent
Activities Association
Pipella Law
Prodigy Painting Ltd
Provident Energy Ltd
Purr Energy Sportswear Inc
Riddell Family Charitable Foundation
Robert Rivard Professional Corp
Rotary Club of Calgary Heritage Park
Rotary Club of Calgary South
Samaritan Club of Club
Select Delivery Systems
Shades Plus
Shell Canada Limited
Solex Thermal Science Inc.
Spectra Energy
Springfield Contractors
Stach & Associates Inc
Stepper Homes Inc.
Stone Creek Resorts
Telus Team Charitable Giving Program
Tenax Energy Inc
Terra Energy Corp
The Hair Lounge
The Prosser Charitable Foundation
TransCanada Corp
Triway Services Ltd.
Committee of 10,000
United Parcel Services Canada Ltd
Vital Business Solutions Inc
WalMart Canada Corp
Watson Family Foundation at the
Calgary Foundation
Young Professionals in Energy
Michael Duckett
Bill Falagaris
Susan Felker
John Fitzgerald
Katie Fipke
Jim & Connie Forbes
Carl Forman
Debbie Forsch
Linda Foster
Bradley & Tracy Fox
Juliamai Giffen
John & Diane Gladstone
Kirby & Geordie Glenn
Derek Glowa
Julia Gnida
Anthony Gomez & Luceli
Douglas& Carole Goodwin
Robert & Linda Gossen
Harry & Karen Greenberg
Hagg Family Trust
Amy Hajar
Ellie Hall
Barbara Hastings
Cheryl Hayes
Ray & Frieda Herrington
Erin Hiebert
Nicole Hogan
Donna Hopkins
Stephanie Howard
Hye-Jung Hyun
Robert Jackett
Suzanne Jackett
Audrey Jackson
Rehana Janmohamed
Janaka Jayasuriya
Fred Johnson
Garth & Kathryn Johnson
Troels Jorgensen
Sunaryani Kasim
Douglas J. Kay
Brian & Betty Kedrosky
Mitra Khorasani Toghyani
Nicholas G. Kirton
Wally & Catherine Kozak
Robert & Eileen Kraft
Matthew Kraft
Jim & Susy Labelle
Samantha Lathrop
Dave & Beth Lawton
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Brent Lennox
Gordon Lietz
Grant MacArthur & Suzanne
James & Corinne MacLean
Amanda Mak
Donna Maksymec
Terry & Maria Malakoff
Allan Markin
Dan May
Susanne Mazur
Glen & Darci McArter
Gillian McCaw
Tammy McCorkell
Susan McDermott & Dave
Scott & Kathryn McDonald
Bruce McFarland & Janice
Donald McGregor
Douglas McLean
Glenda McLean
David & Karen McLellan
Shirley McLellan
Paul & Michelle McMillan
Paul & Nancy Morin
Ken Mostowich
Maureen Moul
Ian & Marline Murdoch
Marsha Muscoby
Melissa Mushka
Shino Nakane & Jamie
Craig Natland
Louise Nesterenko
Larry & Dorothy Nichols
Krista Noriega
Michael O’Reilly
Joyce Palmer
Amir Farzin Parsi
Michael & Janice Patterson
Gerry Patwell
Gary & Elaine Pease
Margie Penuliar
Dennis Peters
Bruno Picone
Kim Presser
Stephen Raby
Christopher Reid
Garry Reimer
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Olga Renzhina
Delaney Rivard
Don & Bertha Robb
Pnina Rubensohn
Martin & Debra Rude
Anne E. Rudiak
Sherry Sawers
Harry & Joanne Schaefer
Calum Scott
Richard Bronstein & Judith
Cheryl Shore
David & Myrtle Siebert
Julie Skelly
Shannon Slabotsky
Tannis Smith
Jade Soltice
Dale & Georgina Sproule
Bill & Nancy St. Aubin
Kenneth & Valerie Stecyk
Brenda Stewart
Brad Strangeland
Maliheh Sadr Tahouri
Simon & Shiny Tharayil
Mark Terrill
Peggy Thomson
Tony Tighe
D.L. Tisdale
Anh Tran
Guy Turcotte
Tim & Clara Ulrichsen
Peter Monica van Roijen
Garnet & Helene Verhoog
Marion Walters
Wendy Walters
He Jian Wang & Ming Xia Li
David Waymouth
Kathleen Whelan
John Williams
David & Judy Whitley
Juanita Winters
Wade & Laurie Woelfle
Fred Wright
Bernie Wylie
Bruce & Gwen Yaholnitsky
Aihua Ye
Cesar & Kim Yepes
Branu & Mouna Zemeadim
Waclaw Zietara
Greg & Annamarie Zobatar
Absolute Baseball Academy
Alberta Boots Company
Stephen Ames
Artistry In Motion
Beaumont Church LLP
Bon Ton Meat Market
Bow Cycle & Motor Co Ltd
Cactus Club Cafe
Calaway Park
Calgary Flames Hockey Club
Calgary Olympic Development Association
Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra
Calgary Stampeders Football Club
Calgary Zoo
Canyon Meadows Golf & Country Club
Carnmoney Golf & Country Club
City of Calgary Recreation
Chicago Chophouse
Color Me Mine
Downtown YMCA Branch
Ducks & Company
Paulette Dumont
Earl Grey Golf & Country Club
Foot Solutions
Forzani Group Ltd
Founders Lounge
Galleon Energy
Glenmore Audi
Laura Hall
Heritage Park
Brian Hogan
Janet Horbacio Photography
Stephanie Howard
Hudson’s Canadian Tap House
Investors Group Financial Services
JAROblue Tapas and Lounge
Jewels by Maxine
Kids Up Front Foundation
John Land
L’Arche Calgary
Legacy Wealth Management Inc
Little Red Inc
Keith MacDonald
Bruce McFarlane
Marsh Canada Limited
Raymond Mason
Mavericks Chuckwagon Society
Tammy McCorkell
Don McGregor
Paul Miller
Moksha Yoga Calgary West
Moosehead Breweries
Marton Murphy
Murrieta’s Bar & Grill
Colleen Ngai
Nike Golf
John Piasta
Pinebrook Golf & Country Club
Greg Pocherewny
Redwood Meadows Golf & Country Club
Robert & Elizabeth Rivard
Dwight & Tanya Ross
RUSH Dining Room & Bar
Paul Saul
Salon Savella
Shawnessey Superstore
Spolumbo’s Fine Foods & Deli
Springbank Cheese Co (Willowpark)
Rob Strand
Stone Creek Resorts
Subway Restaurant
Sue Stevenson-Brown
Sunnyside Home & Garden Centre
Talisman Centre
Talisman Energy Inc
The Fairmont Banff Springs
The Oasis Wellness Centre & Spa
Time Frames
Toole Peete Insurance Brokers
Thorlakson Feedyards Inc
Trail Appliances
Trans Canada Pipelines
Traxis Solutions Inc & Oasis Spa
U of C Dino Athletics
Vertigo Theatre
Vintage Group
Patricia Wheatley
Craig Wilkie
Willow Park Wines & Spirits
Alex Woelfle
Media Supporters
Country 105 & Q107
Thank you to all of our Friends
in Motion and SAKapalooza
Thank you to our donors who
have chosen to donate to us
through the United Way Donor
Choice Program and to those
donors who have chosen to
remain Anonymous.
Every effort is made to ensure
the accuracy of our lists. If your
name has been missed, we
extend our sincere apology and
our heartfelt thanks for your
support. Please call 296 0257 so
that we may rectify our error.
impacting lives
As a parent, for many years, I felt
Alacia’s loneliness when she attended
summer day camp. However, for the
past two summers, Alacia has enjoyed
her peers immensely at the I.C.A.N!
Camp supported by Between Friends
and the Shawnessy YMCA.
Why did I choose an integrated
camp for Alacia, when she attends a
segregated school setting? I feel that
integration benefits Alacia’s overall
development, especially her self
confidence. Every day Alacia attended
the camp, she became very excited as
soon as she entered the YMCA.
The Between Friends staff paved
the way by educating the children
in the camp about Alacia and her
many abilities. The staff worked with
the typical children to find ways
Alacia could participate in the camp
programs. As a result, Alacia was
totally accepted as her own unique
person, and always felt that she
- Susan, Parent
Between Friends has bettered
my life. Their organization has
shown me the sense of purpose
and achievement that volunteerism
rewards. At first I was skeptical
in how I could help people with
disabilities. Also, I was worried the
volunteering would be too much to
handle on top of my homework.
But through Between Friends I’ve
matured into a leader, and the kids
I work with have taught me how to
communicate, care, and empathize,
in a way that can’t be learned
elsewhere in life. The activities I do
are a relief and a driving force.
I encourage others to work with
people with disabilities to see
firsthand the smiles you bring to
others and the happiness you get in
- Jesse, Volunteer
My son, Teague, struggles
with several physical and
developmental challenges.
Enrolling him in communitybased recreation programs was
a heart-breaking experience for
us as a family and an incredibly
frustrating experience for
Teague -- he was just not able
to keep up with the other
children physically or mentally.
He struggled to relate to and
make friends with the other kids
and was left out of the positive
social aspects that come from
participating in a group activity.
Then we were introduced to
Between Friends. Hands down,
this has been one of the best
discoveries of the decade for
our family and for Teague.
Summers at Camp Bonaventure
are adventures: days filled with
picnics, rock climbing, sailing,
and swimming. Over the three
summers Teague has been to
camp, we have watched our
non-verbal, withdrawn son greet
fellow campers and counselors
with a smile and sometimes even
a hug! Teague has found a place
where he could belong and feel
a part of hanging out with other
- Kathryn, Parent
annual report 2011
David Boomer
a message
from our
In 2011, revenue increased by $22, 104 or by 1.5% this
is lower than in 2010. Fundraising, program fees and
grants, including both the United Way of Calgary and
Area and foundation and government grants, account
for the majority of our revenues and are the key
sources of support for our programs.
We continued to invest in our staff and to provide
quality programming experiences for our members in
which they had the opportunity to connect, grow and
gain a sense of belonging. Although there was a slight
increase in revenues, expenses increased by $65,968
or by 4.5%.
annual report 2011
The 2011 deficit was funded by drawing against
existing cash and investments.
As fundraising is critical to our operations and our
ability to provide safe, quality programming we will
continue to build upon our community profile and
financial support.
auditors’ report
To the Members of The Calgary Between Friends Club (a not-for-profit organization)
We have audited the accompanying financial statements of The Calgary Between Friends Club, a not-for-profit organization, which
comprise the statement of financial position as at December 31, 2011 and the statements of operations, changes in net assets and
cash flows for the year then ended, and a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information.
Management's Responsibility for the Financial Statements
Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements in accordance with Canadian
generally accepted accounting principles, and for such internal control as management determines is necessary to enable the
preparation of financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
Auditor's Responsibility
Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance
with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards require that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and
perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement.
An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The
procedures selected depend on the auditor's judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial
statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the
entity's preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the
circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity's internal control. An audit also
includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by
management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements.
We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our qualified audit opinion.
Basis for Qualified Opinion
In common with many charitable organizations, the Association derives revenue from donations, fundraising and program registrations
the completeness of which is not susceptible of satisfactory audit verification. Accordingly, our verification of these revenues was limited
to the amounts recorded in the records of the Association and we were not able to determine whether any adjustments might be
necessary to contributions, excess of revenues over expenses, current assets and net assets.
Qualified Opinion
In our opinion, except for the effect of adjustments, if any, which we might have determined to be necessary had we been able to satisfy
ourselves concerning the completeness of the contributions referred to in the preceding paragraph, these financial statements present
fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of The Calgary Between Friends Club, a not-for-profit organization, as at December
31, 2011 and the results of its operations and its cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with Canadian generally accepted
accounting principles.
Calgary, Alberta
February 13, 2012
Semeschuk & Co.
Certified General Accountants
The Calgary Between Friends Club
Condensed Statement of Financial Position
December 31, 2011
Cash and cash equivalents
T-bill mutual fund
Accounts receivable
Prepaid expenses
ENDOW MENT FUND INVESTMENTS (Market value $971,113 2010 - $1,039,232)
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Accounts payable
Deferred contributions
Approved by the Board:
A complete financial statement is available upon request
___________________________________________, Director
___________________________________, Director
The Calgary Between Friends Club
Condensed Statement of Operations and Fund Balances
Year Ended December 31, 2011
Operating revenues
Government Grants
Investment income – Endowment Fund
Investment income
Other income
Direct program costs
Program costs
Wages and benefits
Building occupancy
Fund raising
Communications - publicity & promotion
General operating costs
Wages and benefits
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A complete financial statement is available upon request
about us
Between Friends is a charitable organization that creates
opportunities for people with disabilities to connect, grow,
and belong through social and recreational activities.
For over thirty years, Between Friends has been offering
children, youth, and adults a variety of programs that
remove the barriers of isolation and truly function as the
building blocks of friendship.
We run close to two hundred social and recreational
programs designed to meet the needs of over 59 disability
groups. We also encourage inclusive program participation
by offering program spaces for those who do not have a
We encourage diversity by connecting our community with
their fellow citizens with disabilities, providing ongoing
development and benefitting all people through the
sharing of unique talents and perspectives.
Our I.C.A.N! Programs & Camps (Inclusive Community
Activities with No Barriers) provide equal opportunities
in community recreation. Discovery and social interaction
with typically-developing peers is a key experience.
W.E.S.O.A.R! Programs (Weekend & Evening Social
Opportunities and Recreation) run throughout the year
and include a variety of social and recreational group
activities for all ages.
In the summer months, Camp Bonaventure, Camp
FunzAmust, and Adventurers provide unforgettable
experiences for children, youth, and adults.
Between Friends ensures that every person with a wish
for the thrilling adventure of attending our programs is
granted the opportunity through fee assistance. In 2011,
we provided additional subsidies totalling $38,000 to 75
205 8989 Macleod Trail S Calgary AB T2H 0M2
Tel 403 269 9133 Fax 403 269 3919
Charitable Registration No: 11921 7925 RR0001

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