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Charity:  Ronald McDonald House
Website:  www.rmhcsca.org
Amount Donated:  TBA late March 2017
 
Ronald McDonald House® Southern Alberta offers a home away from home for out-of-town families with children receiving medical care at a Calgary hospital. Our House provides a warm, compassionate and comfortable environment where families can share experiences, eat a warm homemade meal, and rest while caring for a sick child. Offering 24 private family suites, the House also features a communal kitchen, home-style living rooms, free laundry facilities, play areas and programming for all ages facilitated by our Family Services team.
Last year, 283 families stayed at the House. While each family suite costs $192 per night to operate, families are only asked to pay a nominal nightly fee of $12. The House relies on donations, grants and fundraising to help keep hundreds of families close to their children receiving vital medical care.


 

Charity:  Calgary Apraxia Parent Exchange
Website:  www.calgaryapraxia.com 
Amount Donated:  TBA late March 2017
 

Calgary Apraxia Parents Exchange (CAPE) is a registered non-profit organization that is 100% volunteer run (NO ADMIN COSTS), and we organize family events to build a network of support for families affected by Apraxia. We ask for you to consider supporting our cause. We need to raise over $20,000 to run our summer camp program for children ages 3-10. You can support us with a direct donation, or a donation-in-kind, gift certificate or item that we can use in our upcoming raffles.

Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a severe motor speech disorder. Children with CAS have problems saying sounds, syllables and words. This is not because of muscle weakness or paralysis. Instead, the brain has problems planning how to move the body parts (e.g. lips, jaw, tongue) needed for speech. Children with CAS generally have typical comprehension, behavior, and physical development, but have significant difficulty expressing themselves. Children with CAS generally progress slowly in therapy, require years of intensive therapy in order to communicate their wants and needs, and may have co-occurring learning difficulties (such as reading and writing) due to their severe communication challenges. 




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