A strong Alberta recovery is one with a plan to support the essential services we rely on every day while making sure that no one is left behind.

The more people – like you – who join the campaign, the louder our voice gets in support of Alberta’s nonprofit sector. Share this campaign with your community – your neighbours, family, friends, and colleagues – to show you’re invested in Alberta’s recovery. One where the nonprofit sector has a seat at the table as supported partners in the government’s plan.

There are many ways to share the Community Recovery Now campaign and get your community involved!

  1. Share on your social media, and ask others to join. Even tag your local elected officials and make sure community is included in recovery!
  2. Forward the email you received from The Nonprofit Vote to five of your colleagues and friends, and ask them to forward it to five more people!
  3. Follow The Nonprofit Vote and Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations (CCVO) on social media to keep up-to-date with campaign news.
  4. Check out a municipal election #nonprofitsvote campaign near you and support nonprofits with your vote on October 18. Calgary, Edmonton, and Wood Buffalo #nonprofitsvote campaigns are now live!
  5. Join CCVO at their Connections Conference on November 9 & 10, focused on the theme Building Community Prosperity. Community leaders from across Alberta and Canada will host discussions on topics including reconciliation; advocacy; diversity, equity and inclusion; mental health; philanthropy; digital transformation; and youth engagement.

Thank you again for your support of Alberta’s nonprofits, and our communities. We know that recovery begins at home, with each of us, and when we join our voices together, we can ensure our communities can continue toward a full recovery, remaining a strong and vibrant part of our future.

Community Recovery Now is a nonpartisan effort led by the Calgary Chamber of Voluntary Organizations. The campaign and materials are not intended to endorse or oppose candidates or political parties.