Kerby Centre is always pursuing new partnership opportunities and programs that will enable us to support even more older adults in Calgary and surrounding communities. We partner with Alberta Health Services (AHS) on many programs including our Adult Day Program and our Wellness Clinic. I am pleased to share with you that older adults dealing […]
Grade 6 students at Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School were working on a school project about learning about our society and the voice and power of vulnerable groups in our city, but it grew much bigger. They decided to focus our research on elder abuse and learned about the great work that the Kerby Centre is doing through […]
It’s National Victims and Survivors of Crime Week and The Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters (ACWS) asks Albertans to listen to the experts on domestic violence. Listen closely to survivors and the shelters staff who support them. We need their knowledge and their experience to find real, lasting solutions to domestic violence. Provincial statistics continue […]
Calgary Foundation Grant Supports Kerby Centre’s Distributed Service Model Assessment Study Kerby Centre wishes to acknowledge the Calgary Foundation for their support in funding the Kerby Centre’s Distributed Service Model Assessment Study. The foundation committed a total of $24,570 in the Summer of 2015 towards this study, which was intended to identify ways of expanding […]
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Annual General Meeting on April 19, 2016. Read our Annual Report and learn more about Kerby Centre’s work in 2015.
Prime Minister Trudeau was at Kerby Centre for meetings and took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to visit with Kerby Board President Hank Heerema, CEO Luanne Whitmarsh, and other board and staff members. From left, Senior Manager of Marketing & Communications Keith Callbeck, CEO Luanne Whitmarsh, Prime Minister Trudeau, Board President Hank […]
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