In the Community
As a not-for-profit organization in Alberta, Money Mentors can relate to the objectives of other social and human agencies in the province. Each year, Money Mentors contributes to the development of such agencies by providing resources, tools and financial support to enable their respective growths.
As Albertans serving Albertans, we know there are many organizations who are also providing the basic needs to thousands of Albertans. Below are non-profit organizations we have supported and continue to support in many communities across the province.
On July 7, 2018, come celebrate the Calgary Stampede with a delicious breakfast prepared by Lino's Catering, music performance by Canadian Country Singer/Songwriter, Lori Kole and entertainment provided by Money Mentors mascot, Penny the Pig and Penelope the Clown!
In January of 2017, Money Mentors made a sponsorship donation to the Parkinson Association of Alberta and the Flexxaire Parkinson Step ‘n Stride. This sponsorship provides support to six locations Alberta wide, and essential funds for research that make every day better for those with Parkinson disease and the people who care for them.
In November 2015, Money Mentors made a contribution to Odyssey House in Grand Prairie. Women and children in Northwestern Alberta have been finding safety, comfort and support in a time of crisis at Odyssey House for over 30 years. As one of the largest and highest occupied women’s emergency shelters in Alberta, Odyssey House provided 24/7 service to nearly 800 women and children in 2014.
In October 2015, 2016, and most recently 2017, Money Mentors sponsored the Organizational Diversity award at the 8th annual Immigrant Achievement Awards (IAA) hosted by the Lethbridge Family Services. Lethbridge Family Services accepts nominations identifying immigrants, refugees and organizations that have made significant contributions to the Lethbridge community by sharing their talents, skills and dedication.