KEA Canada is proud to work with the following organizations. They do meaningful work that makes our world a better place and strengthens our communities. We are grateful for the opportunity to contribute to their success.
Cultivating, nurturing, and integrating our awareness of the physical, emotional, existential, and psychosocial aspects of illness and suffering, sits at the core of Kalein’s holistic approach to end-of-life care services and initiatives. The Kalein Centre gathers thought leadership from across a broad spectrum of domains and interests, and offering programs that expand our social and cultural relationship to compassionate community and care.
The Bow Valley Waste Management Commission operates a number of programs that lead the Bow Valley towards improved waste management, including: a self-sufficient Class III Landfill Operation; recycling drop-off for 15 different materials; a Construction and Demolition Waste Tracking and Recycling Program; on-site processing into value-added products for materials such as wood, asphalt, concrete, compostable yard and garden waste; and recycling of Bow Valley scrub and brush to supply the bio filter material required to start up the City of Calgary compost facilities.
The Mission of the YWCA Banff is empowering women, girls and our community through leadership development, advocacy, and provision of relevant programming and services. For almost 100 years the YWCA of Banff has been the leading resource for women and their families fleeing domestic violence and for providing safe, affordable housing for Bow Valley community members.
The idea for St. Michael's Anglican Church began one October evening in 1893 as a small group of people gathered in the one room log schoolhouse in Canmore, AB. The church benefits the growing community of Canmore, giving the people of the town a place to mark important life events like baptism and confirmation, joyous celebrations like marriage and times of support at funerals. Faith, hope and community are the cornerstones of St. Michael's in its inception, a sentiment that continues to this very day.
For nearly a century, 4-H Saskatchewan has understood youth and their need to be involved, accepted, valued and heard. The 4-H program strives to encourage individual growth in young people by developing self-confidence, the ability to make wise decisions and a responsible attitude toward community service.
The Westside Legacy Trail will be a multi-recreational, human-powered, paved trail connecting the communities of Invermere and Fairmont Hot Springs. It will be a meaningful addition to an already active community and residents, businesses and local governments will contribute in their own unique way to help build this world-class trail amenity.