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Case Study: Calgary Counselling Centre

Calgary Counselling Centre provides compassionate, professional and affordable counselling services for Calgarians. As a leader in research and counsellor training in Canada since 1962, the Centre is committed to supporting a multiplicity of needs by offering a “barrier free” sliding scale pay system for their counselling services to individuals and families in Calgary and nearby communities.

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Case Study: cSPACE Projects

cSPACE Projects is a non-profit real estate enterprise and urban development organization that is re-imagining a network of affordable, sustainable and collaborative work spaces across Calgary. Their mission is to foster creativity, fuel innovative thinking and ignite change by connecting and supporting individual artists and small non-profit organizations within the Calgary community.

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Case Study: Vecova

Vecova is a disability services and research organization connecting disabled individuals with employment opportunity and community involvement. Their multiple social enterprises, including an onsite Recreation Facility and Bottle Recycling Depot, operate as distinct businesses that reflect their social purpose of creating jobs and demonstrating inclusiveness as a successful business practice.

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Case Study: Fireworks Cooperative

Fireworks Cooperative deals in the business of hospitality by providing women and girls who have left or who are at risk of sexual exploitation with life enriching programs and job training opportunities through their non-profit agency Servants Anonymous Society and event space Venu1008.

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Case Study: The Cerebral Palsy Collection Crew

The Cerebral Palsy Collection Crew, by the Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta (CPAA), turns donated used clothing, small household items and recycled bottles into revenue that supports the many programs and services they provide for Albertans affected by cerebral palsy and other disabilities.

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