The Calgary Foundation set up a page for local charities to share their specific needs at this time. Visit the site to see how you can help and how to connect directly with the charity. calgaryfoundation.org
Businesses that have closed can donate any surplus cleaning supplies to a WINS thrift store or the donation centre. They will be used to keep those stores running and surplus supplies with be distributed to local agencies in need. womeninneed.net
The local digital marketing training program has a scholarship fund for businesses of 50 employees or less that will give them access to a virtual learning program that teaches social media marketing. Applications are open until March 26. socialschool.io
BB4CK provides school lunches to kids who need it. With no school in session, it has created a Response Fund that will offer grocery gift card funding directly the the families it serves. Learn more and donate at bb4ck.org.
Until April 15, the store will deliver a care package free of charge with essential food items to those uner quaranteen. Visit calgarycoop.com for more details.
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