Better Futures

Make a Big-time Difference

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Over 20 years, more than $40 billion has been given to over 8,000 Alberta charities supporting a huge range of great programs across the province. This means that revenue earned through gaming, liquor and cannabis in Alberta is used for the benefit of Albertans and the communities where they live.

Who Benefits?

Everybody in Alberta. When organizations receive support, we can do great things together. Through our mandate, we’re working towards a better future.  A stronger, safer and more vibrant province for all Albertans.

Take a look below at just some of the organizations who benefit from AGLC’s revenue. We are so proud to be able to work with and help Albertans, whether it is funding for in-school and out of school programs, food banks or providing funding for hospitals, roads and schools.

Thank you for your support in making Alberta a province we are all proud of.

Are you a charitable organization?

You could receive funding through charitable gaming and liquor initiatives. It’s easy! Just answer a couple questions and in 150 words or less let us know how your organization plays an amazing part in the overall quality of life in Alberta.

Submit your story

Charity Stories

Wood Buffalo Food Bank

The Wood Buffalo Food Bank provides the resources and education necessary to ensure food security for all in the Regional Municipality.

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Voices of Albertans with Disabilities

Voices of Albertans with Disabilities is dedicated to promoting policies, programs and procedures for all individuals with disabilities.

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Special Olympics of Alberta

Special Olympics Alberta is dedicated to enriching the lives of people with an intellectual disability through sport.

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Search and Rescue Dogs Association of Alberta

SARDAA trains and deploys search dog teams for use by police agencies.

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Hope Haven

Hope Haven is an emergency and second stage shelter for women and children fleeing domestic violence.

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Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta works in eight communities bringing people and communities together through affordable home ownership.

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Dreams Take Flight

Dreams Take Flight is dedicated to providing the trip-of-a-lifetime to medically, mentally, socially or emotionally challenged children.

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Canadian Native Friendship Centre Association

The Lac La Biche Canadian Native Friendship Centre Association serves the communities of Lac La Biche County and surrounding areas.

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Calgary Meals on Wheels

Calgary Meals on Wheels is a leader in providing healthy, locally made meals to the city of Calgary 365 days a year.

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Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC)

AIWC serves the needs of Alberta’s diverse wildlife in Calgary and southern Alberta.

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