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This is where we highlight some of the organizations who benefit from AGLC revenue.

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Charity Stories

Prairie Tractor & Engine Museum Society

Prairie Tractor & Engine Museum annually hosts close to 1000 grade one to three children through their school program.

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Elmer Elson Parent Fundraising Society

The Elmer Elson Parent Fundraising Society raises money that goes towards their small town's elementary school.

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Connect Society

Founded in 1963, Connect Society exists to strengthen connections among Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people.

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Central Alberta Humane Society

The Central Alberta Humane Society is an adoption Centre dedicated to the re-homing of unwanted, abandoned and stray companion animals.

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Distress Centre Calgary

Distress Centre Calgary (DCC) has provided 24 hour crisis support in Calgary and southern Alberta since 1970. 

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Wood Buffalo Food Bank

Keeping the tables of Wood Buffalo citizens full.

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Smoky Lake Agricultural Society

The Smoky Lake Ag Society is a group of hard-working volunteers who tirelessly strive to maintain the local arena and community hall.

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Canmore & Area Health Care Foundation

The Canmore & Area Health Care Foundation supports the Canmore General Hospital by providing charitable financial resources.

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Canadian Ski Patrol - Calgary Zone

The Canadian Ski Patrol develops standards and trains volunteers who provide first aid and ski patrolling services areas throughout Canada.

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Simon House Recovery Centre

The Simon House Recovery Hous gives men in Calgary get a new lease on life through treatment and inclusion.

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