On May 28th, Brother Keith Stevenson presented a cheque for $15,000 to the 2018 TELUS Ride for Dad to help in the fight against prostate cancer. Current statistics say that 1 in 7 men in Canada will be diagnosed with
On April 24, 2018, Terry Parker delivered a donation of $20,000 to Dr. James Shapiro, lead researcher for DRIFCan, as well as DRIFCan board members Ryan Casey, Jack Hubler and Rod McKay. Jack and Rod are Brothers from UA Local
On April 20, Kim Zahara, the Fund Development Coordinator brought the puppy that the BTA Charitable Foundation is sponsoring to the BTA office to receive our donation and to introduce us to Marlee. She (Marlee) is progressing very well with
Robert Taylor, Business Manager for UA Local 488, John White, Business Manager for IBEW Local 424 and Terry Parker, Executive Director for the BTA present a cheque for $10,000 to Cathy from the Make-A-Wish Foundation. That money was used to
Build Together, Women of the Alberta Building Trades would like to extend our most sincere thank-you to you for supporting this year's 3rd annual Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation Curling Bonspiel. It was an absolute success and we couldn't
While the Oil Kings didn't exactly mop up the ice with the Swift Current Broncos - our boys lost 8-0 - James Wiseman from Edmonton managed to do quite well, taking home $7575. Congratulations James, the Charitable Foundation appreciates your
Late in February, the Brothers Dave Estabrooks and Chris Flett presented a cheque to Tina Tetrault of Educare, a pre-school / early intervention provider in Fort McMurray. The team at Educare is launching a Capital Campaign called More than Bricks.
On June 2, the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation hosted its Annual Charity Golf Tournament, in support of Prostate Cancer Canada, at the Edmonton Garrison Memorial Golf & Curling Club. Over 130 golfers and volunteers spent
For the past two years the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation has sponsored the "Steps for Life" Walk, in support of Threads of Life, in Edmonton. Threads of Life is an organization that supports those
Long before our Foundation was formalized in 2001 volunteers were raising money to support diabetes research right here in Edmonton. In the last 15 years we have raised over $2.6 million dollars for diabetes related causes.