We are pleased to share with you the recipients of donations & grants in 2018. We encourage you to look up these organizations and see the great work that they do.
|Athabasca Good Samaritan Ministries Association||$10,000|
|Calgary Food Bank||$10,000|
|Centre of Hope Fort McMurray||$10,000|
|Edmonton’s Food Bank||$10,000|
|Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital- Pediatrics||$30,000|
|Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital- Pediatrics||$6,250|
|Hinton Food Bank||$10,000|
|Hope Mission Calgary||$10,000|
|Hope Mission Edmonton||$10,000|
|Hope Mission Red Deer||$10,000|
|Hope Mission Wetaskiwin||$10,000|
|Irma and District School Enhancement Society||$20,000|
|Lethbridge Food Bank||$10,000|
|Motorcycles Ride Against Cancer||$25,000|
|Red Deer Food Bank||$10,000|
|Ride for Dad||$15,000|
|Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation||$10,000|
|Secord Community League||$65,000|
|Smoky Lake Food Bank||$10,000|
|The Alberta Lung Association||$10,000|
|University Hospital Foundation||$50,000|
|Veterans Association Food Bank||$10,000|
|Wainwright Battle River Food Bank||$10,000|
|Wood Buffalo Food Bank||$10,000|
|Workers’ Resource Center||$2,000|
All donation requests are evaluated by the Board according to the following criteria:
- Does this organization/activity positively impact Albertans or provide a community benefit?
- Does this organization/activity have the potential to assist or meaningfully impact the lives of our members?
- Is this request project driven?
- Is the group a Registered Charity, incorporated under the Societies act or have non-profit status?
- Is this group operating within the confines of a set annual budget?
- Have a defined use of donation? Specific dollar amount of request?
The charitable foundation has given over $7.6 million dollars to charity. Major gifts are often the result of long-term partnerships.
A Few Thank Yous
Our Community Space allows people to escape the cold, grab a coffee and snack, and make meaningful connections. The redevelopment of our space would not have been possible without generous donors like @BuildingTradeAB. THANK YOU for supporting community transformation and growth! pic.twitter.com/20CHJc7hIn— Bissell Centre (@BissellCentre) September 28, 2018
Huge congratulations to United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 488 apprentice Casey O’Gorman, who won the 2019 John Tackaberry Leadership Award at BTA's convention on Sept. 17 in Jasper, AB. John Tackaberry Future Leaders Award The Building Trades of
On April 25th, Terry Parker the Executive Director of the Building Trades of Alberta and the President of the Charitable Foundation presented a cheque alongside Delanee Daviau, the Foundation Coordinator, for $50,000.00 to the University Hospital Foundation - Brain
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On April 15, the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation presented a cheque for $65,000 to the Secord Community League. This money was raised through the John Tackaberry Memorial Golf Tournament and will be used to help the Secord
April 6th Home Stretch Fundraiser for the Irma School Expansion At this event, the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation, represented by Delanee Daviau, Foundation Coordinator, presented a cheque for $20,000.00 to assist the Irma and District School