What's an NGO?
They come in all shapes and sizes
NGO stands for Non-Government Organization. This means that it is a group that is not part of the government, but that does some of the things that governments do.
Like - help with health care, education, human rights and the providing clean drinking water.
NGOs can be huge - like the Red Cross, or small like - One Child's Village. Either way they play a role in making the world a better place to live.
Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace Educating Canadians on Climate Change
The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace is committed to climate change. Now they are getting Canadians talking and taking action...Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and
Feb 10, 2016
A Calgary hockey team shows real strength by honouring a teammate's friend and raising money for kids with cancer to go to camp.Kids Cancer Care
Jan 01, 2016
The Power of Meeting Together
Support for a community in need comes in many ways. Hands at Work caregivers believe that to transform a community, the caregivers need to support on...Hands at Work in Africa
Dec 31, 2015
Canadian Humanitarian is a non-religious, non-political, registered Canadian Charity. We are dedicated to assisting disadvantaged children, their families and communities break free from the cycle of ...
Doctors Without Borders
Doctors Without Borders serves the communities where medical aid is most needed. They work independently and their mission is to always remain neutral in areas of conflict.
Ghost River Rediscovery
Educating, inspiring and empowering young people through Indigenous ways of knowing, with respect and honour for the natural world, for themselves and for all people.
Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society
The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society is a non-profit charitable organization the rescues and rehabilitates orphaned and injured wildlife.
Trout Unlimited Canada
Trout Unlimited Canada is a science-based, national charitable conservation organization. We were founded in 1972 in response to challenges to freshwater fisheries.
- Ainembabazi Children’s Project
- Alberta Wilderness Association
- Calgary Food Bank
- Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society
- Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and
- Canadian Humanitarian
- CAUSE Canada
- Change for Children
- Doctors Without Borders
- Education Beyond Borders
- Ghost River Rediscovery
- Hands at Work in Africa
- John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights
- Kids Cancer Care
- Kids Go Global
- Light Up The World
- Mennonite Central Committee Alberta
- One Child’s Village
- Save A Child’s Heart
- Trout Unlimited Canada