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Flood Relief Donation Drive for the Siksika Nation

Come help in a disaster that has affected us all here in Calgary. We are organizing a drive on Tuesday, June 25th to help Flood Victims on our neighbouring Siksika First Nations. Drop off donations at Prince of Wales School.

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Flood Relief Donation Drive for the Siksika Nation


On Tuesday June 25th, we were planning to hold a ‘Carnival for the Cause’ event to support a number of important causes and non-profit organizations. However in light of the school closures, parent volunteers and Prince of Wales staff are holding a drive for our neighbouring community of Siksika First Nations, who have been affected by the Calgary flooding of last week.
Please drop off donations to the gymnasium. See project details for what items are badly needed.

  • Full Project Summary

    There will be a team of teachers and parents accepting your donations at Prince of Wales School from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM.  Please bring your donations to the gymnasium where they will be sorted and/or loaded directly into a trailer headed to the residents of the Siksika Nation.

    In conversation with the Siksika First Nations community, they indicated that they are accepting donations for their residents with an emphasis on a few items that are desperately needed.

    They DO NEED: canned food items, diapers, personal care items (toothbrushes/toothpaste, soap, towels, combs, brushes, shampoo), blankets, socks and pet food.

    Please DO NOT SEND: used clothing, used toys and any household items as the residents do not have homes to put them in yet.

  • Project Outcome

    We will be helping the Siksika First Nations with food, blankets and personal care needs in their time of crisis.

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    • Lives Affected100,000
    • Total Cost$ 5,000
    • CountryCanada
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