CNCA News:

  • CNCA was greatly touched by "The 2010 Haiti earthquake of magnitude 7.0 Mw earthquake", which caused widespread devastation and damage throughout Port-au-Prince and elsewhere in Haiti. CNCA donated $1000 to Canadian Red Cross towards Haiti Earthquake Relief fund in January 2010. (updated: 14 May, 2010)
  • CNCA received $1275.28 as matching fund for member donations from Alberta Government's Community Spirit Donation Grant Program 2010. The goal of the Community Spirit Program is to increase individual charitable giving to help support Alberta's non-profit and charitable organizations. The program is donor-driven, meaning it recognizes and encourages Albertans to support their favourite organizations. Money received from Albertans stay in Alberta to support Alberta-based non-profit and charitable organizations. CNCA expresses gratitude for this support from the Government of Alberta as well as all the individual community member donors. (updated: 14 May, 2010)
  • CNCA, in the spirit of X-mas and New Year 2010, donated $500 to the Calgary Herald Christmas Fund and $200 to the Mustard Seed Street Ministry (http://www.theseed.ca/). The Calgary Herald Fund will be used to support 14 charities.  Acknowledgment to CNCA donation was made in the daily’s new year 2010 edition. The Mustard Seed is a non-profit Christian humanitarian organization that has been caring for Calgary's homeless for over 24 years. Calgary Herald Cutout:
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  • CNCA has raised $735.00 for Shushila Care and Service Center, http://www.shushilacare.org.np which was established and founded by CNCA member Mr. Bhuwan Parajuli since 2003 that currently supports 12 orphans.
  • CNCA raised an additional $550 for the orphanage, through CNCA member’s donations.”
  • CNCA received matching fund for member donations from Alberta Government's Community Spirit Donation Grant Program 2009. This amount was $1610.00. The goal of the Community Spirit Program is to increase individual charitable giving to help support Alberta's non-profit and charitable organizations.The program is donor-driven, meaning it recognizes and encourages Albertans to support their favourite organizations. Monies received from Albertans stay in Alberta to support Alberta-based non-profit and charitable organizations.CNCA expresses gratitude for this support from the Government of Alberta as well as all the individual community member donors.




 
 

 


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