This funding has helped me to further my academic career, which I am very passionate about.
Welcome to "Your Community Matters" for March 2019, where we provide updates and information from the Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta.
Famed American documentary photographer Dorthea Lange once said, “The camera is the instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.”
A world of possibilities opens up each week for those taking part in the Peace Area Riding for the Disabled Society (PARDS) Equine Assisted Therapy programs, thanks in part to funding through the Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta.
Kylie Nikiforuk has been making great strides in her career as a nurse since graduating from Grande Prairie Regional College/University of Alberta Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in 2015.
The McDonald family loves community and our region. Whether it’s taking advantage of the remarkable trails and greenspace with a family hike, camping or skiing in the nearby mountains or visiting with family and friends, the McDonalds call Grande Prairie …
As a founding member of the Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta, we have supported them since its inception. We are creating the Diane and Fletcher Bootle Family Fund to invest in the community which has been good to us since …
Helping others during their time of need and grieving has been the focus of the Tiny Hands of Hope Society since 2013.
For many people native to Grande Prairie, Paul Pivert is a familiar and beloved name.