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By supporting ABC Head Start, your donation will give children the skills they need to be successful in their educational journey and support families to transition out of poverty, become healthy and self-reliant.  

Our priority is to find new and creative ways to reduce our wait lists and support vulnerable children and families.  

Help us realize this vision and strengthen our communities.

 

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Literacy Backpack Day is fast approaching on June 22, 2018. This event is about supporting children and their families in neighbourhoods across Edmonton.

How can you help?

  • Provide the tools to fill the Literacy Backpacks and Family Care Pack (see list of items.)
  • Organize a drive in your community or business to collect the items.
  • Provide a monetary donation to go towards the purchase of the items.  Donate using a credit card below or mail a cheque to ABC Head Start Society - 9829 -103 Street, Edmonton, AB T5K 0X9.
  • Volunteer to pack and distribute the items.

Contact Christi to get involved at giving@abcheadstart.org.

 

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ABC Head Start is a Registered Charity. Charitable registration # 137044962RR0001

*PLEASE NOTE: Donations will be proccessed in Canadian dollars. Please ensure you provide accurate address and contact information. In accordance with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) receipt/s will only be issued to an original donor (name, address).

For further information- http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/chrts-gvng/menu-eng.html

If you have any questions about donations, receipts or letters of acknowledgement, please contact Christi Lein, Development & Stakeholder Relations Manager at: giving@abcheadstart.org

Every dollar matters. By supporting ABC Head Start you will give children the skills they need to be successful in their educational journey and support families to transition out of poverty, become healthy and self-reliant. Donate to ABC Head Start today and start making a difference in the lives of children, families and our communities.

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