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October 26, 2018 - the Promise of Home Gala

As the population of Edmonton seniors continues to grow, and the average income for seniors decreases, there is a significant need for more advanced, affordable and home-like care options. While more seniors are choosing to stay in their own homes, too often they are not able to stay healthy, live safely, and confidently access their surrounding amenities and services. Furthermore, when it comes time for end-of-life care, seniors in Edmonton – and their families - have limited options. Dementia is another growing concern for present and future generations of seniors, currently with over 40% of residents (over 135 residents) living with Alzheimer’s or other cognitive impairment at Canterbury Foundation.

As part of this advancement, and a key part of our upcoming Capital Project, amongst many others, one of the key focuses is the development of a strong Community Outreach Program. We see, first hand, the benefit every day of having a Social worker and most recently, a Chaplain on site. We see the difference in residents that are fighting many issues related to aging; social isolation, anxiety, depression, transition issues, and many more. Our Outreach Program team places a strong emphasis on ensuring their services are accessible and experienced by all.  As such, we are looking to develop funding for this program and the services it provides through our fourth Annual Promise of Home Gala, presented by Stuart Olson.

We are thrilled to share that online ticket sales are NOW AVAILABLE!


Please click HERE to purchase tickets and learn more about sponsor and partnership opportunities!

 

For more information on Partnership Opportunities and Tickets to the 2018 Promise of Home Gala, please click HERE to download our Sponsorship Package.  

Please contact Katie Schneider, Community Relations Lead at 780-930-5581 or katies@canterburyfoundation.com if you have any questions!