Give a child a gift!

Did you know that the Women’s Centre hosts a toy room for women and children? Every December our volunteers wrap and give out toys for girls and boys ages newborn-18, and they also give out gifts for women. We need your help! With other local toy programs closing, we are expecting an even greater demand

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Bridgeland Invite

Women in Bridgeland Event

Are you a woman currently living in Bridgeland? Please join us for an exciting “mix-and-mingle” community event that will bring together women and neighbours in Bridgeland to connect, make new friends and learn more about the Women’s Centre of Calgary.   Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Time: 5:30-7:00 pm Location: Women’s Centre – 646 1st

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Herstory & Poverty

October hosts an array of awareness themes, weeks and days but two that are most relevant to the Women Centre’s current “Work for Change” work are Women’s History Month and the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on October 17. During Women’s History Month we will take time to reflect upon women in our

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Give a child a gift

Give a child a gift

Meet Ty! He is only three years old and he came into the Women’s Centre today with his mom to donate the first toy of the season to our upcoming holiday Toy Room. Every December the Women’s Centre of Calgary hosts a Toy Room for mothers and children in need. In 2010, our volunteers gave

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Food for thought

Food for thought

Food and cooking have always been a natural way for women to build community and bond. The Women’s Centre has recently launched a new series of Inter-cul­tural Cooking and Women’s Issues workshops. These unique work­shops offer women the opportunity to cook (and eat) a dish from a dif­ferent country while learning about women in that

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Launching Our New Website

The Women’s Centre of Calgary is launching a new website in order to engage supporters, build community and provide a better overview of the Centre’s efforts to support women in Calgary. “We are so excited to have our supporter use our revamped website this fall. We hope the new website will become an important information

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