Video animation and production donated by Jessie Mead
The Calgary Police Youth Foundation has a short and impactful history in the Calgary community, beginning with supporting the establishment of the Child Advocacy Centre in 2011. Today’s organisation continues to prioritise the safety and well-being of Calgary’s children and youth by funding six crime prevention, education, intervention Programs delivered by the Calgary Police Service and other community partners, including Alberta Health Services and City of Calgary, Calgary Neighbourhoods.
Our Promise: A Brighter Future for All Youth
- Focus on Core Business
- Practice Fiscal Discipline
- Stabilize Revenue Streams
- Increase Number of Donors
- Foster Strong Relationships with Individuals, Corporate and Community Partners
- Enhance Communications and Marketing
Business Plan Objectives:
- Collaboration and alignment of efforts across child-youth agencies
- Calgary youth have timely access to crime prevention, education, and early intervention resources
- Children accessing CPYF funded Programs demonstrate good citizenship, are mentally and emotionally strong, and are responsible digital citizens
- Safety of all children and youth in Calgary is a top priority
- Initiatives targeting Indigenous youth are implemented
- CPYF Program support is based on evidence-based research and evaluation
Scott is eighteen years old and entered the Youth At Risk Development program at age 16. When joining the program, Scott recognized that he had not been making good life decisions and that a change...
When Giovanni moved to Calgary four years ago from Brandon, Manitoba, he began attending Patrick Airlie Elementary School, one of two schools in Calgary supported by the ISSP program. While at...
This year’s ISSP Chief Youth Courage Award recipient is Dylan, a grade five student at Holy Trinity Elementary School. When ISSP and MASST first began working with Dylan, he had difficultly building...