HOPE worldwide Canada

Calgary Chapter

As one of the newest HOPE worldwide Canada chapters, we are excited and ready to bring hope and change lives in our community!!

Calgary’s chapter is made up of a diverse group of volunteers from all over Canada and the world, and we are looking to provide a variety of services throughout Calgary. Some of the projects we focused on in our first year include:

  • Community Clean-up programs, painting fences and planting community gardens;
  • Supporting long-term
  • Fundraising to serve at the Centers of HOPE Philippines;
  • Supporting Calgary Food Bank in it’s mission to fight hunger (moving an average of 5 1/2 tons of food and impacting 750 families each shift); and
  • Providing hope by adopting families, delivering food hampers and bringing moments of joy to people in hospital or away from their families during special holidays, like Christmas.

Our fundraising will help support these programs and as we grow our Chapter we will expand our services to other programs throughout Calgary and HOPE Centers around the world. Come volunteer with us!


Cicely Patrick, Chapter Director for Calgary

Cicely has spent the last 5 years in the non-profit industry, working full time for Calgary Health Trust and volunteering on Committees for a variety of other non-profit organizations. She is passionate about supporting the community and believe that every day brings an opportunity to make someone’s life better. She was inspired to start the Calgary Chapter after attending the REACH conference in St Louis and discussing Youth Core opportunities with her daughter, who has also joined Calgary’s Advisory Committee.

Cicely brings her fundraising and leadership experience to the Calgary Chapter and is excited to make a difference and to inspire others to use their time, talent and treasure to do the same.


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