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Camp Bonaventure

Between Friends Camp Bonaventure *Camp Bonaventure is an Alberta Camping Association Accredited Camp Important Update: We have made the difficult decision to cancel Camp Bonaventure and offer two alternative summer options that are more likely to be able to run safely this summer.  Rec & Respite: We hope to provide small group summer programming that will provide families with fun and much needed relief this summer. These small respite groups would be all day, in-person, and located at safe community sites.  Click HERE for more informationVirtual Options/Opportunities: We are looking into providing virtual opportunities ...

Between Friends I.C.A.N!

Between Friends I.C.A.N!  Inclusive Community Activities with No Barriers Some of our I.C.A.N! and community partners will be offering summer programming in 2020. Please reach out to your Community Engagement Coordinator if you are registered for a community based program. We can share Accessibility Guides, and offer to brainstorm with their staff on ways to ensure an inclusive and accessible environment for all. Between Friends I.C.A.N! services and camps are suitable for Between Friends members who would like to explore community recreation. Members participate independently in community programs. A Between Friends, Recreation Inclusion ...

W.E.S.O.A.R! Programs

Between Friends W.E.S.O.A.R! Programs  Registration for Fall W.E.S.O.A.R! and Vacationers Programming is coming up: Wednesday, September 8 at 9:00 AM!   Please read the W.E.S.O.A.R! Programs COVID-19 Relaunch Plan and the Fall W.E.S.O.A.R! and Adventurers Guide for more details regarding our relaunch plan, program and registration dates, and specific program details.   NOTE: You must have a 2021 Membership prior to registering for our Adult Summer W.E.S.O.A.R! Programs!   If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas regarding any of our W.E.S.O.A.R! Programs, please&nb...

leadership team

Email403 508 0115LinkedInCamp name: Burley Kim Presser, CEO Kim has been involved with Between Friends since 2006, working at Camp Bonaventure and in our W.E.S.O.A.R! Programs before moving into the office in 2008. Kim holds an advanced diploma in Child & Youth Work from Algonquin College in Ottawa, Ontario, a bookkeeping certificate from Chinook Learning Services and has taken several courses in the Not for Profit Management Certificate Program through Mount Royal University. “Between Friends has been with me through my entire adult life. I have had the incredible experience of getting to work alongside my two best friends ...

Employment Opportunities

Join Our Team! At Between Friends, we are unified in our passion to deliver exceptional social and recreational programming for people of all ages with disabilities. Between Friends is a committed team willing to go the extra mile to make a difference in the lives of individuals and throughout our community. Check below for list of existing & future employment opportunities. Between Friends embraces diversity and talent. We offer competitive salaries and wages to attract and retain quality committed employees. Opportunities for personal and professional development are available with an encouraged emphasis on work/life balance. If you would like ...

contact

Individual Donations, Monthly, and Planned Giving Inquires: email | 403 296 0257 Corporate Donations & Sponsorship Inquires: email | 403 508 0116 Media & Marketing Inquiries: email | 403 508 0111 Program Registration Line: email | 403 508 0110 Between Friends 205 8989 Macleod Trail S. Calgary, Alberta T2H 0M2 403 269  9133 info@betweenfriends.ab.ca     General Office Hours Monday to Friday : 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Saturdays/Sundays/Statutory Holidays: Closed Visit us in the Northeast You can also visit us at 1000 Voices in the Genesis Centre - a community and human ...

programs

Between Friends' programs provide unique opportunities for individuals with disabilities to have social interaction with peers who may or may not have a disability. These shared interactions and experiences often become the foundation of understanding and lasting friendships. Social and recreational opportunities provide outlets for self-expression and self-development, promote mental and physical health, improve skills and enhance community participation. These experiences improve participants’ quality of life and also give them a chance to develop a true sense of freedom and independence. program registration information To ...