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Accessible Housing

Our Vision: Everyone has a home and belongs in community.
Our Mission: We open doors to homes that are accessible and affordable for people with limited mobility.
Our Values:
Compassion: genuine caring that motivates our response to the needs of others.
Community: working together to create spaces of belonging.
Leadership: the capacity to transform vision into reality.
Empowerment: taking responsibility to see what is possible and make it happen.

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Acoustic Music Society of Calgary

The home of the Nickelodeon, now in it's 37th year, is the Crescent Heights Community Hall, 1101 – 2nd Street NW in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is located in Crescent Heights Park at the corner of Second Street and Eleventh Avenue NW. The Nickelodeon is a volunteer-operated, non-profit organization. The Nick was founded in 1980 by the members of what would become the Nick house band, Plug Nickel and their friends. Plug Nickel was initially comprised of Bob de Wolff, Al Williams, Don Gowan, J.P.Huang and Barb Herbutt.

The Nick was the fourth volunteer-run folk club to be established in Calgary after the Calgary Folk Club, Rocky Mountain Folk Club and Saturday Night Special. The intention of our founders was to include a broader selection of performers and musical genres in the Nick line-up, hence the name Nickelodeon Music Club.

The first Nick concert took place at the Ramsay Community Hall on January 19, 1980 featuring houseband Plug Nickel, Edmonton swing band Fat Chants and guitar wizard, Bob Evans. That first “season” presented 7 concerts and among others, featured the debut of Connie Kaldor, Ken Hamm and David Essig to the Calgary folk club scene.

The legal name of The Nick is The Acoustic Music Society of Calgary.

Notes: the address given in an earlier question is the Crescent Heights Community Centre. We rent space for the 12 concerts held annually. Also, the number of 193 people that we serve is the maximum # of patrons that can attend each of the 12 concerts.

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Action Coalition on Human Trafficking Alberta Association (ACT) Alberta

ACT Alberta in Calgary brings together law enforcement, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations to identify and respond to human trafficking. ACT Alberta addresses the needs of trafficked men, women and children and addresses both international and internal trafficking, for labour and sexual exploitation. ACT Alberta undertakes a variety of activities around research, education and training, advocacy, agency collaboration and victim assistance

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Afrikadey! Arts & Culture Society

Afrikadey! shares the rich, creative work of African cultures, from this continent and throughout the diaspora, with Canadians of all ages and from all walks of life. We create and stage events that bring these artists' traditions to vibrant, joyous life for audiences who might not otherwise get to experience it all.

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Airdrie and District Victim Assistance

Airdrie and District Victim Assistance Society provides 24 hour, 7 days a week, crisis intervention to victims of crime and/or tragedy. The Society provides Court preparation, accompaniment and follow-up services. Information, support and referral are provided to victims of crime.

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