The Alberta Northern Lights Volunteer Recognition Program is honoured to recognize the volunteers listed here – and grateful for the contributions they’ve made in their communities.
On July 22, she was recognized for building a diverse community and helping newcomers feel welcome.
On July 15, he was recognized for offering legal assistance and knowledge to those unable to access free services at the local courthouse.
On July 8, she was recognized for using her artistic talents to make a big difference in the lives of others.
On June 30, they were recognized for supporting families dealing with a sick child.
On June 24, he was recognized for helping newcomers prepare for the Canadian Citizenship Exam.
On June 17, they were recognized for delivering essential supplies to Calgary’s homeless and advocating for change.
On June 10, they were recognized for making and donating unique personal protective equipment for frontline workers and vulnerable Albertans.
On June 3, she was recognized for using her musical talent to bring joy and support to her community in times of need.
On May 27, they were recognized for helping seniors and others to remain at home, independent, and well-fed.
On May 20, they were recognized for supporting those in need at home and abroad.
On May 13, they were recognized for promoting harmony, understanding and positive relationships among Canada’s many ethnic communities.
On May 6, they were recognized for keeping food on the table for Albertans in need.
Nominate a volunteer
Honour the contributions of an amazing individual or group.
Alberta Northern Lights Volunteer Recognition Program
How to volunteer
For contact information, visit Volunteering during COVID-19.
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