The Freedom to Care Act and its associated Alberta government programming aim to remove barriers for the province’s non-profits and support their key role in the delivery of important programs and services. At its heart, the Act empowers non-profits and their volunteers by providing them with more support to address their communities’ needs by:
- making it easier for non-profits to navigate exemptions to their organizations within the government’s regulatory environment
- providing individual volunteers with liability protections
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