24-Hour Family Violence Helpline

403.234.SAFE (7233)  

Events

"My son and I are no longer afraid and have started a new chapter."

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The Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter understands the role that everyone in our community shares in keeping our city safe and our family violence programs sustainable. In collaboration with other stakeholders, we have developed a Community Engagement Strategy to ensure that we stay focused on our mission to end family violence and abuse in Calgary.

In addition to fundraising events, and collaborative awareness events such as Family Violence Prevention Month each November, the Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter makes every effort to promote education and awareness about family violence and abuse within the community of Calgary.

 

Ongoing Events

 

Taza Collections

 

Buy a bracelet and make an impact! 20% of all sales from four different bracelets in this collection will support our agency. Each bracelet was created by the daughter of the Taza Collection owner, and are beautifully crafted and unique. For more information: www.tazacollections.com.

 

Write a Letter - Win a House

 

A resident of Millarville, AB is holding a contest in which entrants can write a letter and pay a $25 entry fee and they will have a chance to win her house. 5% of the proceeds will be donated to the Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter. For more information and how to enter Click Here.

 

The Uncommon Woman Gala'ry
June 25, 2019

 A growing gallery of moving and evocative black and white images that share stories of healing from The Uncommon Woman Tribe. Enjoy an exclusive viewing with snacks and beverages while supporting the Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter. Visit their website for more info. 

For information about Hosting an Event on our behalf, go to the Host an Event section of our website. 

Client Testimonials

My time at the Shelter kept me from harm. It also gave me the hope I thought I had lost. 

~ Jan

 
It’s still amazing to me that such a simple step as one phone call could so dramatically change a person’s life.

~ Catherine

 
After 50 years of marriage I didn’t want to leave him, but now I know how to keep myself safe in my own home.

~May

 
It felt great to break the silence. I told my counsellor things about my marriage that I have never told anyone because I felt so ashamed.

~ Sierra

 

 

 

24-Hour Family Violence Helpline
403.234.SAFE (7233)
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