Inclusive. Forward-looking. Fair. Creative. Community. Safe. Green. Fun.
There’s no end of words to describe what we want our communities and country to be. But there’s one word that sums it all up. Vital. The vitality of our communities, or community vitality, is something community foundations care about a great deal. Community vitality is the unique spirit that flourishes when people believe their community holds possibilities for everyone. And it can be measured by how well people’s needs are being met: from our most basic needs—sustenance, shelter, health care, safety—to those that give quality to life, such as places and opportunities to play, learn and create opportunities to play, learn and create.
Community Foundations take tax
receipted gifts, and pool the funds to
create a permanent legacy, by which the
original principal of the gifts remain
intact, and the investment income earned
on the prinipal is donated to charities
meeting the needs of the community.
The Airdrie & District Community Foundation was established as a Community Foundation on September 1, 2012.
Board of Directors
- Chair - Dale Rathgeber
Chair - Crystal Adamo
- Cindy Savitsky
- Brenda Lewis
- Fred Burley
- Milt Brandson
- Reg Hihn
- Director - Rod Allen
- Ron Simon
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- Director - Kelly Boudreau
- Director - Cameron Christianson
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