AMP Welcomes Two New Partners – July 2014

AMP is excited to share that the following organizations have joined as Partners this month:

Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association

Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association - CIWA
Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association (CIWA) was established in 1982 as a non-profit organization to address the needs and concerns of immigrant and refugee women, youth, children and families. CIWA currently offers 36 programs, including two with a specific focus on mentoring. Empowered to Achieve is a girls’ group mentoring project that helps immigrant girls (ages 9-13), including those who are Canadian citizens, gain the skills and knowledge that will enable them to make healthy decisions, develop positive relationships, and actively engage in the community. The Youth Mentorship Program is a girls one-on-one mentoring program which enhances intercultural understanding and provides youth (ages 12-29) with opportunities for personal growth and community involvement through one-on-one mentorship and interactive group sessions.

Youth Unlimited Edmonton

Youth Unlimited Edmonton - yue
Youth Unlimited invests in the lives of Edmonton teens by providing holistic care, mentoring relationships, safe communities and opportunities to thrive. The vision of Youth Unlimited Edmonton is to be a major influence of every young person in the Edmonton area. This influence involves helping youth to explore their rich potential and discover hope for their future and for their communities. Working with teens from every background, Youth Unlimited initiatives include teen mom programs, running youth events, recreational clubs, feeding programs, drop-ins, & much more.