Demonstrate their commitment to ADF by:
Known by many as the Shalom Community, L’Arche Edmonton is a not-for-profit association. Formed in 1972, L’Arche Edmonton became the second L’Arche community in Canada. We have a rich history, and continue to respond to the changing needs of our members. Mutual relationships and trust in God are at the heart of our journey. We currently have six L’Arche houses in Edmonton and Sherwood Park and a Day Program where people with and without disabilities live together. We have a Community Centre located in Fulton place where our Day Program administration team work and our community gatherings take place. We are a diverse and multicultural community, and we celebrate the unique gifts of each individual who chooses to live and work with us.L'Arche Association of Edmonton
When it comes to college, academics are the reason why you’re here – but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun while you study! Our unique campus locations have a ton of fun things for students to do during “off” hours.Portage College
With community support and collaboration, Alberta Easter Seals provides resources and services that enhance the quality of life for individuals and their families with disabilities and special needs.Easter Seals Alberta
Is your organization interested in becoming a member of ADF? Membership is open to any non-profit group or organization whose interests are consistent with our mission and values. Member organizations pay an annual membership fee from April to March annually. To apply to become a member of ADF, please complete the 2017-2018 Network Membership Form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leran about the type of membership networks that VAD offers: Voice of Albertans with Disabilities Network Model