Our Free Goods Program is Back! The Free Goods Program is fueled by community donations. These donated items are then are provided to Calgarians who don’t otherwise have access to furniture and household goods.
Supported by the Calgary Homeless Foundation, we work with housing-first agencies in Calgary to ensure everyone can make their house a home.
Thank you VERTEX Downhole.
Thank you VERTEX Downhole for your donation of computers and accessories to our CLIC (Computers for Low Income Calgarians) Program. CLIC provides free, refurbished computers to individuals and families in hopes to break down the barriers that prevent anyone living in poverty from access to the technology they need for work, education, and to access affordable housing. We are grateful to VERTEX Downhole for continuing to make that possible.
Thank you TD Bank Group.
Thank you TD Bank Group for your financial contribution designated towards COVID-19 Emergency Response Support to our shelter. This will ensure that people will have the proper protection they need for their jobs while helping Calgary’s move vulnerable people. Your donation exemplifies the kindness and community spirit which ensures the Calgary Drop-In Centre can be more than emergency shelter – we are grateful to TD Bank for continuing to make that possible.
Thank you Bridgeland Distillery.
Thank you to Jacques and Daniel from Bridgeland Distillery who generously donated over 200 individual bottles of hand sanitizer to our emergency shelter. Your donation will ensure that people will have the proper protection they need for their jobs while helping Calgary’s move vulnerable people.
Thank you Leah from Blessed Marie-Rose School.
Thank you to Leah from Blessed Marie-Rose School who did an assignment at school to give back to the community. Leah organized an essential Items donation drive for the DI and dropped off many critical items such as men’s & ladies’ underwear, socks, toothbrushes, toothpaste, Advil, hand sanitizer, razors, blankets, and many more essential items. This donation exemplifies the kindness and community spirit which ensures the Calgary Drop-In Centre can be more than emergency shelter.
Thank you RBC Foundation.
Thank you to the RBC Foundation for your financial contribution to our emergency shelter. Your donation will be designated towards highest priority needs of our clients and our on-going work at the Calgary Drop-In Centre. This gift exemplifies the kindness and community spirit which ensures the DI can be more than emergency shelter.
Thank you to The Bishops’ Storehouse.
Thank you The Bishops’ Storehouse for your donation of 125 litres of canned peaches to our emergency shelter. This gift will ensure that we will be able to continue providing nutritious and healthy snacks to Calgary’s most vulnerable.
Thank you Chandos Construction.
Thank you to Chandos Construction for your financial donation of $5,000, and your PPE donation including 200 litres of hand sanitizer, 80 litres of disinfectant, 2,000 nitrile gloves, 2,000 face masks and 60 pairs of safety glasses. This donation exemplifies the kindness and community spirit which ensures the Calgary Drop-In Centre can be more than emergency shelter – we are grateful to Chandos Construction for continuing to make that possible.
More than emergency shelter.
The Calgary Drop-In Centre (the DI) is more than an emergency shelter. We provide essential care as well as health services, employment training, and housing supports to people who need help. Our programs and services connect people to permanent housing that meets their individual needs.
Rooted in community and fueled by kindness, the DI proudly serves as part of the Homeless-Serving System of Care.
We believe in empowering people to move forward and find home — watch “Chuck’s Story” to learn more.
Every dollar we raise goes to our mission of ending and preventing chronic homelessness and alleviating the effects of poverty.