Calgary John Howard Society

Organization Type: Social & Community Services
Address: 1000-4502 Builders Road SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G4C6
Contact: Brianna Macleod
Website: https://www.cjhs.ca/

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The Calgary John Howard Society (CJHS) is a charity that reduces crime and makes Calgary communities safer by helping youth and adults make positive changes and move away from criminal behaviour. We do this by addressing the root causes of crime through housing, education, employment programs and support so that individuals have alternatives to breaking the law. CJHS is committed to restorative justice and an organizational environment that recognizes the dignity and worth of each person. CJHS values diversity and inclusion and welcomes qualified applicants from all walks of life.


Calgary John Howard Society’s Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Tutor

Organization: Calgary John Howard Society
Category: Social and Community Service
Description: The Literacy and Learning Program is a free service that offers individuals the opportunity to improve literacy and/or computer skills. The program is for men and women aged 18+ who are …Read More

Financial Empowerment Program Volunteer

Organization: Calgary John Howard Society
Category: Social and Community Service
Description: The Financial Empowerment & Money Matters program encompasses three facets of service delivery to assist criminally involved and at-risk adults to better understand the concepts of …Read More

​INDIGENOUS YOUTH MENTOR​

Organization: Calgary John Howard Society
Category: Social and Community Service
Description: The Calgary John Howard Society, Indigenous Youth Mentoring Program provides a unique mentoring experience by offering one-on-one, group and peer mentoring. Indigenous youth will be matched …Read More

Keegan HELP Fund Volunteer

Organization: Calgary John Howard Society
Category: Social and Community Service
Description: The Keegan HELP (Hope Education Learning Progressing) Fund (“HELP fund”) provides financial assistance for marginalized youth ages 12-24 so they can advance their opportunities for education …Read More
The true way to soften one’s troubles is to solace those of others.
Madame De Maintenon

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1000-4502 Builders Road SE, Calgary, Alberta T2G4C6

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