Pathfind is proud to support the Alberta chapter of KidSport, an national non-profit organization that provides families with financial assistance for their children’s sports registration fees. We believe all kids should have the opportunity to experience the lifelong benefits of sport, and are working to help the 1/3 Canadian families who currently cannot afford the costs of sport. All funds raised in Alberta stay in Alberta to help local kids play sports in their community.

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Pathfind proudly partners with The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation to retain the best talent too support it as it advances forward.The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation raises funds to advance children’s health care at the Stollery, giving kids anywhere in the world the best chance to live a long and healthy life. Through donor’s generosity, funds give the best equipment and facilities, programs, training and research to keep the Stollery world-class in delivering specialized paediatric care.

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Little Warriors raises awareness of child sexual abuse, educates adults to help prevent it and provides treatment to children at the Be Brave Ranch.

As an organization that receives no government funding, Little Warriors relies on the ongoing generosity of compassionate donors, and Pathfind is proud to be one of them. We have supported the Be Brave Luncheon, participated and sponsosed the Little Warriors golf tournament and assisted in recruiting the best candidates for the organization.

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Pathfind is proud to support Kids with Cancer to obtain the best talent as they move forward.

Who we serve
The Kids With Cancer Society strongly believes that comprehensive family centered programs are essential to effectively treat children with cancer.

In order to meet the needs of the whole child and their families from the time of diagnosis, through out treatment, survivorship and beyond, programs are developed that address the support, clinical and research needs of our children.

To support kids with cancer, visit: http://kidswithcancer