Challenge Poverty YYC

We're challenging Calgarians to change the way you think and feel about poverty in our city. It begins by learning more about the people affected and the issues they face. Understanding our neighbours: that's the road to lasting change.

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Enough For AllWhy We're Here

We want to end poverty in Calgary. Sounds simple. It's not. Everyone needs to work together to make sure that poverty becomes a thing of the past. Enough for All is working towards a future Calgary where every person is empowered to participate in our city and can thrive.

What's The Big Idea?

Enough for all is working to reduce poverty in Calgary.

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Hear from those who know

I'm Julie

Julie Van Rosendaal, food writer, cookbook author, and columnist on the Calgary Eyeopener on CBC Radio, met with Rebecca, a Calgarian, volunteer and advocate for food security. They are both strong supporters of families and communities in Calgary.

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I’m Mike

Mike Morrison, a writer, blogger, and activist, met with Nigel, a community partner and advocate for the homeless community. They are both vocal activists and strong proponents for social inclusion.

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I’m Elyse

Elyse Bouvier, a photographer and artist, met with Margaret, a registered social worker and facilitator who works with low income individuals.

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I’m Neil

Neil Zeller, voted Calgary's best photographer in 2018, met with Miriam, a community partner who shared her story about overcoming homelessness. Neil and Miriam discovered they both have a passion for focusing on 'pure positivity'.

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I’m George

George Brookman, a businessman and volunteer, met with Pamela an Indigenous community partner who is an advocate for education, wellness and volunteering. George and Pamela discovered that they both share a desire for giving back to the community and helping those in need.

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Join us. Let's Make Sure There's Enough For All.

"Enough for All is Calgary’s community-driven poverty reduction strategy. 1 in 10 Calgarians are living in poverty. Everyone needs to work together to make sure that poverty becomes a thing of the past."
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"Enough for All is working towards a future Calgary where every person is empowered to participate in the community and can thrive."
- Enough for All Calgary

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