Together, Let’s End Poverty in Calgary

Enough for All is working to make poverty history in Calgary. It aims to ensure that Calgary is a strong, supportive and inclusive community, where everyone has sufficient income and assets to thrive, where all Indigenous people are equal participants in Calgary's future.

Learn about the experiences of poverty in each community in Calgary in our Poverty Profiles, understand more about Calgary's living wage, and check out the Let's Talk Poverty podcast to explore the root causes of poverty in our city and how we can come together to make changes that matter.

Our Approach

The Risk of Homelessness

“How did this happen?” It’s what every Calgarian at risk of homelessness asks themselves. It's never one thing and the reasons may surprise you. Challenges layer on top of challenges, until the hope of staying in your home is lost.

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Poverty statistics in Calgary's communities

What do you think of when you hear the word poverty? Do you picture unhoused people living in shelters or on the street, or tiny run-down apartments in neglected neighbourhoods, or people waiting in line at a food bank? Poverty has many faces and it exists in every community in Calgary, and often, it's hidden in the least likely places. That's why we started publishing Poverty Profiles.


Change Requires All of Us

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.

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E4A in Action

Advancing Enough for All

With affordability and inflation top of mind for many in 2022, VCC continued work advocating, educating and mobilizing

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