RunWild Charity Organizations

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100% of the profits raised by Leading Edge Physiotherapy RunWild go directly to two charities: Zebra Child Protection Centre and the St. Albert Seniors Association. We feel these are very important organizations to support and we hope that you can help us reach our 2017 goal of raising $100,000.  In our first six years we have raised over $365,000.

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Zebra Child Protection Centre

Edmonton’s Zebra Child Protection Centre, the first centre of its kind in Canada, enables our community to respond to child abuse with a professional,
compassionate and highly integrated program of healing and justice.

The centre integrates a multi-disciplinary community of professionals—Edmonton Police Service, Alberta Children’s Services, Crown Prosecutors, Child at Risk Response Teams, medical and trauma screening professionals and volunteer advocates—in a child centred environment that nurtures the abused child and uses
all the wisdom of its partnership to see that justice is done. The multi-disciplinary
team allows for streamlined, thorough and expert investigations, interventions, prosecutions and supports. Through their own resources as well as alliances within the community, Zebra provides children and their non-offending parents and guardians with essential social, medical and mental health services and supports.

 

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The St. Albert Seniors Association is a gathering place, a resource/referral centre, and recreational and arts program facility for seniors age 50 plus in St. Albert. The St. Albert Seniors Association is a gathering place, a resource/referral centre, and recreational and arts program facility for seniors age 50 plus in St. Albert and surrounding areas. The existing membership is over 930 strong. Programs and services extend far into the community through collaboration with the City of St.Albert, FCSS, other non-profit agencies, schools, seniors facilities and community organizations.

Albert and surrounding areas. The existing membership is over 930 strong. Programs and services extend far into the community through collaboration with the City of St.Albert, FCSS, other non-profit agencies, schools, seniors facilities and community organizations.