A Dollar Can Go A Long Way!

In 1991, the Calgary Educational Partnerships Foundation (CEPF) was established as a registered not-for-profit organization to provide support for the students and teachers in Calgary and the surrounding area. Over the years, CEPF’s influence broadened – so much so that in 2016, during its 25th Anniversary year, the organization changed its name to The Educational Partnership Foundation (TEPF).

For 27 years, TEPF has been making a positive impact on the lives of students by playing a key role in creating relevant partnerships between the business community and educators to create and deliver strong educational initiatives that encourage engaged citizenship.

If you are passionate about education and the future of Alberta then please donate to the Educational Partnership Foundation. We support over 700,000 students in Alberta by delivering literacy, environment and trades programs.

REFUNDS AND CANCELLATIONS: As a registered Canadian Charity refunds or cancellations after receiving a taxable charitable receipt are not issued.

See how your dollar can make a huge difference in the lives of students.

$6

Allows one child to participate in the Reading… Give it a Shot literacy program

$210

Allows a classroom of students to participate in Reading… Give it a Shot

$500

Allows a class of students to run a small energy efficient or environment project or program at their school

$1000

Allows a class of students to run a larger energy efficient or environmental project or program at their school

Ways to Give

  • One time giving
  • Monthly giving
  • Yearly giving

Things to Consider

  • Your employer may have a matching donations program
  • Gift giving: support a charity instead of receiving or giving gifts
  • Estate giving: To honour someone who was passionate about education or to donate in a family name

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Our Partners

TEPF could not help as many students as it does without the continued support of our business partners. As a non-profit organization, TEPF prides itself on the strong relationships it develops with companies, organizations, and individuals, and serves as an essential link between their generosity and the students

Testimonials

James came to our school reading at a pre-primer level, meaning he was virtually a non-reader. After coming to our school he began to demonstrate reading growth, but it wasn’t until Reading…Give It A Shot that his skills really took off. He is a huge hockey fan, and was so excited to be collecting bookmarks that many nights he read for almost an hour.

Reading…Give It A Shot participating teacher
St. Bede School, Calgary

Thank you for your donation to our school and the great things you do for all communities!

Citizenship In Action funding recipient
Longview School (Longview, AB)

Education opens your eyes to the world, both local and globally, and instills a desire for lifelong learning

Barbara Simic
President & CEO / The Educational Partnership Foundation