Calgary Flames forward James Neal, in partnership with the Calgary Police Foundation and the Calgary Flames Foundation, has launched a unique community initiative that will help youth facing various cultural barriers.
The Calgary Flames and Travis Hamonic are proud to announce details on a new community initiative titled Charlie’s Children, created by Travis and Stephanie Hamonic and supported by the Calgary Flames Foundation, Women In Need Society (WINS) and West Coast Kids. This program will support low income families or single parents expecting a newborn with
The Calgary Flames Foundation is excited to team up with The Canadian Tire First Shift program for 2018/19. The Flames will support programs in Calgary (sold out for the 2018/19 season), Red Deer, Lethbridge and Airdrie. If you have a child between the ages of 6-10 who has never played hockey, or know a family
The Calgary Flames Foundation have teamed up with HEROS (Hockey Education Reaching Out Society) to launch and fund a new HEROS programming model adapted specifically for youth with cognitive challenges, specifically Autism and Down Syndrome. Super HEROS will work with 21 youth between the ages of 7 and 17 from Calgary and area communities.
It is with great regret and deep sadness that the Calgary Flames acknowledge the passing of Clay Riddell. Mr. Riddell joined the Flames Ownership Group in 2003-2004 because of his passion for his home team, love of the sport and a personal commitment during a critical time for the Flames. His devotion to the organization
The Calgary Flames Foundation has announced the renewal and creation of funding commitments to various hockey programs in southern Alberta that focus on access, development and growth of hockey for all ages and removing barriers to playing hockey.
Representatives from the Calgary Flames and Calgary Hitmen along with Calgary Sport and Entertainment Corporation staff will join in celebrating Pride Week festivities in Calgary by participating in the 28th annual Pride Parade on Sunday afternoon.
This fall, the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre (SKCAC) will commence its Youth Engagement & Education Program in eight school divisions in and around Calgary for the 5th year in a row, this year expanding programming is a result of funding from the Calgary Flames charitable arm, the Calgary Flames Foundation.
The Calgary Flames Foundation have teamed up with HEROS (Hockey Education Reaching Out Society) to launch a new Super HEROS programming model adapted specifically for youth with cognitive challenges, specifically autism and down’s syndrome.