Since 2008, Snow Valley has been administering the Community Initiatives Program (CIP) to help meet the needs of the Edmonton community.
Snow Valley's CIP is accessible to registered not-for-profit and/or charitable organizations in the Greater Edmonton area.
The mission of this program is to provide accredited agencies and organizations that support youth in need and new Canadians, with an opportunity for year-round, enriching life experiences. As Snow Valley can provide year-round activities through its campground, lodge, and ski/snowboard hill, these will be used according to the needs of each group.
By partnering with other not-for-profit agencies and charitable organizations, Snow Valley is committed to building and supporting a healthy community and moves toward balancing opportunities for all people.
Working with the City of Edmonton through the Winter City Strategy Program, Snow Valley is proud to recognize the opportunity we have to offer lessons to accredited agencies and organizations that work with disadvantaged youth and new Canadians to offer the chance to experience Skiing & Snowboarding at Snow Valley. Snow Valley aims to provide more opportunities for enjoying the outdoors in Winter to celebrate the season and embrace the daily living in the cold Edmonton Climate.
|Schools and Youth Groups|
|Boyle Street||St. Gerard School|
|Big Brothers Big Sisters Boys Clubs of Edmonton||Belvedere School|
|Sport Central (Bosco Homes)||John A MacDonald|
|Dovercourt School||Spruce Avenue School|
|Prince Charles School||Balwin School|
|Sidekicks Mentoring||St. Jerome School|
|Oromo Youth Group||Somali Canadian Women & Children Association|
|Edmonton Immigrant Services Association||Rotary International Students|
|ASSIST Community Services - ACCESS Youth Program|
Do you think this program is just what your group or association needs? Please contact us to get involved: Email: CIP@snowvalley.ca
Another generous supporter of the C.I.P. is Winter City Edmonton. The video below is what they're all about: