Friday, November 20, 2020

November 20th, is National Child Day, and we are celebrating. We received messages from Ministers, MP's, Mayor Don Iveson, City Councillors, and other influential leaders within the community sharing with us what this day means to them. Watch the video!

Our third episode of KottageVision is an extra special one as Executive Director Janine Fraser had the opportunity to sit down with Alberta's newly appointed Lieutenant Governor, the Honourable Salma Lakhani.

In this episode of KottageVision, Janine Fraser welcomes Bev Esslinger, an Edmonton City Councillor, to discuss the importance of working together to create a safe future for our city's infants, children, and families.

We had the opportunity to sit down with a special lady who came to the Kottage as a child and hear about her experience and the impact Kids Kottage has had on her life.

Cyclebar St. Albert and Windermere locations have chosen Kids Kottage to be the recipient of the proceeds from this year's charity ride.

Mammoet has been faithfully supporting Kids Kottage for several years now, and we truly would not be able to do what we do without the support of companies like Mammoet.

While we celebrate 25 years of serving Edmonton's most vulnerable, we want to take the time to recognize those who have played a vital role in getting us to where we are now. Meet Bishnu.

In 2018, Inter Pipeline made the generous decision to sponsor our Community Transition Program, and they have been loyal supporters ever since.

We had the opportunity to sit down with a special lady who came to the Kottage as a child and hear about her experience and the impact Kids Kottage has had on her life.

To kick off our 25th year of keeping our community's most vulnerable safe, we worked together with Mammoet, Telus World of Science Edmonton, and some of our generous volunteers, to deliver 25 baskets to 25 families we have served over the years.

Janine Fraser and Allen Benson discuss the safety and well being of Indigenous infants, children and families, the vital role worldview plays in the lives of Indigenous peoples and how our community can continue to work toward a place of inclusivity.