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What's Happening

On Friday May 12, Crystal Clark and Tammy Bradshaw from West Central High School stopped by the shelter to make a donation on behalf of the Indigenous Leadership Club, Indigenous Studies group and Ms. Stang's Grade 9 students.

These students beaded Red Dress pins and offered them to teachers and administration for a donation to support raising awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA people.


They raised $580 to donate to the Mountain Rose Centre as the Centre helps Indigenous women and families fleeing violence.


The pins were then worn when they attended the Asokewin Red Dress day walk on May 5th

Thank you to Rocky North Multi Club (4H) who recently did a food drive for our shelter.

On behalf of all the women and children in the shelter, thank you!

Pictured from left to right are Wesley Pals, Silvia Clark (accepting on behalf of Mountain Rose Centre), Levi Pals and Alllie Pals donating on behalf of Rocky North Multi Club

Thank you to Brandi Olmstead and Tamina Gravelle who worked with United Way on their Leadership placements. They are fourth year students in the Red Deer Polytechnic Bachelor Degree of Science in Nursing program.


They have been reaching out to Central Alberta communities, assessing accessibility to basic needs. After speaking to the Mountain Rose Centre in Rocky Mountain House, they collaborated with United Way and held a massive Period Promise drive at Red Deer Polytechnic for this amazing organization. 


Thank you to Sobeys and their customers who contributed towards the fundraising campaign.

With this support Sobey's raised a total of $5,626.15 to go towards the Mountain Rose Centre so they can continue to support those in need.

On behalf of all the women and children in shelter, thank you!

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We would like to thank the Friends in Faith Fellowship for the donation to our organization.


Pictured here is our Executive Director, Cindy Easton and Heather Graham.

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Government of Canada


Click on above logo to link to the website for further information.

The Government introduced the Canadian Benefit for Parents of Young Victims of Crime on September 30, 2018. The benefit provides income support to eligible parents who suffer a loss of income when they take time away from work to cope with the death or disappearance of their child, as a result of a probable Criminal Code offence. Eligible parents can receive payments of $450 per week for up to 35 weeks.

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