Community Partnerships

As the need and demand for financial literacy education increases, developing community partnerships is an ongoing and integral part of EFLS’ mandate.  EFLS is always open to exploring any partnership opportunity and is currently seeking to expand its services on both a provincial and national level.  For more information on how your organization can get involved in an EFLS partnership, please click here.

Organizations which EFLS has partnered with include:

  • Action for Healthy Communities
  • Alberta Asset Building Collaborative
  • Alberta Employment & Immigration (AEI) – AEI Staff Career Development Program
  • Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association
  • Amiskwaciy Academy
  • Archbishop O’Leary High School
  • Assist Community Services
  • Barrhead FCSS (Family & Community Support Services)
  • Ben Calf Robe Society
  • Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society
  • Big Brothers & Big Sisters Society of Edmonton
  • Blue Heron Support Services Association
  • Blue Quills First Nations College
  • Camrose Adult Learning Council
  • Canadian Mental Health Association-Edmonton Region
  • Catholic Social Services
  • Capital Regional Housing – Family Self Sufficiency Program
  • Centre for Race and Culture
  • Chinese Multicultural Promotion Society
  • Chipewyan Prairie Dene First Nations
  • City of Edmonton – Program for Prevention of Family Violence
  • Distinctive Employment Counseling Services of Alberta (DECSA)
  • Dr. Margaret Savage Crisis Center (Cold Lake, AB.)
  • E4C
  • Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers
  • Edmonton Native Friendship Centre
  • Edmonton Young Offenders Centre (EYOC)
  • Elizabeth Fry Society
  • EmployAbilities
  • English Language Institute of Edmonton Public Schools
  • Goodfish Lake
  • Healthy Families Healthy Futures
  • Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women (IAAW)
  • J. Percy Page High School
  • Jellinek House
  • John Howard Society
  • Kehewin KDP/PEP
  • Lamont Community Adult Learning Council (Lamont CALC)
  • Lamont High School
  • Leduc High School
  • McBride Career Group
  • McMann Youth Services
  • Metis Nation of Alberta
  • Millwoods Centre for Immigrants (MWCI)
  • Montana First Nations, Hobbema
  • Multi-Cultural Health Brokers
  • Native Counseling Services of Alberta
  • Norquest College – Wetaskawin campus
  • Northern College (Ontario)
  • Northern Lakes College-Barrhead campus
  • One World...One Centre
  • Oxford House
  • Parkland Adult Literacy
  • Prostitution Action and Awareness Foundation of Edmonton (PAAFE)
  • Portage College-Lac La Biche
  • Queen Elizabeth High School
  • Red Deer Family and Community Support Services
  • Sacred Heart LINC
  • Salisbury Composite High School
  • Salvation Army
  • Schizophrenia Society of Alberta
  • Serving Communities Intership Program (ScIP)
  • St. Albert & District Further Education
  • St. Albert Community Village
  • St. Albert Food Bank
  • Strathcona County Library
  • Sunchild E-learning
  • Tamarack-An Institute for Community Engagement
  • Terra Association
  • Timmins Native Friendship Centre (Timmins, Ontario.)
  • Trade Winds to Sucess
  • University of Alberta School of Business
  • University of Alberta Student Services
  • Victoria School
  • Vimy Ridge Academy
  • Wellness Network
  • Westlock & District Adult Learning Centre Society
  • Wetaskiwin Community Learning Council
  • Wetaskiwin Library
  • Wings of Providence Society
  • Women Building Futures
  • Y.M.C.A.

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