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2019 Peer Mediation And Skills Training (PMAST) & Birdies for Kids—presented by AltaLink
Well Alberta, once again we have shattered all records by raising over $12.3 million for Alberta charities at the 2018 Shaw Charity Classic which is more than any other PGA Tour Champions event has ever raised; and all this with Alberta’s struggling economy. Just goes to show how amazingly strong and generous Albertans are! This brings our five year total to over $32 Million, all benefitting Alberta children and youth.
Now it’s 2019 and Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club is once again hosting the Shaw Charity Classic, one of the largest and most successful events held in the city of Calgary. The Shaw Charity Classic is a PGA Tour Champions event featuring professional golfers including Golf Hall of Famers Tom Watson, Fred Couples, Colin Montgomerie and 2018 winner Scott McCaron. Once again, AltaLink is a presenting the Birdies for Kids Charitable Foundation, a non-profit program run under the Calgary Shaw Charity Classic Foundation. The motto for the tournament’s charitable efforts is “Helping Kids, Changing Lives’ which mirrors Peer Mediation And Skills Training’s goals and objectives.
Funds raised for PMAST through BFK help us to provide life skills in conflict management and communications to more Calgary and area youth, families and communities, helping to build better relationships in all aspects of their lives and address issues affecting their wellness.
Did you know that bullying and conflict are two of the most important issues facing youth today and social media has increased that risk factor exponentially, seriously affecting the wellness of our youth. 87 percent of today’s youth have witnessed cyberbullying and 34 percent acknowledge they have experienced cyberbullying. 24% of those who have experienced cyberbullying have suicidal thoughts. Kids who are involved as both victims and perpetrators of bullying are at the highest risk for suicide (Holt et at 2015 Suicide Prevention Resources Center)
While PMAST agrees that counselling and bullying awareness programs are important – they are not enough. To really create change for today and tomorrow and reduce the risk factors affecting the wellness of our youth, we need to be pro-active and teach our youth how to successfully deal with the conflict in their lives, whether face-to-face or on-line. We need to change the dynamics of these youth, their facilities and those around them for this and future generations
We need your support! In order to provide this service to Calgary youth we need funds for program delivery. You can help provide these services to our youth. Make your donations count! All donations through BFK are matched up to 50%.
Click the button below to donate. Be sure to earmark your donation to Peer Mediation And Skills Training (PMAST).
Alberta Treasury Branch
What do you give the person who has everything?
Gift buying for Christmas and other special occasions can be difficult: Individuals look for unique, special and meaningful gifts that are cost affordable.
PMAST has the answer for all these shopping categories!
PMAST Donation Gift Cards are a unique gift that opens doors for young people’s lives presently and in the future. This is a gift that is paying forward and it keeps giving for years to come.
Thanks to the Alberta Treasury Branch you can just click on this button and see how it works.
Donate a Car
Donate A Car Canada accepts Vehicle Donations for Peer Mediation And Skills Training. We provide free towing in many areas across Canada, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation. When you Donate your RV, boat, motorcycle or other vehicle to Peer Mediation And Skills Training through Donate A Car Canada, it will either be recycled or sold at auction depending on its condition, age and location. Donate A Car Canada will look after all the details to make it easy for your Charity to benefit. After your Vehicle Donation is complete, Peer Mediation And Skills Training will send you a tax receipt within 45 days!
Donation through United Way
Although we are not a member of the United Way, nor do we receive any funding from them, you can specify your donation to go to PMAST, or any registered charity. The United Way is then obligated to forward those funds to the charity specified.
To donate to PMAST via this method, please to to the United Way Calgary website:
As you fill out the Form, you will come to Section 3 called My DONATION. Scroll down and you will find a line that states: “I want to support another registered Canadian Charity and I understand this charity is not evaluated by United Way”.
Enter: Peer Mediation And Skills Training
Registered Charity Number: 86373 4148 RR001
Thank you for your donation.
Birthday, Anniversary and other Joyous Events
Congratulations for landing on this page. We appreciate your contribution towards our cause.
We hope you had a great celebration for your Birthday, Anniversary, and other joyous events. We are also honored to have contributions in lieu of Get Well Greeting cards, flowers etc.
NEED FOR SUPPORT
As an advocate for strong youth, the need for our services grows.
Our work in schools and the community is possible though partners who share our vision. Financial support allows PMAST to reach larger audiences, provide training to as many young people as possible, and to reach our goal of creating respectfully engaged citizens.
Please mail your cheque to Peer Mediation And Skills Training (PMAST)
1811 – 4 Street SW, Suite 103
Calgary, Alberta T2S 1W2
Alternatively, email transfers are also acceptable when directed to our Treasurer who will deposit contributions directly to PMAST account.
Your mail in and/or e-transfer contributions will allow PMAST to utilize 100% of donated funds.
Your donation via credit card will be accepted through Alberta Treasury Branch (ATB) donation page as ATB also matches 15% of your donation to PMAST and will issue your tax receipt immediately to you.
Make your $$$ count!
Donate to PMAST via Canada Helps.