Beneficiaries

Donations that come in to All Cycles Edmonton are all re-distributed to local organizations that are in the most need of menstrual products and support feminist and queer-friendly policies.

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Boyle Street Community Services

The mission of Boyle Street Community Services is to build and provide community support for people with multiple barriers to inclusion. Their vision is to see that all people grow healthier through involvement in strong, accepting and respectful communities.

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CHEW Project YEG

The CHEW Project's vision is to provide frontline support, opportunities for health and wellness, and to help find hope for LGBTQ2S+ youth and young adults facing various barriers, such as homelessness, violence, poverty, and exploitation.

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Elizabeth Fry Society

They advance the dignity and worth of all women and girls who are or may be at risk of becoming criminalized. Their programs include court programs, housing programs, and programs specifically for indigenous women.

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iHuman

iHuman is all about creating workable pathways for Edmonton youth to live healthy lives. Through these pathways, iHuman staff work with youth to establish a support system and build trust relationships.

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Old Strathcona Youth Services

Their mission is to provide purposeful resources and create a safe and supportive environment that fosters youth empowerment and development.

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Parkland Pregnancy Support Centre

Crisis pregnancy support - for pregnant people, new parents, and families with toddlers

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Recovery Acres

Recovery Acres is an addiction recovery centre that helps their clients to: develop alternative behaviors and attitudes toward alcohol and drugs, transition back to regular life through community and employment, and connect with the resources that will help them thrive upon gradutation.

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The George Spady Society

The George Spady Society is recognized as a leader in the development and delivery of effective services for the care, treatment and support of individuals with substance-related disorders and dual diagnoses. People who come to us find dignity, hope, and healing as they set a new path towards health and well-being.

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The Quiltbag

The Quiltbag is an LGBTQ+ retail shop carrying queer and trans wares.

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Youth Empowerment and Support Services

YESS serves youth ages 15-21 in their shelter residence programs, and youth afes 15-24 in their daytime programs.

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