New Age Support Services
New Age Services Inc. is associated with New Age Support Services (NASS). NASS is a not-for-profit private company that supports NAS by collecting donations and organizing fundraisers. In order to better assist people with developmental disabilities to lead inclusive lives in the community, NASS was formed. The continued success of our services offered through New Age Services Inc. is largely dependent on private contributions, community involvement and donations that we receive through NASS.
Although at New Age Services Inc, all of us try to provide as much as we can for our clients, we always welcome and are grateful for your support. We appreciate and recognize all the donations we receive. We accept donations through New Age Services Inc. and New Age Support Services.
New Age Services Inc. and New Age Support Services appreciate the help we get from all our donors in the form of funds, fundraising donations and volunteering. The funds allow us to purchase essentials for all our clients, furniture and bedding for clients living at group homes and gifts or trips for clients. It can also enhance services for clients through staffing enhancements.
Although, we cannot provide you with tax deductible donation receipts, our promise is to ensure you that the money we collect serves adults with developmental disabilities. You are welcome to visit our office premises to see how your donation has helped us.
To ensure that donors have confidence in our organization and its appeals for donations, the following donors’ rights are recognized:
– To be treated with respect and professionalism.
– To receive appropriate recognition.
– To have the right to declare themselves anonymous.
– To handle complaints with utmost priority.
– To know whether the individual collecting funds is a volunteer or an employee.
– To request that their information stay confidential with us.
– To request not to be added to the list of donors in future.
Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD)
Calgary Region Community Board Persons with Developmental Disabilities (CRCB PDD) is responsible for the planning and allocation of resources for supports and service development for people with developmental disabilities. CRCB PDD’s geographic area includes the city of Calgary as well as the territory encompassing Lake Louise, High River, Airdrie and Strathmore.
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Alberta Disabilities Workers Association (ADWA)
ADWA is an entity committed to developing a profession, opportunities for workers within the field, and the furthering of the public interest.
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Alberta Council of Disability Services (ACDS)
ACDS is a not-for-profit association that exists to serve community-based service provider members who support people with developmental disabilities or brain injury. The goal is to ensure quality service delivery for individuals within Community Disability Services (CDS).
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Work Force Coucil (WFC)
The focus of the Work Force Council is to create opportunities where the Community Disability Sector has a well trained and stable work force.
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Community Rehabilitation Service Providers Council of Calgary (CRSPCC)
CRSPCC is a council consisting of Community Disability Service Providers advocating on behalf of the individuals with developmental disabilities.
Visit CRSPCC website