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From beer-brewing fundraisers to banking workshops to Keeping Alberta Strong - October is packed with ways you can connect with your community.
At Momentum we believe that it is not just the kids who look forward to the educational journey ahead. September is when the excitement can begin for everyone! With upcoming programs in Self Employment, Carpentry, and opportunities to learn, earn, and save more with matched savings and Money Management, this autumn is going to be better than ever.
A family that saves over $22,000 in just 6 years due to the diligence and determination of one mother, handy tools to help you plan your program involvement at Momentum, and so many more opportunities to get involved with your community!
Sometimes we find ourselves seeking new futures after being knocked off the path we were traveling. Introducing the Compass program, Calgary Stampede fun, and plenty of activities and events to connect with your community this summer.
At Momentum, we like to put our money where our mouth is. This means acting on our values around sustainability - especially when it comes to the things we, quite literally, put in our mouths. This approach applies to our food, which we try to buy from local small businesses and cooperatives, and our coffee.
In his first year of business, Caleb is already cleaning up. Though the future did not always appear so clear for the owner of Focus Window Cleaning, a small local business in Calgary.
Jagvinder (Jag) Singh loves cars. With focus, optimism, and determination, he’s driving a straight trajectory towards fulfilling his dreams.
Spotlight on Policy: Employment training as key to creating better economic security in Alberta.
Book binding made breathtaking. Ksenia judges books by their covers - and then she elevates them into works of art.
How a joke about a tattoo shop became reality.
Seeing a poster while in line for the food bank was the opportunity Dee Parisien was looking for.
Laura Velasquez came to Canada from Venezuela when she was 10. In her teens her parents would be away for long periods of time as her dad worked up North. She recognized this was a crucial time to start learning about financial literacy and what that meant.
Most people don’t just pick up chainsaw carving. But that’s exactly what happened to Michael Carr.