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The CHS Alberta Chapter events are organized by volunteersCost for events are covered by the Chapter as long as you are a memberIf you sign up for an event and cannot make it, we understand, but please let us know so the funds are not wasted.

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Casino


The CHS Alberts Chapter works a casino every two years to raise money for our Chapter. Funds go towards sending kids to camp, Chapter events, medical devices and much more.

Casino dates:  Fall of 2018 (Exact date to be confirmed in Sprint 2018)
Location: Century Casino, 13103 Fort Rd NW Edmonton

We need 40 volunteers for the day and night shifts, volunteer for one shift or multiple shifts.
Must be 18 years old to volunteer

To volunteer
Email albertachapter@hemophilia.ca or call toll free 1-866-425-9851

Save One Life/ Wheels for the World

Barry Haarde-This year Barry will be doing his Wheels for the World ride in June starting in Northern Alberta and riding to Juneau, Alaska.  

Bio:
I am 51 and have severe hemophilia A and am a 35 year survivor of HIV and have liver cirrhosis from hepatitis C. I also ride on a 17 year old total knee replacement on which I have ridden a bike over 100,000 miles. I lost both a brother and brother-in-law, both hemophiliacs, to the twin pandemics of AIDS and hepatitis C. I've completed five transcontinental bike trips (two of which entered Ontario) including last year's 5,000 mile ride in 60 days from Seattle, WA to Key West, FL. Including this year's effort, we have now raised nearly a quarter million dollars for Save One Life. Past and present sponsors include Baxalta, Bayer, Biogen, Apteveo, and a number of specialty pharmacies and other organizations.
 
Here's the link:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5i_1HM34Ks

To view the website or make a donation please click the link below:

Wheels for the World 2017: Call of the Wild | Save One Life
http://saveonelife.net/wheels-for-the-world-fundraiser-biking-2017.php

After riding a bicycle across America five times in a fundraising effort for Save One Life, I will, this summer, be riding the length of the Alaska Highway starting on June 12th. I'll be flying into Edmonton on the 8th and will be driving over to Jasper National Park and then to Calgary for a bit of sightseeing before getting on the bike and riding to Fairbanks, AK.


Goldeye Family Camp and AGM

CHS Alberta chapter Goldeye family camp
Goldeye is a weekend away where you can relax and enjoy the mountains, meet new friends and reconnect with old friends.  The weekend has a flexible schedule of activities like canoeing, hiking, swimming and more.

Details
September 14, 15 & 16, 2018

Goldeye Centre, Nordegg, Alberta.  see map

Cost
  • food and accommodation are included in the cost
  • $25.00 per person to a maximum of $75.00 per family (Family = parents plus their children under 18 years)
  • $25 per person for all family over 18
  • $25 per person for all non-family members
  • camping is available, cost is the same if you bring your own trailer.

Cancellations

All cancellations must be submitted by August 28 or a loss of registration fee will apply. Please let us know if you cannot make it so Chapter funds are not wasted.

Registration (opens in August 2018)
  • reservations is on a first come - first served basis. Space is limited so register early to avoid disappointment.
  • registration is official when a registration form and payment has been submitted
  • all payments are made through a paypal account, credit card, or credit debit card.
  • a confirmation and registration package will be sent via email in early September

More information



Kids Camp Kindle


Dates: 2018 are not confirmed
**Both camps run during the same week

All requested paperwork and registration must be received before June 15, any packages received after that date will not be accepted for camp.

Did you know you and your family can attend camp kindle to see what it looks like. Attend the Camp Kindle Family Retreat on April 28, 29,30, 2017.

Two camps offered:
  • Camp SunMaker (for 7 - 17 year olds)
    Camp SunMaker
    offers children a chance to get outdoors and meet new friends. At camp, they find much-needed camaraderie along with healthy doses of outdoor fun, including hiking, rafting, wall climbing, swimming, archery, the high ropes and the giant swing
    .

  • Camp SunSeeker (for 14 - 17 year olds)
    SunSeeker is an outdoor leadership program that focuses on personal development. By experiencing the outdoors, youth learn a new set of skills and sense of adventure. The program focuses on developing both 'hard' skills such as packing for a hike or knot tying and 'soft' skills, such as communication with peers and patience.

    SunSeeker promotes physical fitness, mental well-being, environmental awareness, and personal growth in a supportive, exciting outdoor environment. Youth are supported by the SunSeeker coordinators and highly skilled volunteers.

    Onsite activities include meal preparation, fire building, shelter building, hiking, biking, environmental stewardship etc. Out-trip activities can include hiking, mountain biking, caving, rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, etc.


    About the camp Kindle facility

Who can attend
  • Children age 7 - 17 years old
  • Children must be diagnosed with a bleeding disorder and be registered with a Comprehensive Bleeding Disorders Clinic in Alberta.

Location

  • 45 minutes north of Cochrane, west on Highway 579
  • 29479 Range Road 61 Water Valley, Alberta
  • Map and directions

Medical support 


How to register
  • Registration packages will be mailed out by the Hemophilia Treatment Clinics.
  • If you do not receive a package by April 15 please contact your local clinic.
  • All requested paperwork and registration must be received before June 15
  • Registration will occur on a first come, first served basis.
  • If your registration has been received after the quota has been reached, your child will be put on a waiting list.

Questions about camp


Did you know
There is a conference called NACCHO that was created for the people who are responsible for planning, organizing, and operating bleeding disorder summer camps.  Our camp committee and nurses attending camp kindle have also attended NACCHO.



Camp Kindle Family Retreat

This event is not scheduled for 2018.

Join us for a weekend away to spend time with your family and see the facility where your children may attend camp.

More details for this weekend will be posted soon.

About the Camp Kindle facility

When
April 28, 29, 30, 2017.

Location
Camp Kindle
45 minutes north of Cochrane, west on Highway 579
29479 Range Road 61 Water Valley, Alberta
Map and directions






Our Plot to Clot

Our Plot to Clot videoThis event is not scheduled for this year.

Fundraiser
Meridian Banquet facility located at 4820 76 Ave, Edmonton

Order tickets online
The event is to take place from 6:00 to 10:00pm with proceeds not only going to research, but also towards being able to send two registered nurses to Camp Kindle for a week in the summer.

Erin Isfeld from CTV Edmonton is the Master of Ceremonies. Entertainment provided by comedian Donovan Workun-creator of the Atomic Improv Co. View Our Plot to Clot website

Video
Information on bleeding disorders

  
Evening includes
  • Buffet dinner, silent auction, amazing prizes and more!
  • Dinner at 6:30
  • tickets are $40 each/ $300 table.
  • Tables seat 8
  • Cash bar

Funds raised

  • 2015 event raised over $18,000
  • 2013 event raised $18,108
  • 2012 event raised $18,501
  • 2011 event raised $18,049


Zombie Evasion 5km run

Zombie Evasion 5km run
Fundraiser

The CHS Alberta Chapter is not scheduled to volunteer for this event this year. 

Past funds raised:
  • 2014 Zombie Evasion raised over $6,500
  • 2013 Zombie Evasion raised over $5,000.
Zombie Evasion on Global News September 26, 2013
View photos of our volunteers at the Zombie Evasion

Thanks to all the volunteers that came out to lend a hand. We had a blast and your commitment was very much appreciated.