The BOMA Calgary Foundation is an independent, charitable organization dedicated to supporting the people of Calgary. Formed by BOMA Calgary in 2011, the Foundation works closely with the public as well as Calgary’s professional industries.
To create opportunities, provide financial assistance and support the communities in which we live and work.
When you or your organization donates to the BOMA Calgary Foundation you make a difference. Your contributions will support people’s futures both professionally and personally.
Every dollar raised by the Foundation stays in Calgary and goes towards those in need, through scholarships, community programs, training and financial assistance.
Registered Charity Number: 853225712RR0001
Give back to Calgary’s professional industries and support people in need. There are many planned giving options through the BOMA Calgary Foundation. Make your permanent mark on the city, for generations to come.
Planned legacy gifts can also give back and help you prepare for your future:
For more information about how you can leave a lasting legacy with the BOMA Calgary Foundation, please talk to your estate planner.
President, Western Canada for GDI & CEO Servpro Canada Inc.
Fred Edwards loves to give back to those who has helped him build and grow throughout the years. He has experienced both professional and personal gain as a BOMA member, and as a result, has generously donated to the BOMA Calgary Foundation.
Since 2001, ENMAX has been a proud sponsor of the annual BOMA Calgary Charity Golf Tournament. Proceeds from the golf tournament are donated to the Foundation.
Community is the cornerstone of the BOMA Calgary Foundation. We exist in order to make a positive change in the lives of those in need, and help create a better, more caring city. One way in which we support our community is by donating financially to not-for-profit charities.
As well as monetary support, our board members love taking a more “hands on” approach. We regularly participate in fundraising events, and volunteer our time and skills for charitable activities within the Calgary area.
2013, 2016 – Canadian Red Cross
2015 – Woman’s Centre of Calgary
The BOMA Calgary Foundation provides education and training for disadvantaged persons who seek training and/or skill upgrading in areas relevant to the commercial real estate industry including but not limited to:
Mount Royal University (MRU) provides high-quality teaching and personalized undergraduate education annually for over 35,000 students. Offering over 60 programs, 80% of MRU students enrolled are from the Calgary area.
In 2015, the BOMA Calgary Foundation created an educational bursary, for a full-time student who demonstrates financial need. This student must be entering their third or fourth year in the Bachelor of Interior Design program.
Calgary Catholic Immigration Society (CCIS) provides settlement and integration services to immigrants and refugees in Southern Alberta. CCIS also prepares recently-immigrated Engineers, from many disciplines, for employment in their fields of expertise.
CCIS runs a highly successful Building Operator – 5th Class Power Engineering Training Program, which receives hundreds of applications every year. The program cost $15,000 per student and CCIS offers it to 20 students annually. The BOMA Calgary Foundation sponsors one additional candidate, or “21st seat”, in this program.
Profession: Property Manager
Profession: Executive Director
Ansonia Properties/Ansonia Property Management Inc.
Profession: Senior Analyst, Portfolio Management
GWL Realty Advisors Inc.
Profession: Manager, Specialty Leasing
Cadillac Fairview Corporation
Profession: Director of Business Development
Sizeland Evans Interior Design Inc.
Profession: Vice President, CFO
Riverpark Properties Ltd.
Profession: General Manager, Real Estate Management
Profession: Vice President Office Leasing and Investment Sales
Western Canada for GDI & CEO Servpro Canada Inc.