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Community is important to CEDA and our people. It’s where we live, where we do business, where we work and where we play. We are committed to contributing to all of our communities, looking for ways to support healthy change and development.

Wherever CEDA conducts business, we strive to do it the right way. We take pride in our interactions with our communities and desire to build and strengthen long-term relationships with local community members including, local businesses, community organizations and Aboriginal groups. Understanding the importance of engaging local groups, CEDA is committed to providing opportunities for employment and business.

As a service provider, we know it is important to both our employees and our clients that we positively contribute to our communities and focus our charitable giving where we can make the greatest impact. We listen to our employees to ensure our support is going to the causes that are most important to them. From this feedback, we have established CEDACares and CEDA’s four pillars of giving:


Education Safety Health Social Wellness


CEDACares

The CEDACares Community Giving Program is our community investment program which encourages CEDA and our employees to come together to make a difference.

CEDACares is built upon three categories of support:

  • Corporate Donations & Sponsorships - Building relationships with our charitable partners in the local communities
  • Employee Initiatives - Supporting our employees in the charitable giving they do by promoting and contributing to their fundraisers
  • Employee Volunteer Events - Our employees donating their  time and skills to projects and events that build stronger local communities

Partners in the Community

CEDA proudly supports the following:

SAIT Polytechnic

CEDA made a 10-year, $500,000 commitment to SAIT and the School of Manufacturing and Automation in 2013. The funds contribute to enhancing the culture of safety and developing new simulation technology within the service trade programs.


Canadian Mental Health Association

Since 2014, CEDA has been a major sponsor of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). Through our annual employee organized silent auction, CEDA has proudly raised over $90,000 for the CMHA. By developing our partnership with the CMHA, we are striving to support and improve positive mental health in all aspects of daily life. 


Coalition for a Safer 63 & 881

A Gold Coalition member since 2010, CEDA employees actively support the Coalition’s work to educate drivers on dangerous driving habits and safe alternatives to help reduce fatalities on Alberta’s most dangerous stretches of highway which CEDA employees drive daily.


Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

CEDA is a proud sponsor of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and supports our employees who have been participating in the annual nationwide CIBC Run for the Cure since 2012.


Canadian Red Cross

During the 2013 southern Alberta floods, CEDA wanted to support the incredible efforts of the Canadian Red Cross. CEDA helped the people of Alberta by matching employee donations to the Canadian Red Cross, fundraising a total of $23,000. In 2016, CEDA  supported the Red Cross again during the Fort McMurray Wildfires by pledging $50,000, with our employees raising an additional $9,500.


Keyano College Foundation

CEDA contributes annually to Keyano College through three CEDA scholarships and the Foundation’s annual giving program. The Keyano College Foundation plays a critical role in Fort McMurray by generating much needed funding and responding to the needs of students, industry and the region.


Northern Lights Health Foundation

Since 1997, CEDA has supported the Northern Lights Health Foundation with gifts totaling over $480,000 to equipment campaigns, annual fundraisers and in-memoriam gifts.

info [at] cedagroup [dot] com
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United States: 1-346-227-1400
CEDA Head Office
Suite 625, 11012 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, AB T2J 6A5