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Busy August means lots of volunteer opportunities

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

August will be a busy month for the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund, with several events taking place, including a couple we could use a hand with.

From the Calgary Police Rodeo to the Calgary Police Association Charity Golf Tournament to a casino benefiting the JPMF, there’s plenty to see and do this month {read more} {read more}

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How new anti-spam law impacts us

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

For those who didn’t get the email about it, Canada brought in a new anti-spam law on July 1st.

Canada’s Anti-Spam Law, or CASL, is intended to drastically reduce the amount of unwanted emails going into your inbox. The new regulations will have a major impact on corporations and their ability to communicate electronically with people.

But how do they impact Canadian charities, including the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund?

The rules do apply to registered charities but a number of steps have been taken to ensure we can still communicate effectively with our followers – and prospective supporters – via email {read more} {read more}

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Happy trails to you

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

As we bid a fond farewell to another edition of the Calgary Stampede, we’d be remiss if we didn’t extend a hearty thanks to all who supported our parking lot fundraiser.

Over the 10 days of the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund operated a parking lot at the Erlton campus of Chinook Learning Services, located at 24 28 Ave. S.W.

We charged just $15 for all day parking – the cheapest rate in the area – and we parked hundreds of cars during Stampede, raising thousands of dollars for the JPMF and the Calgary Wolves soccer team.

Funds raised for the JPMF will help support our safety initiatives, which aim to keep first responders safe on the job so they can return home safely to their families after every shift {read more} {read more}

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