Inspiring Adults to Stay Active and Stay Involved


If you have any questions about our Legacy Giving Program, feel free to reach out to Angela McIntyre

 mailto:fundandmarketing@yycseniors.com or call 403-289-4780.

Important Information:

Confederation Park 55 + Activity Centre

2213 13th Street NW Calgary, AB T2M 4P7

Charitable Number: 

132171638RR0001


What does the Confederation Park 55+ Activity Centre need the funds for?

  • To build our reserve fund for uncertain economic times.
  • To continue our  Tea & Conversation program, 

    our weekly outreach program ensures that even the most vulnerable seniors in the community are not isolated and alone.

  • Centre improvements.

  • To increase our fantastic programs & services

  • To maintain our ability to give discounted classes to low income seniors.


Legacy Giving

Why should you include us in your will?

For the past 45 years the Confederation Park 55 + Activity Centre has been a vital resource for Calgary's seniors. We have been working hard at 

Inspiring adults to Stay Active and Stay Involved

We would like to carry on that tradition. If we have made an impact on your life, or on the lives of someone you love, please consider contributing to our future.

What is Legacy Giving?

·      It’s a future gift that doesn’t cost you anything during your lifetime.

·      There are no extra out-of-pocket costs and your income will not decrease.

·      It’s a highly effective way to reduce estate taxes on your final tax return.

·      You can feel good knowing that you’re supporting a cause that’s meaningful to you while creating a Legacy of hope

Ask us about Naming Opportunities!




"All of the programs provide purpose to living. There are some seniors who are involved at the Centre every day. Their children work and are busy all day. There are seniors who sit at home, waiting for the people who care about them the most to have time for them. I've had families say to me, "You're the reason I need to make an appointment with my Mom." That's a good thing. What else should elderly people do while their families are busy?"


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