Calgary

About Shelter Movers Calgary

Established in September 2023, Shelter Movers Calgary is made up of a growing team of dedicated volunteers helping to ensure an immediate and lasting impact on survivors of gender-based violence in the Calgary, Alberta area. Shelter Movers Calgary offers its services to the local communities through our referral partners, Rowan House Society (High River), FearIsNotLove (Calgary), and Nisa Homes Calgary.

Learn more about Shelter Movers: About

For information on how to donate please visit: Donate

Volunteer

We are currently seeking volunteers to support:

  • Movers & Drivers (Urgent need)
  • Moving/operations support
  • Volunteer services
  • Fundraising/event planning

Careers

We are currently seeking applicants for the following roles:

No open positions at this time. 

Elsa Perry

Meet Elsa

Calgary Chapter Director

Elsa Perry comes to Shelter Movers with extensive experience in the non-profit and private sectors throughout western Canada. She has a background in developing and implementing educational outreach materials and programs for children and youth. Elsa is originally from rural Southern Alberta, just under the mountains in Kananaskis Country.

On December 9th 2022, the Honourable Marci Ien, Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Youth, met with Shelter Movers Executive Director, Marc Hull-Jacquin in Edmonton to announce funding for Shelter Movers’ Prairies Scale Up project. The new project will establish chapters across the Prairies, beginning in Alberta.

Shelter Movers Calgary is one of the first chapters launching as part of our expansion into the prairies!

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