Partners

Our partners are businesses and organizations that share our vision of a community where people with disabilities are empowered to live, work and play. Annual financial support from the following businesses helps us continue to provide high quality and innovative services to the people we serve.
 

 

Sherwood DispensariesMint Health + Drugs / Sherwood Dispensaries is Robin Hood Association’s exclusive vendor for pharmaceutical and para-pharmaceutical supplies. Their dedicated team provides guidance and support to our staff and families to ensure safe and consistent medication administration for the individuals we serve.
MHA Properties, formerly known as Murray Hill Developments and Wayne Construction, have been long term major supporters of the Robin Hood Association. Mr. Eric Wiedman, founder of these companies, was an active member of the Association for many years.
Servus Credit UnionServus Credit Union is Robin Hood’s primary financial institution and mortgage provider for our residential homes. Staff from a number of Servus branches have shown their genuine investment in Robin Hood by participating in our fundraising events and Association initiatives.
Allen & AssociatesAllen & Associates is Robin Hood Association’s auditor, and they have played a key role in supporting our fundraising initiatives through ongoing donations and participation in events.
T.G. Reich Professional CorporationT.G. Reich Professional Corporation is a valued and loyal contributor of knowledge and organizational assistance to Robin Hood. Owner Tami Reich, along with her staff and family, have been active and dedicated participants at many of Robin Hood’s fundraising events. They have also been major contributors to several of our large fundraising campaigns.

 

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Robin Hood Association wishes to express its gratitude to the granting bodies and funders who play an invaluable role in helping us deliver high quality, innovative services to individuals with disabilities. The following are grants received since March 2015:

Strathcona Community Investment Program (SCIP)
$8,678
for Sledge Hockey Day 2017 event expenses

Strathcona County Social Services
$20,000
for hospital beds at Robin Hood's Aspen Village facility

CIBC Children's Foundation
$1,500
for Children & Youth Services Christmas Camp