Calgary Track Council
Calgary Track Council provides a single point of contact for the clubs when dealing with the City of Calgary and other
organizations and to facilitate projects and activities best done with the cooperation of multiple clubs and organizations.
The council maintains a liaison with school track and field activities and considers school track and field a key part of the track community. The council provides meet management and infrastructure management needed to host track meet competitions. The council has been actively working with the City of Calgary to maintain the Athletic parks so they are ready for completions.
The council also owns and maintains competition equipment used at the track meets.
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CTC awarded the 2013 Sport Leadership and Excellence Award
The Sport Leadership and Excellence Award was given to the Calgary Track Council, whose tireless commitment to representing the interests of Calgary track and field groups has allowed those groups to flourish. Christine Laverty, President of the Calgary Track Council, accepted the award and reminded everyone of the important role volunteers play in the the sport community in Calgary. "Without volunteers in the sport community," Laverty said, "the health of our children would be in jeopardy." ...more
Alberta Community Spirit Program
The goal of the program is to increase individual charitable giving. The program is donor-driven, meaning it recognizes and encourages Albertans to support their favourite organizations.
The donation grant provides an opportunity for eligible non-profit and/or charitable organizations to receive a provincial grant. The grant is based on total annual cash donations from individual Albertans that have been received by an eligible organization over a 12-month fiscal period. The grant can be used to support an organization's operations, programs and/or capital projects. The maximum grant available is $25,000 up to a maximum of $50,000 over three years. A minimum total of $1,000 in eligible cash donations needs to be received prior to applying for a grant.
The Calgary Track Council would like to thank the Community of Calgary for their support of the Friends of the Championship campaign for 2011 & 12 which allowed us to participate in the Alberta Community Spirit Program.
The Calgary Track Council would like to thank the Alberta Community Spirit Program Donation Grant.
The Grant received supported the Run Jump Throw Component of the Olympic Trials 2012 both in the Academic classrooms leading up to the event and on site in the Kids'Zone. Thank you!
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