Thank you to the Telus Friendly Future Foundation for their donation of $10,000 to Operation Friendship Seniors Society for COVID 19 related items such as PPE equipment, cleaning supplies and more. Thank you for thinking of our seniors during these hard times.
We want to thank Raymond James Canada Foundation for their donation of $2,000 made possible through the RJ Cares 4 Community Campaign.
Catch up with Operation Friendship Seniors Society’s latest newsletter here:
Hear from some of Operation Friendship Seniors Society’s volunteers and clients and what OFSS means to them:
Operation Friendship Seniors Society serves warm coffee in our drop-in centre seven days a week. With the support of groups like Apricity and the Cups of Care Campaign, we help seniors become part of a community. See the Cups of Care – Apricity and OFSS video below.
Operation Friendship Seniors Society is proud to partner with London Drugs and Friends to support approximately 4,000 local seniors through the Stocking Stuffers for Seniors program. Stocking Stuffers for Seniors is a donation drive in which people can visit their local London Drugs, choose a tag from the tree that contains the personalized wish list of a local senior. The gifts are then delivered to the seniors before Christmas.
Operation Friendship Seniors Society (OFSS) is an important pillar in the community. Through revenue from gaming and liquor activity, the AGLC is able to provide essential services to Albertans and distribute funds to many deserving Alberta organizations. Charitable gaming funds have helped for OFSS to provide community-based preventative social services and affordable, non-institutional housing options for senior citizens to improve their quality of life.
Download the OFSS Winter Newsletter 2018
Hear how the Operation Friendship Seniors Society benefits from gaming and liquor revenue.
2017 Stocking Stuffers for Seniors Campaign – Thank you to everyone that participated with this campaign to where this year with your help, we helped 4,000 seniors in the Edmonton and surrounding areas. Thank you to London Drugs, TSN 1260, Virgin Radio, and 840 CFCW for always being there for OFSS and our seniors!
A huge thanks to the Oilers and fans during their amazing playoff run. Many of the hats thrown after Leon Draisaitl’s first hat-trick made their way to the city’s less fortunate. Have a look at how the playoffs benefited charities around the city:
Thanks very much to our partner hotels for helping donate meals to seniors in need. Please see the video profile on Global News!
London Drugs Santa for Seniors 2016:
See the 2015 video below
United Way – When you give, you start a wave!
ETS Stuff a Bus!
Here is a cool piece from the CBC News on where some of the food from the Food Bank goes.