Giving Options

Your donations help fund programming for SCI Alberta. 

Estate or planned gifts provide opportunities for donors, during and after their lifetime, to support SCI Alberta and people with spinal cord injuries. We accept outright gifts that use appreciated assets as a substitute for cash, gifts that return income or other financial benefits to the donor in return for the contribution, or gifts payable upon the donor’s end of life.

Gifts-in-kind include items such as property, equipment, prizes for events, supplies for events and electronics amongst other items. We value and are grateful for all non-monetary gifts (gifts in-kind) to support people with spinal cord injury in Alberta. 

If you have something that you would like to donate, please contact us at 1-888-654-5444.

Employee and workplace giving programs are offered through the United Way. This gives workplaces the opportunity to direct a portion of their bi-weekly or monthly earnings to a charity of their choice.

This is a great way to call your workplace to action in support of a great cause, creating a reliable monthly revenue stream for SCI Alberta.

Please visit the United Way website and support SCI Alberta today.

Volunteers are critical to the success of SCI Alberta. We have a small but dedicated team of passionate volunteers who give their time to support SCI Alberta in helping people with spinal cord injury adjust, adapt and thrive.

Are you interested in being part of a leading organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with a spinal cord injury or other physical disability?

As a provincial organization, we’re always looking for volunteers in Edmonton, Calgary, Grand Prairie, Red Deer, Fort McMurray, and Lethbridge

Sign-up to volunteer with SCI Alberta today.

Your support of SCI Alberta’s annual membership drive has numerous benefits. We invite you to join or renew your membership and be an integral part of this vibrant and engaged community.

Learn more about becoming a member.

Your support of SCI Alberta’s annual membership drive has numerous benefits. We invite you to join or renew your membership and be an integral part of this vibrant and engaged community. Renew your membership.

If you’ve got a car, truck, RV, motorcycle, boat or some other old vehicle and you want to make an impact in your community, donate it to SCI Alberta through Donate a Car Canada, which accepts vehicle donations for Spinal Cord Injury Alberta.

Donate a Car Canada provides towing and can pick up your vehicle, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation. When you donate your car, it will either be recycled or sold at auction depending on its condition, age and location.

A confirmation email will advise of the appropriate processing method. Donate A Car Canada will look after everything to make your donation easy for you to support SCI Alberta.

SCI Alberta will send you a tax receipt after your car donation is complete. THANK YOU!

Sponsor Energy

Announcing a POWERFUL partnership with Sponsor Energy Inc. Get a great wholesale rate on electricity and natural gas for your home – make the switch today! Turn an ordinary, everyday purchase into a way to help US at no additional cost to YOU. Sponsor Energy splits its profit 50/50 with us on every kilowatt of electricity and gigajoule of natural gas that your home uses. Hey, you have to buy it anyway… why not #‎useyourpowerforgood‬?

Your electricity usage can help individuals with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities!

Sponsor Energy offers competitive electricity rates and lower retail admin fees than traditional providers. No sign-up fees, no exit fees or cancellation fees. Best of all, everything is online!

To find out more Go to or call 1-877-244-7294 (local 123).

Or get in touch with SCI Alberta.

Why Your Gift Matters​

SCI Alberta’s service delivery is funded through a combination of government grants and support from donors like you. By supporting SCI-AB, you become an agent of change as we work together to remove barriers and make full community participation possible for Albertans with spinal cord injuries.