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The Not-So-Secret Garden

Just behind Alex Taylor School, in downtown Edmonton, is a lush green space sorted into manageable garden plots for nearby community members to work and enjoy. The e4c Community Garden […]

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The MY BOOK project

E4C is launching an exciting new literacy initiative, in partnership with the Edmonton Public School Board, and E4C supporter, Sara Tharakan. Several years ago, Sara and her friends got together […]

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Gloria’s Story

“Living from paycheque to paycheque, you don’t realize how fast it can catch up to you. For a single woman it’s so easy to get caught up and to become […]

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Lifelong Lessons from the Kitchen

Thanksgiving and the upcoming holiday season conjure images of full tables surrounded by family– meals carefully prepared to be shared with loved ones. But for some Edmonton families, this time […]

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Sonia’s Story

The first few years of a child’s life are critical; bonds they develop and early experiences form the basis of emotional, social, physical and cognitive development. Children watch and learn […]

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The Masks of E4C WEAC

Art as a mode of communication. Art as a coping mechanism. Whatever the definition, art is a time when a person is present, engaged in creating and releasing. The series […]

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The Story of E4C Summer Snack

From preparation to delivery, the E4C Summer Snack Program is a story of people coming together to provide summer sustenance to children in Edmonton. Groups of volunteers visit E4C’s kitchen each […]

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Nutrients for Art’s Sake

E4C ArtStart’s Art Adventures program took a detour to the Alex Taylor School kitchen to learn about the art of making balanced snacks. Art Adventures is a free two week […]

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Danny’s Story

Danny joined E4C ArtStart when he was just 6 years old, meeting the youngest age requirement for ArtStart. Danny also has autism. His mother was looking for programming for Danny, […]

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