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Lockdowns Community Giving Page


October 2022 - Raised $3941.79

The Haunted Escape - Return of the Headless Horseman.

2022 we had 526 players that came out and braved our scary Haunted Escape, 20 volunteers in the community that put on a great event with the support of our sponsors Lockdown Design, Trueline Homes, Riverside Developments, Kraze 101.3, Harvard Media, Tiger Tan Developments, Budget Signs and Utorque.

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March 2023 - Donated 300.00

VR Escape - $200.00 
Real Life Escape - $100.00

The Red Deer Royals are hosting the Marching Show Band Classic 2023 featuring the best of Western Canada’s Marching Show Bands, including our own “Worlds” Gold Medal Winning RED DEER ROYALS! Each band will perform a choreographed field show presentation. The Red Deer Royals will be premiering their field show for 2023 “HIGH OCTANE”. 

The event will be held on Sunday, June 4, 2023 from 1:00-3:30 PM at Setters Place. The Classic is open to the general public and admission is $10 per person. There will be a 50/50, raffle items, and a silent auction. Come enjoy an afternoon of World Class Family entertainment!

May 2023 - Donated 142.00

VR Escape - $100.00
Real Life Escape - $42.00

SSCS strives to inspire faith, Develop wisdom, and equip students for service in a setting where they can experience the love of god. one of the best ways to see, experience and learn about god is through nature. This year the funds we receive from our spring Gala will go towards the version of, "Not All Classrooms have Four Walls" and Operating costs.


July 2023 - Donated 140.00

VR Escape - 140.00

As a non-profit, the CACPC has a diverse funding mode with fees for specialized services such as CPTED training courses, CPTED Assessments, plus grants, sponsorship, donations, three trademark fundraising events, and the sale of crime prevention merchandise such as graffiti removal products, personal alarms, bike shields and microdot property kits.

OUR VISION: To be recognized as the leading resource centre for crime prevention in Central Alberta.

OUR MISSION: To engage, educate and empower citizens to increase community safety​.

OUR CORE VALUES: Collaboration, Professionalism, Innovation

January 2024 - Donated 150.00

Our diverse demographics have created opportunity and challenge. This school year brought specific impacting challenges surrounding a substantial enrollment increase (from an anticipated enrollment of 156 to 234), significantly higher class sizes and complex needs and new teacher hires. Fairview continues to provide high quality learning opportunities for our students. While well supported by our District with staffing, the funds to secure resources, classroom materials, field experiences, etc are challenging to say the least. At our school, basic human needs continued to be a concern. Food, shelter, mental health services, job loss, language acquisition and Newcomer transitions are often barriers to success.

March 2024 - Donated 75.00

The Red Deer Rustlers have a long history of competitive spring hockey teams in Central Alberta. The purpose of this program is designed to allow young, highly skilled hockey players to develop and play in a peer group of similarly skilled players.

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