After two consecutive years of virtual AGM’s, AHC held its 27th Annual General Meeting in a hybrid format on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. The event saw more than 70 participants both in-person and virtual gather to learn about the highlights of the year, the financials’, 2022 Board slate and more. As part of this event, guests were able to watch a video presentation showcasing the highlights of the past year. Both the print and video versions of the 2021/2022 Annual Report can be accessed via our publications page.
In 2021-2022, AHC provided support to more than 15,000 individuals, including families, youth and children. This could not be done without the leadership and commitment of our dedicated staff and network of 200+ volunteers.
The past year also saw a number of special initiatives and new programs including the Edmonton Covid-19 Rapid Response Collaborative (Mar-Dec 2021), the Edmonton Newcomer Zonal Outreach, the P.A.S.S program and Pathways to STEM for Racialized Immigrant Girls.
We have also built meaningful relationships with various stakeholders and partners in small towns to expand our support to the underserved newcomer population groups in those towns. We have also expanded to close to 80 program sites including partnerships with 26+ schools in rural Alberta (Lakeland area, Camrose, Leduc/Beaumont).
We are thankful to our funders, partners and stakeholders for their continued support and guidance to make 2021/2022 a successful year for us and we strongly believe that with their ongoing support we will be able to take on new challenges and help more people to successfully integrate into society.
View images from the event below.