Northeast Edmonton
Community Board

Check out some of the programs and events happening in Northeast Edmonton, hosted by some of our community partners and organizations.

AYP Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities
If you are interested in being a volunteer with us, please fill out the form below!
Career Opportunities

Visit our Indeed Page to see our recent Job Postings.

Candora Employment Programs

For over 30 years, Candora is the positive change serving Edmontonians, living in the Beverly, Abbottsfield and Rundle area. By providing community-based programs, we strive every day to end the isolation of poverty and to reach out to those in need.

Kara Family Resources

Kara provides free educational programming, groups, and events designed to create positive outcomes for children and their families throughout the Edmonton area. KARA is a Spoke of the North Central Edmonton FRN (Family Resource Network).

Norwood Virtual Parent Education Groups

Norwood Child and Family Resource Centre recognizes the parent as the expert of their family’s well-being. Our programs and services draw from families’ strengths to support optimal child development. You are your child’s first teacher and we are here to support you!

YEG Youth Connect

YEG Youth Connect is an annual, one-day event that exists to connect youth, ages 13-29, who are experiencing homelessness, or at risk of experiencing homelessness, with the resources they need to turn their lives around.

The Family Centre

The Family Centre is a safe space for all ages, cultures, ethnicities, experiences, gender expressions, gender identities, religions, and sexual orientations. They offer course, group therapy, and counselling to those in need.

Check out their website to learn more!

Edmonton Public Library (EPL)

Reading Buddies is an EPL program designed to provide meaningful and rewarding volunteer opportunities to teens between the ages of 13 and 17 years of age. Teen mentors (Big Buddies) are matched with children in Grades 2 to 4 (Little Buddies) to help promote and develop a joy of reading at an early age. Through literacy-centered interactive games, activities and partnered reading, teen mentors work with their buddies to help encourage kids to become more enthusiastic readers. The focus of the program is having FUN, reading and participating in reading related activities. It is not intended to be a tutoring program.

Newcomer Youth Referral Resources

The attached document is a list of resources compiled by so many awesome organizations in Edmonton. 

Hope Mission Family Supports

Abbottsfield Youth Project

Plant the seeds and watch them grow.


The AYP Monthly is sent on the 1st of every month (excluding weekends and holidays).


Check out some of the programs and events happening in Northeast Edmonton, hosted by some of our community partners and organizations

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