The Bohm-Meyer Group lovingly chooses to support the following charities. We truly believe in 'paying it forward' and giving back to the community. We invite you to learn more about our charities of choice. If you would like to get involved with one of these amazing organizations, please contact us.
Kiva - kiva.org
Kiva's mission is to connect people through lending for the sake of alleviating poverty. Kiva is the world's first person-to-person micro-lending website, empowering individuals to lend directly to unique entrepreneurs in the developing world. Many of the funds help women start their own businesses. Research and experience has demonstrated successful women contribute to building strong communities.
Winnifred Stewart Association - winnifredstewart.com
Since its establishment in 1953, WSA has evolved, grown, and empowered countless individuals with disabilities to discover their goals and dreams. Through exploration, experience, and sharing stories, Winnifred Stewart Association helps to facilitate meaningful relationships in order to build natural supports in an individual's chosen community. We support individuals with disabilities to realize their goals, and desires, and help to make the resources available and accessible for them to lead fulfilling lives.
Inner City High School - innercity.ca
Inner City High School offers Edmonton’s youth at risk and others an academic and arts-based alternative to the traditional school setting. Inner City High School is an independent school accredited by Alberta Learning. The school was created at the request of youth in our drama programs and provides youth with an alternative route to a high school diploma.
Students are the heart of our school. The students' voices and opinions are responsible for the school's structure and policies. The circle is the forum where students express their opinions, and participate in the operation of the school. Each school day begins and ends with a circle. Because the school is geared to meet the needs of its students, it is critical to operations that students attend and take part in the morning and afternoon circles. To meet this requirement and to graduate from high school students are expected attend on a regular basis. This usually involves a process of nurturing, flexibility, and for some, a few tries.