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A generation of hope

After a year of isolated online learning, nature camp at FortWhyte gave kids an opportunity to connect. It's all made possible by donors like you.

Volunteer Spotlight: Joy

Thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers, members, and partners, it's possible for more visitors to get up close with nature in many different ways — like Joy, one of FortWhyte Alive's most passionate volunteers.

Volunteer Spotlight: Lisa

Thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers, members and partners, it's possible for more visitors to get up close with nature in many different ways — like Lisa, one of FortWhyte Alive's eager, young volunteer Camp Counsellors.

Volunteer Spotlight: Neil

Thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers, members and partners, it's possible for more visitors to get up close with nature in many different ways — like Neil, FortWhyte Alive's resident "bike guy".

Volunteer Spotlight: Gary Brown

Thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers, members and partners, it's possible for more visitors to get up close with nature in many different ways — like Gary Brown, one of FortWhyte Alive's most dedicated volunteers.

You help keep nature accessible

This year, FortWhyte needs your support more than ever to continue to inspire the next generation. Help us reach our goal with a donation to keep nature accessible for all.

“We are still contributing to the world.”

Connecting with nature is an important step to finding a sense of place and hope in the world. Because of your contributions, people from all walks of life experience outdoor recreation opportunities - like Blair and Anne, volunteers since 2014.

Volunteer Spotlight: Lou Boisjoli

Thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers, members and partners, it's possible for more visitors to get up close with nature in many different ways — like Lou Boisjoli, who has found a sense of community by volunteering at FortWhyte Alive.

“It has been wonderful to watch Tessa’s confidence and strength grow.”

Thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers, members and partners, it's possible for more visitors to get up close with nature in many different ways — like Tessa, who is learning about the world at Forest School.