Who We Help

We provide services for mothers of young children (at least one child in the home age 5 or younger) affected by short-term or life-changing illness, injury or adversity. In addition, we offer support to new mothers as they adjust to motherhood and bond with their new baby. The number of mothers that we are able to assist depends on the resources available from our volunteer group at any given time. We will do our best to provide assistance to as many mothers and children as possible.

If you require our assistance, please complete the form on our Contact Us page.


Situations might include, but are not limited to:
  • mothers struggling through postpartum depression
  • families affected by cancer or other life-threatening illnesses
  • families whose children have severe childhood illness or special needs
  • the hospitalization of a child or parent
  • mothers and children who have left a situation of abuse
  • families transitioning from a homeless shelter into Calgary housing
  • loss of home due to fire or flood
  • new immigrants to Calgary/Canada
  • loss of job and families struggling financially
  • birth of multiple babies
  • pregnant and parenting teen mothers
  • supporting single mothers attending school
  • parents with children who are struggling after the death of their spouse

“Courage doesn’t always roar.  Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says
I’ll try again tomorrow.”
~ Mary Anne Radmacher