We can all help the community together.
Canada West Association of Elites is a group of young professional based in Vancouver, B.C. We empower professionals to develop knowledge & skills successfully.We work towards building stronger communities, neighborhoods, and economies. We are committed in saving lives by supporting groups that creates awareness and fights diseases.
Canada West Association of Elites is a humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.We serve all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. We support different groups that fight diseases because we want a cure, prevention and to create awareness.We believe in a full solution to poverty and injustice.
Our mission is that we envision a nationwide social movement led by everyday people and inspired by the conviction that we can create a society in which everyone has enough to thrive and achieve their full potential.We provide emergency assistance to children and families affected by disasters and conflict, partner with communities for long-term solutions to alleviate poverty, and advocate for justice on behalf of the poor.
Canada West Association of Elites supports the fight against Alzheimer, Autism and Cancer.
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Thank you for supporting our journey to fight Alzheimer’s disease.
This year our team have committed to participating in the Walk for Alzheimer’s because the Alzheimer Society provides essential programs and services that work to effectively alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias within our community.
By making a donation to us, you are helping the Alzheimer Society to continue its important work towards a world without Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Thank you again for your kind and generous support.
Canada West Association of Elites participate in Autism Speaks Canada Walk because Walk dollars make an impact on the autism community.
As the prevalence of autism continues to rise, it’s more important than ever to fund research and services so that people with autism have the opportunity to meet their full potential. In fact, Walk dollars have gone towards training Early Childhood educators, helping newly diagnosed families navigate the health care system, and young adults learning skills to help them find jobs – and that is just to name a few.
Here are some of the things that we’ve learnt about autism in the last 10 years…
Autism can be reliably diagnosed by age 2.
High-quality early intervention does more than develop skills.
One third of children and adults with autism are nonverbal.
Most adults with autism (84%) remain living with their parents.
Over 80% of adults with autism are unemployed.
There’s still so much more to learn…and you can help.
By making a donation and supporting my efforts, you are making a difference to the autism community.