Tomorrow's EDGE/ Tomorrow’ Edge 2016 Program

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This year: Internships and travel opportunities are being planned.

Phase Updates

Tomorrow’ Edge 2016 Program Update 2

Sir John Franklin High School, from Yellow Knife NWT, is leaving for Kenya to open the kitchen and dining hall they helped fund. Trip beings on March 4th click here to read the blog

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Tomorrow’ Edge 2016 Program Update 1

Ranya Sutherland, long-time supporter of ABW as well as a part of the EDGE 2015 Trip to Kenya, has been organizing and supporting ABW fundraisers for years. Below is a short video that she created to promote the kick-off of their fundraiser for St. Anne’s. Burnsview’s 30 Hour Famine is a student-run initiative to raise

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Phase at a Glance

Tomorrow’ Edge 2016 Program

$20,000 goal

$20,000 raised

Phase Objective

Project Leader: acting as advisors for students: Rob Weich, Eric Rajah, and Dr.Cathy Wright

Major Donor: Philanthropists Cathy and Harold Roozen of Edmonton have been investing in Education and Health for Albertans for many years . Their passion to recognize and train leaders for tomorrow has helped us offer greater opportunities for students.

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Tomorrow’ Edge 2014 Program

This year, internships, awards, and travel opportunities for students

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Tomorrow’s Edge 2018

  • Internship Program (filled)
  • Student Training (filled)
  • Humanitarian Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Conference

– Inviting 60 high school students for one weekend of intensive training and inspiring humanitarian leadership workshops

– Expected outcome: to give the necessary tools and inspiration needed for students to create humanitarian projects locally and globally

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