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Vivo for Healthier Generations Society — Quick View


Registration no.:
883082117 RR 0001
Charity status:
Registered
Effective date of status:
2010-04-16
Designation:
Charitable organization
Website:

Reporting period views


Reporting period ending: 2014-12-31

Programs and activities:

Ongoing programs: 1.Campus Calgary 'Healthy Living' School sponsored by Cenovus Energy in partnership with the Calgary Board of Education. Over 550 students engaged to experiential,hands-on learning outside the classroom and participated in our research study measuring physical literacy before. during and after school. The program tests and validates new teaching practices and environments supporting less sedentary behavior in an educational setting. 2.Fee Assistance program supported over 1,500 children,youth and adults to participate in structured and unstructured play,sport,and active living opportunities. 3.Play Ambassadors facilitate spontaneous active play opportunities and provide resources for family bonding in the community. Over 5000 families are now making a habit of playing in their own backyards. 4.Through the Cardel Kids puppetry program children learn about self-esteemhealthy body image,active play,healthy eating resuting in empowered families and local schools with increased knowledge and resources to put healthy living into practice at home and in the classroom. 5.Phase 2 of the Child and Youth Action Research project in Collaboration w

New programs: 1. The research and innovation arm of our business conducted discovery sessions,including one on creating supportive environments at school.at work,athome and at play,to inform the development of new initiatives in 2015. 2. With the Canadian Tire Jumpstart Fee Assistance Program over 60 childrenand youth participated for the first time in life-skills and enrichment programs. 3. The Raise the Bar Leadership Roundtable,a pioneering social innovation session,brought together leaders across sectors in Alberta to explore new ways to working together differently across environments that touch people where they live,work,learn and play. Participants from recreation,government charitable priests,health,science,business and education sectors gathered to list,learn and forge a shared agenda for working together.


Total revenue: $11,118,969.00


Total expenses: $10,663,134.00


Compensation

  • Total compensation for all positions
    $5,670,234.00
  • Full-time employees
    37
  • Part-time employees
    273
  • Professional and consulting fees
    $414,818.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$40,000 to $79,999
3
$80,000 to $119,999
3
$120,000 to $159,999
3
$160,000 to $199,999
1

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