Healthy Heart Sleep Company has been fortunate to be able to help so many people treat their sleep apnea. We believe that we have a duty to help others. We are proud to support Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Canadian Humanitarian, and Hockey Calgary.
Canadian Humanitarian was founded in 2003, to help disadvantaged children, their families, and communities in Ethiopia break free from the cycle of poverty. They have helped many children obtain education and communities obtain clean water. These are things that we as Canadians take for granted, but for these communities these are life changing opportunities.
Healthy Heart Sleep Company is a proud sponsor of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). JDRF has been a global leader for over 40 years in research for finding cure for Type 1 Diabetes, and advocating for those with Type 1 Diabetes. JDRF is committed to improving the lives of every person with Type 1 Diabetes and to curing this disease.
Hockey Calgary Golf Tournament
This summer we were pleased to sponsor the Hockey Calgary golf tournament.
Canadian Humanitarian Hope For Tomorrow
We had the privilege of being a sponsor for Canadian Humanitarian event Hope For Tomorrow, held at the iconic St. Louis Hotel in downtown Calgary on November 16.
Great music and entertainment! Live and silent auctions were held. People had a lot of fun while raising money for a great cause!
Canadian Humanitarian helps underprivileged young people in Ethiopia break the cycle of poverty. Their help allows these young people become contributing members of society, and to help others in their communities.
Thank you to all of you who have supported us, because without you we would not be able to help such a great cause!
Ethiopia with Canadian Humanitarian
I am getting ready to head back to Ethiopia with Canadian Humanitarian. Canadian Humanitarian is a charitable organization started right here in Alberta. Their goal is to break the cycle of poverty in one generation through education and support. I had the chance to spend time with the kids in the program two years ago playing hockey, card games , and doing science experiments. I was humbled by how hardworking, grateful and motivated they are and I can’t wait to go back.