Support CPF Alberta

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With your cash donation: The Alberta Branch of Canadian Parents for French welcomes donations from its members and others. Income tax receipts are provided for all cash donations (registered charity #11883 5123 RR 0001). You may indicate, if you choose, that the donation be directed to a specific project. Simply mail your cheque to: CPF Alberta, 211 – 15120 – 104 Avenue NW, Edmonton AB T5P 0R5.

With your expertise, resources: Not everyone has time to give, but many have other things to offer, such as:

  • free or reduced-rate services (e.g., photocopying)
  • donating goods for a variety of purposes (e.g., raffle items, thank-you gifts, prizes)
  • sharing expertise in a particular field (e.g., auditing, volunteer development, publicity, computer support).

Through advertising: CPF Alberta offers two ways to reach parents, students, educators and others who are interested in French-second-language learning:

If you have any questions regarding advertising opportunities, contact our Executive Director, at [email protected], 780-433-7311 in Edmonton, 1-888-433-6036 from elsewhere in Alberta.

With your time: In any volunteer organization there are always hundreds of jobs to be done, from Provincial President to envelope stuffer. If you are interested in helping out at the local chapter or the provincial level, please contact either our branch office or your local chapter.

Nominations to the CPF Alberta Board of Directors:

Position Description Summary
President The role of the President is to:

  • be the official spokesperson for Canadian Parents for French, Alberta Branch.
  • preside at and establish the agenda for all Annual and Special General Meetings and meetings of the Board of Directors.
  • be an ex officio member of all committees except the Nominations Committee.
  • maintain regular contact with board members and committee chairs.
  • present to the Annual General Meeting on behalf of the Board of Directors an annual report concerning the affairs of the organization.
  • keep the Vice President informed of all concerns and activities.
  • be responsible for coordinating regular evaluations of Executive Director.
  • serve as Branch Delegate at Annual and Special General Meetings of Canadian Parents for French (national association).
Vice President The Vice President:

  • works closely with the President, keeping fully informed of Canadian Parents for French National and Alberta policies and programs.
  • chairs meetings and assumes other presidential duties in the absence of the President.
  • assumes any other tasks that may be assigned from time to time by the Board of Directors.
Director It is the responsibility of the Board of Directors to:

  • uphold the bylaws
  • ensure that resolutions passed by the membership are carried out
  • set policies which reflect the purpose of the organization and monitor activities to ensure compliance with those policies
  • seek the funds necessary to carry out the organization’s activities
  • monitor the expenditure of funds
  • ensure organizational continuity

Individual Directors also take on specific roles, such as Secretary, Treasurer or Committee Chair.

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