2008-09   REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
    Letter from Executive Director and Board Chair     4
    Board of Directors                                 5
    Inner City High                                    6
    Supporting Youth                                8-11
    Supporting Education                           12-15
    Supporting Health & Wellness                      16
    Fundraising                                       18
    Who Benefits from EOCF Funds                      20
    Financials                                        22
                                                           Ales Hemsky visits a young cancer patient during
2                                                          a visit to the Stollery Children’s Hospital. 3
LETTER FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR                                                                                                                                          2008-09 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                                                                                                                                                                                       Sam Abouhassan                       Doug Rutherford                    Patrick LaForge                      Bruno Muller                    Denise Carpenter                      Colin Eicher                         Michael Bobroff
                                                                                                                                                                                        Sam Abouhassan                     Corus Radio Edmonton            Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club        Caron Transportation System                EPCOR                           Eicher Corporation                         Rexall
In Oil Country, Oilers hockey ignites a passion and excitement that unites our communities. A common love of the game and devotion to the team brings fans                              Custom Clothiers

together each fall with anticipation for the upcoming season. Using that same energy, the Oilers have always made an effort to bring together the citizens of Oil
Country for more than hockey; to work collaboratively to improve and support our communities. Leading this charge is the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation
(EOCF) who, each year since 2001, has found innovative and engaging fundraising initiatives for fans to rally behind.

Every dollar raised by the EOCF is donated back to communities throughout Oil Country with over $1.5 million distributed last year alone. Naturally we are proud
of our efforts to raise those funds and distribute them to charitable organizations who support youth, education, and health & wellness, which is the core of our
EOCF model.

The Oilers players, management and staff all participate in the fundraising efforts of the EOCF and together create momentum that’s extremely powerful. The reason
we work together to culminate these significant donations is to reinvest in our communities. It’s what the Oilers have always done, and always will do. Simply put,
it’s the right thing to do.

Most importantly, all of this is possible thanks to Oilers fans who give generously allowing the EOCF to make a notable impact in Oil Country.

                                                                                                                                                                      Bruce Saville                        Natalie Minckler                  Linda Banister                       Doug Goss,QC                         Kevin Lowe                      Terry O’Flynn                          Heidi Pisani
                                                                                                                                                                       Saville Group                   Executive Director, EOCF              Banister Research &                  Bryan & Company                     Edmonton Oilers              Prism Flow Products                         Oilers Ladies
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Consulting Inc.                                                          Hockey Club
     Doug Goss, Q.C.                                     Natalie Minckler

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For kids who come from broken homes and lives               limited. A few rooms in the current facility must         Inner City High School, though some of the students
rooted in the street, finding something that’s constant     each serve many different functions, putting a strain     initially had a hard time understanding why these
and stable can be difficult – but vitally important. In     on and limiting this unique and necessary learning        players cared about them,” explains Doug Goss,
downtown Edmonton, the steadying force is a humble          environment.                                              Board Chair of the EOCF. “But they do it because
building called Inner City High School. Currently housed                                                              they believe in it.” As a testament to the connection
in the Boyle Street Community League, the school has        All that will soon change with the Edmonton Oilers        Oil Country has to its team, attendance at the school
become both a safe haven and a way out for many             Community Foundation’s (EOCF) commitment to               has gone up and remained steady since the EOCF
at-risk youth.                                              redeveloping Inner City High School.        With the      and Oilers became involved. “The EOCF obviously
                                                            assistance of Edmonton-based architects, Cohos            helps out enormously with funding,” says Dr. Cloutier.
Accredited by Alberta Learning, Inner City High School      Evamy, the EOCF is working to create a new school         “But I think the involvement the Oilers players have
offers youth an academic and arts-based focus–and           that will bring the hopes and dreams of its students      shown, demonstrates a lot about their character and
an alternative route to achieving a high school diploma.    to life. In short, providing a place for students of      compassion to ensuring everyone succeeds.”
Just as important, the school offers youth help with        divergent cultures and socio-economic backgrounds
everything from finding appropriate accommodation           to experience the empowerment that comes with a
to counseling, to food and medical care. Dr. Joe            high school education.
Cloutier – Inner City High’s Director – says the school’s
mandate has to be large in order to succeed. “Without       This facility has the potential to support Edmonton’s
taking care of their lives, as a whole, we have no hope     inner city youth on many levels. It will provide a safe
of giving them an education,” he says. “We are building     and inspiring place with a strong sense of community,
bonds of trust by saying ‘You don’t have to worry about     one that goes beyond basic education to address the

this anymore.” In some cases, the work will be nothing      many and complex needs of our youth at risk.                             NET PROCEEDS FROM THE EOCF’S WINNER’S
short of life-saving.                                                                                                                CHOICE LOTTERY ARE ALLOCATED TO THE
                                                            Oilers players have developed an affinity with the                       REDEVELOPMENT OF INNER CITY HIGH SCHOOL.
Currently, Inner City High School’s space is startlingly    school and its story. “The players have really embraced
                                                                                                                                                                                Inner City High School students receive donated
6                                                                                                                                                                               coats from Edmonton Oilers Captain Ethan Moreau.   7
Thanks to the generosity of Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oil Kings season seat holders across Oil Country, the Edmonton Oilers
Community Foundation was able to provide game tickets to the following registered children’s charities. These tickets gave children
facing extraordinary challenges, the chance to experience live Oilers and Oil Kings hockey at Rexall Place.
The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation issues tax receipts for the face value of the game tickets donated.

Athletes That Care Society                               Hope Mission Youth Shelter                                  Special Olympics St. Albert
Battleford Boys and Girls Clubs                          iHuman Youth Society                                        Spirit Keeper Youth Society
Battleford Indian Metis Friendship Centre                Inner City Youth Development Association                    Sport Central Association
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton                     Kidney Foundation of Canada                                 Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Red Deer                     Kids on Track Association of Edmonton                       Strathcona Boys & Girls Club
Bosco Homes                                              Kids Up Front                                               Terra Association
Boys & Girls Club of Leduc                               Kids with Cancer Society                                    The Rainbow Society of Alberta
Boys & Girls Club of Red Deer                            McMan Youth, Family & Community Services Association        Uncles & Aunts at Large (Edmonton Area) Society
Boys & Girls Club of Wetaskiwin                          Mountain Plains Family Services Society of Edmonton         YMCA of Edmonton
Boys & Girls Clubs of Edmonton                           Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre                      Youth Emergency Shelter Society
CASA – Child, Adolescent & Family Mental Health          P.A.C.E. Grande Prairie                                     Zebra Child Protection Centre Society
Children’s Heart Society                                 Paralympic Sports Association
Chimo Youth Retreat Centre                               Ponoka Youth Centre
Dunamis Education Society (Classrooms for Africa)        Renascence Homes Association
Edmonton Emergency Relief Shelter Society                Robin Hood Association
Edmonton Garrison Military Family Resource Centre        Ronald McDonald House

                                                                                                                                      IN 2008-09, OVER 7,000 TICKETS WITH
                                                                                                                                      A TOTAL VALUE OF OVER $206,000 WERE
                                                                                                                                      DONATED TO THE EOCF’S SEATS FOR KIDS
                                                                                                                                                                             Young Oilers fans enjoy the game courtesy of
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                                                                                                                                                                             donations to the EOCF’s Seats for Kids program.
In 2008-09, Edmonton Oilers Assistant Captain, Shawn Horcoff and his wife, Cindy, created Horcoff’s Heroes. They personally purchased
a block of tickets to 20 Oilers games throughout the season and graciously donated the tickets to children’s charities. Before these
games, children and their chaperones were given the opportunity to meet Shawn for autographs and pictures. Each child also received
a Horcoff’s Heroes t-shirt and a voucher for a pop and a hot dog at the game.

                                                                                                                                        DURING THE 2008-09 SEASON,
                                                                                                                                        260 CHILDREN PARTICIPATED IN
                                                                                                                                        THE HORCOFF’S HEREOS PROGRAM.
                                                                                                                                                                        Shawn Horcoff signs an autograph for a new
10                                                                                                                                                                      friend at Horcoff’s Heroes.                  11
ADOPT-A-SCHOOL                                                 SCHOLARSHIPS
New in 2008-09 the Edmonton Oil Kings Adopt a School           One of the EOCF’s pillars of support is expanding
program gave businesses and individuals in Edmonton the        educational opportunities for people in and around Oil
opportunity to provide Oil King tickets to a school of their   Country. To that end, EOCF provides a number of annual
choice in return for a tax receipt from the EOCF. Edmonton     scholarships through post-secondary institutions:
Oilers defenseman, Jason Strudwick, got on board when
                                                               NorQuest College - $10,000
he helped announce the Adopt a School initiative at his
former school, Holy Cross Elementary/Junior High.              University of Alberta - $10,000
                                                               NAIT - $10,000
                                                               Grant MacEwan University - $10,000

                                                                                                                               DURING THE 2008-09 SEASON, 251 COMPANIES
                                                                                                                               PARTICIPATED IN THE ADOPT-A-SCHOOL PROGRAM
                                                                                                                               ALLOWING THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN TO ATTEND
                                                                                                                               VARIOUS OIL KINGS GAMES.                     Jason Strudwick launches Adopt-A-School
12                                                                                                                                                                          at his former school in Edmonton.         13
SHARE A BOOK                                              ICE SCHOOL
Books stir the senses, inspire the imagination, and       The Edmonton Oilers ICE School program is a site-based
spark a love of reading that can last a lifetime; they    educational initiative that gives teachers and students the
are essential to lifelong development, and yet many       opportunity to move their classrooms into the fascinating
children from low-income families have no books or        world of Rexall Place and Northlands for an entire week.
very few books at home to call their own.                 Curriculum for the week is planned and implemented by
                                                          participating teachers, with the help of an ICE School
The EOCF Share a Book program is a literacy program       coordinator seconded by Edmonton Public Schools.
which gives children from low-income families the
opportunity to experience the magic and joy of reading    During 2008-09, 550 kids with 26 teachers from 24
at home by providing them with two new books and          classes and over 100 parent volunteers filled the ICE
their own book bag.                                       School classroom and had the chance to connect
                                                          learning with real life. During a year-long theme based
During the 2008-09 school year, the EOCF once again       around Teamwork, students met a variety of professionals
joined with the Edmonton Journal Raise a Reader           working at Rexall Place, learned about the mechanics of
Foundation to bring the Share a Book program to over      how the building transforms from one event to the next,
2,000 Grade One students, in classes from 66 schools      and visited the Northlands Network TV studio to learn
                                                          about productions. Students also got up close and
throughout Oil Country. For many children, these were
                                                          personal with the standard and thoroughbred racehorses
the very first books they had ever owned. The Share a
                                                          at Northlands, traveled down 118 Avenue discussing the
Book program ensures that joy of reading is not limited
                                                          work in a community to make change and some learned
to a student’s financial means by providing them with     about our deep baseball history by visiting TELUS Field.
books to call their own.                                  Not surprisingly, the highlight for many students was the
                                                          chance to learn about ice-making first hand – by skating
The EOCF was also an active participant in the annual     on Rexall Place ice!
Raise a Reader Day, with several prominent members
of the Oilers organization chipping in to sell Edmonton

                                                          ICE School is made possible through funding from the                 NOW IN ITS SEVENTH YEAR, OVER 3,500
Journal newspapers to raise funds for the program.        Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation and is operated
With your support, the campaign raised a total                                                                                 STUDENTS HAVE PASSED THROUGH THE
                                                          in cooperation with Northlands.
of $102,815.                                                                                                                   EOCF’S ICE SCHOOL PROGRAM.

                                                                                                                                                                     Zack Stortini reads to Grade One students
14                                                                                                                                                                   during the launch of Share A Book.          15
Throughout the season, the EOCF partners with Oilers players and their wives and girlfriends to produce a number of highly successful special
events. In addition to contributing many hours to their personal charitable interests, the Oilers Ladies help to ensure the success of many fundraising
events at Rexall Place. With your support, the Oilers Ladies raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charitable groups in our community.

                         Caps for Cancer                                                                St. Patrick’s Day Puck Surprise
                                                                                            PAT ’S D
                                                               raised over $180,000 in



                         support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and Kids with     K S PR
                                                                                               UR       raised over $40,000 in support of the Make-a-Wish Foundation Northern
                         Cancer Society. Fans purchased autographed pink and blue caps                  Alberta and The Rainbow Society of Alberta. Fans supported the event
                         to support the cause.                                                          by purchasing autographed pucks.

Edmonton Oilers Ladies

                         Shirts Off Our Backs,                       in support of the                  Oilers Favourite Things raised over $30,000
                         Edmonton Christmas Bureau, raised $50,000. This annual fan                     for the Edmonton Women’s Shelter – WIN House. Baskets of each
                         favourite campaign has been a Christmas tradition for over 20                  players’ favourite things were auctioned off throughout the season and
                         years.                                                                         included items like autographed jerseys, golf and fishing outings with
                                                                                                        Oilers players and gift certificates to players’ favourite restaurants.

                                                                                                                                               DURING THE 2008-09 SEASON, THE EDMONTON
                                                                                                                                               OILERS LADIES RAISED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS
                                                                                                                                               OF DOLLARS FOR CHARITABLE GROUPS IN OUR
                                                                                                                                               COMMUNITY.                                   The Oilers Ladies display hats they sold for the
16                                                                                                                                                                                          Caps for Cancer fundraiser at Rexall Place.        17
50/50                                                                                                WINNER’S CHOICE LOTTERY
With over 1.2 million tickets sold at Oilers home games, our 50/50 program continues to              In 2008-09, the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation
be one of the most successful fundraising opportunities in the NHL. While the EOCF also              launched an exciting and innovative concept in home lotteries
benefits from ticket sales, these 23 charities raised over $303,000 for their causes.                – Winner’s Choice Lottery. Winners had the option of choosing
                                                                                                     the prize or the cash on all major prizes. The Grand Prize was
Alberta Association for Community Living     Edmonton After School Care Association                  a fully furnished landscaped estate home or $2.5 million cash!
Alberta Diabetes Foundation                  Edmonton Regional Search & Rescue                       Winner’s Choice Lottery sold out, generating $1.8 million for the
Autism Society of Edmonton                   Elves Special Needs Society                             EOCF, including the redevelopment of Inner City High School.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Ponoka              Friends of Strathcona County Library
Bonnyville Centennial Centre “C” School      Girl Guides of Canada
Canadian Red Cross                           Glendon Agricultural Society                            COMMUNITY CORNER
Candora Society                              Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation             Game night auctions at Community Corner locations on the
Centra Cam Vocational Training Association   ISTAR – Institute for Stuttering Treatment & Research   main concourse and in the Edmonton Journal Club continue
Crohns & Colitis Foundation                  McMan Youth Family & Community Services Association     to provide Oilers and Oil Kings fans with the chance to bid on
CTV Good Neighbour Fund                      Uncles & Aunts at Large (Edmonton Area) Society         collectible, autographed sports memorabilia. Funds raised
Dreams Take Flight                           Winnifred Stewart Association                           through this initiative continue to support various Foundation

In addition, 50/50 ticket sales in 2008-09 also supported minor hockey, ringette and various
other hockey associations in and around the Edmonton area. A total of $606,449 was raised            ONLINE AUCTIONS
for the following groups:                                                                            The EOCF continues to host several online auctions throughout
                                                                                                     the season. These events feature many one-of-a-kind souvenir
Camrose Minor Sports Association             Friends of Ringette
                                                                                                     and collectible items not available anywhere else. In the past
CNN Spurs Minor Hockey Association           Mayerthorpe Minor Hockey Association
                                                                                                     year, these auctions raised over $155,000 for the EOCF.
Devon Minor Hockey Association               Redwater Minor Hockey Association
Drayton Valley Minor Hockey Association      Sherwood Park Minor Hockey Association
Edmonton Minor Hockey Association            Spruce Grove Minor Hockey Association
Edmonton Ringette Club                       St. Albert Minor Hockey Association
Elk Point Minor Hockey Association           Wetaskiwin Minor Hockey Association

Fort Saskatchewan Minor Hockey Association
                                                                                                                             DURING THE 2008-09 SEASON,
                                                                                                                             COMMUNITY CORNER RAISED
                                                                                                                             OVER $190,000 FOR THE EDMONTON
                                                                                                                             OILERS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION.                Ethan Moreau shaves his head at the Valentine’s
18                                                                                                                                                                       Hair Massecure in support of Cancer research.     19
WHO BENEFITS FROM EOCF FUNDS                                                                                                                                         HEALTH & WELLNESS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Drayton Valley Health Services Foundation             Operation Friendship Seniors Society
                                                                                                                                                                     Alberta Association for Community Living
In addition to the groups already mentioned, the EOCF supports a long list of organizations – either through cash or                                                 Alberta Cancer Foundation (Cross Cancer Institute)            Easter Seals Alberta                                  Oswego County SPCA
in-kind contributions – in and around Oil Country. These include:                                                                                                    Alberta Caregivers Association                                Edmonton Dream Centre                                 Paralympic Sports Association
                                                                                                                                                                     Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters                           Edmonton Emergency Relief Services Society            Parkland Search & Rescue Society
                                                                                                                                                                     Alberta Diabetes Foundation                                   Edmonton Garrison Military Family Resource Centre     Peace Area Riding for the Disabled Society
                                                                                                                                                                     Alberta Neurofibromatosis Association                         Edmonton Police Foundation                            Pilgrims Hospice Society
YOUTH                                                                                                  EDUCATION                                                     Alzheimer Society of Alberta and NWT
                                                                                                                                                                     Assoc. for Supported Community Connections of Spruce Grove
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Edmonton Regional Search and Rescue Association
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Edmonton Rodeo Benevolent Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ronald McDonald House - Northern Alberta
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation
630 CHED Santas Anonymous                         Girl Guides of Canada - Edmonton Area                                                                              Association Supporting Choices of People, Edson               Edmonton Wardrobe for Women in Need Association       Saskatchewan Parkinson’s Disease Foundation
                                                                                                       Alberta Conservation Society                                                                                                Edmonton Women’s Shelter Ltd. (WIN House)             Seniors Assisted Transportation Society (SATS)
ABC Headstart                                     Glenora Childcare Society                            Banff Community Foundation                                    Autism Society of Edmonton Area
Ace Bailey Children’s Foundation                  Gordon Russell’s Crystal Kids Youth Centre                                                                         Banff Sports Hall of Fame                                     Edmonton’s Food Bank                                  Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton
                                                                                                       Bonnyville Centennial Centre (Ice School)                                                                                   Elves Special Needs Society                           Shepherd’s Care Foundation
Alberta Foster Parent Association                 Heartland Youth Center                                                                                             Battlefords Union Hospital Foundation
                                                                                                       Centre for Family Literacy                                    Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society                        EmployAbilities Society of Alberta                    SKILLS Society
Bashaw Youth Foundation                           Jericho Youth Society (The VAULT Drop In Centre)     Clairmont Community School
Battleford Indian & Metis Friendship Center       KARA Family Support Centre Society                                                                                 Bissell Centre                                                Excel Society                                         South East Edmonton Seniors Association
Battlefords Boys and Girls Club                                                                        Concordia University College of Alberta                       Boundary Trails Health Center                                 Fort McMurray Family Crisis Society                   Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Assoc.
                                                  Kids Kottage                                         Edmonton Humane Society
Beaverlodge Daycare Society                       Kids on Track                                                                                                      Boyle McCauley Health Centre                                  Fort McMurray Victim Services                         Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton & Area                                                            Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers                       Breakfast Clubs of Canada                                     Glendon Agricultural Society                          Strathcona Christmas Bureau
                                                  Kids Up Front Foundation (Edmonton)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ponoka                                                                     Edmonton Public Library                                       Breakfast for Learning Alberta (Canadian Living Foundation)   Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation           Strathcona Sexual Assault Centre
                                                  Kids With Cancer Society
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Red Deer & District                                             Edmonton Symphony Society                                     Brighter Futures Family Resource Society                      Greater Edmonton Poppy Fund                           Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation
Bosco Homes                                       Londonderry Child Development Society                Fort Edmonton Historical Foundation                           Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation                             Habitat for Humanity Edmonton                         Suicide Information and Education Services
Boys & Girls Club of Leduc                        Make-A-Wish Foundation Northern Alberta              Fort McMurray Christian School                                Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Ontario Region            Hearts & Hooves Edmonton                              The Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths
Boys & Girls Club of Red Deer and District        Norwood Child and Family Resources Centre            Friends of Strathcona County Library                          Canadian Cancer Society - Edmonton                            High Country Recovery Centre                          The Eating Disorder Education Organization
Boys & Girls Club of Wetaskiwin                   PACE Grande Prairie                                  Friends of Wildwood Library Society                           Canadian Cancer Society - Fort McMurrary Unit                 High Level Community Policing Society                 The Good Samaritan Society
Boys & Girls Clubs of Edmonton                    Ponoka Youth Centre                                  Grande Prairie Public School District Education Fdn           Canadian Diabetes Association                                 Homeward Trust (Edmonton)                             The Kidney Foundation - Edmonton Chapter
Camrose & District Boys and Girls Club            Renascence Homes Association                         Grant MacEwan Community College Foundation                    Canadian Paraplegic Association (Alberta)                     Hope Haven                                            The Kidney Foundation of Canada - Red Deer & District
Canada Place Child Care Society                                                                        Inner City Youth Development Association                      Canadian Red Cross                                            Hope Mission                                          The Mustard Seed Edmonton
Canadian Rugby Union                              Right To Play
                                                  Robin Hood Association                               Junior Achievement of Northern Alberta & NWT                  Cancer Care Manitoba Foundation                               Horizons Centre                                       The Salvation Army - Prairie and Northern Territories Div.
Canadian Tire Association                                                                                                                                            Candora Society                                               Inner City Agencies Foundation                        United Way of Central Alberta
Cantilon Choral Society                           Scouts Canada Northern Lights Council                NAIT
                                                  Spirit Keeper Youth Society                          Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts                             Capital Care Foundation                                       Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research       United Way of Fort McMurray
CASA Child, Adolescent & Family Mental Health                                                                                                                                                                                      Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation                 United Way of Grande Prairie & Region
Children’s Heart Society                          Sport Central Association                            NorQuest College Foundation                                   Centra Cam Vocational Training Assoc.
                                                  St. Albert Day Care Society                          Old Strathcona Foundation                                     Central Alberta Special Equestrians                           Lakeland Centre for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder   University Hospital Foundation
Children’s Indoor Playground Society
Chimo Youth Retreat Centre                        Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada               Portage College                                               Central Alberta Women’s Emergency Shelter                     Lloydminster & District United Way                    University of Alberta - SHINE Clinic
Clearwater Boys & Girls Club                      Strathcona County Boys & Girls Club                                                                                Children’s Autism Services of Edmonton                        Lo-Se-Ca Foundation                                   Urban Manor Housing Society
                                                                                                       Project Adult Literacy Society (P.A.L.S.)
Dreams Take Flight                                Sunrise House - Grande Prairie Youth Emerg Shelter                                                                 Christmas Bureau of Edmonton                                  Lurana Shelter                                        Victim Services Unit - Sturgeon Region
                                                                                                       Rosebrier Community School Action Society                                                                                   Mayerthorpe Fallen Four Memorial Society              Voice for Hearing Impaired Children
Dreamspeakers Festival Society                    Sunshine Dreams for Kids - Edmonton Chapter          Spruce Grove Public Library                                   CNIB - Edmonton
Edmonton After School Care Association            Terra Association                                                                                                  Compassion House Foundation                                   McDougall House Association                           WestEnd Seniors Activity Centre
                                                                                                       University of Alberta - Augustana Campus                                                                                    McMan Youth, Family & Community Services Assoc.       Wetaskiwin & District Victim Services Society
Edmonton City Centre Church Corporation (E4C)     The Human League                                                                                                   Crime Stoppers Association of Edmonton & N. Alberta
                                                  The Rainbow Society of Alberta                       University of Alberta - External Relations                    Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of Canada (Edmonton)             Meals on Wheels                                       Wetaskiwin Health Foundation
Edmonton Inner City Children’s Project Society                                                         University of Alberta - Faculty of Native Studies
Erik Cole Dream Big Foundation                    Uncles & Aunts at Large (Edmonton Area) Society                                                                    CTV Good Neighbour Fund                                       Mountain Plains Family Service Society of Edmonton    Winnifred Stewart Association
Evan Ty Jenkins Pediatric Research Foundation     Wilderness Youth Challenge Program                   University of Alberta - Faculty of Phys. Ed. and Recreation   D.A.R.E. Unit                                                 Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada - Edmonton       YMCA Edmonton
Festival Place Society                            Youth Emergency Shelter Society                      University of Alberta - School of Business                    Diakonos Retreat Society - Edmonton Chapter                   Muscular Dystrophy Canada - Prairie Office            YWCA of Edmonton
Fulton After School Association                   Zebra Child Protection Centre Society                Victoria School Foundation for the Arts                       Dr. Margaret Savage Crisis Centre                             Northeast Community Health Centre

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FINANCIALS                                                                  2009                    2008
Lottery                                                                      $ 7,217                 $ 8,591
Game Night 50/50                                                               1,310                   1,130
General Fundraising                                                            1,117                     760
Community Corner                                                                 603                     620
Online Auction                                                                   224                     201
Interest Revenue                                                                 104                     117

TOTAL REVENUES                                                                10,575                     11,419

Lottery                                                                         5,384                     7,977
50/50 Prize Payouts                                                               680                       576
Community Corner & Auctions                                                       464                       465
General Fundraising                                                               199                       116
Legacy Project                                                                     39                        18
Administrative Costs                                                              207                       195

TOTAL EXPENSES                                                                  6,973                     9,347

EXCESS FROM OPERATIONS                                                          3,602                     2,072

Charitable Activities                                                           1,521                     1,207
ICE School                                                                         97                        92

EXCESS (DEFICIT) AFTER DISBURSEMENTS                                          $1,984                      $ 773

*majority of Excess allocated to Legacy Fund. Total Legacy Fund totals $3,949,104 as at June 30, 2009.

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