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C-Byte is committed to supporting and participating in local community services. Below is just a sampling of some of the ways in which C-Byte employees give back to the community.

Each year Walmart, along with help from different community organizations, sponsors an event called “ChildSpree”. Because of the many people who donated money and time for this event, approximately 60 children from the Boys & Girls Club were treated to a Saturday back-to-school shopping blitz at WalMarts's Department Stores. Volunteer chaperones were paired with each child, given $100 of funny money, and permitted entrance into the store before normal business hours. Each volunteer was given a list of sizes and “wishes” to assist the child with the purchase of school clothes and shoes. Thanks to many C-Byte employees who either volunteered as a chaperone or donated money to this event, many children had the wonderful opportunity to purchase school clothing who could not have afforded this without the ChildSpree event.

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Coats for Kids
Sponsored by the Salvation Army, the “Coats for Kids” program is held at C-Byte each winter. This program collects new and donated coats as well as other winter clothing for families in need. This past year over 100 items were collected for homeless families.

Sharing Tree
C-Byte Sharing Tree is an annual holiday gift-giving program which helps serve the needs of children at St. Mary Boy's Home, Alberta “Insights Teen Parent Program,” and Calgary Teen Parent Program.

Toy & Joy Maker
In addition to the C-Byte Sharing Tree, employees can also contribute to the Fire and Rescue Toy and Joymakers program by dropping an unwrapped book or toy in the barrels provided on the C-Byte campus.

Adopt a Family
During the holiday season and throughout the year C-Byte employee teams, departments or individuals participate in community giving by providing for families in need. Toys, food, clothing and supplies are some of the gift items provided. Agencies which sponsor these families are Project Network, Salvation Army, and the Calgary Community Action Shelter.

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Special Olympics
Special Olympics was founded as a day camp for people with mental retardation. The program now provides year-round sport training, conditioning and competitions for over 5,000 local athletes in 17 sports.

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targets young people between 6 and 18 to improve their lives by building skills, self-esteem and positive values during critical periods of their development. C-Byte donations helped the Boys & Girls Club start a computer resource lab in Calgary and continue a jobs exploration lab in Calgary.

Teen Parent Program
The Alberta Human Development Corporation Teen Parent Program provides a variety of social services to pregnant and parenting teen mothers and their children. Services include case management, support groups, home visiting programs and a mentoring program. C-Byte volunteers donate their time to mentor teen moms and assist the program leaders with activities and outings, provided for moms and their children.

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