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Community involvements


Maxim Storage supports a number of organizations and programs in the Grande Prairie Community such as:

We partnered with Royal LePage Realty Group at their annual garage sale and helped raise $8000.00 for Odyssey House

STARS offers time, hope and life-saving transport to critically ill and injured patients.



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The primary purpose of the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Foundation is to enhance the quality of health care in our community by raising money for the priority and specialized needs of our Regional QEII Hospital.

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The Merv Crouse Coats for Kids Campaign is dedicated to serving low-income families in the Grande Prairie area.



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The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation has raised more than $9 million to become Canada's largest public foundation dedicated exclusively to funding women's shelters and violence prevention programs.


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South Peace Historical Restoration

- Big Toy Box (CJXX-Swan City Rotary)
- Bicycle Project (Swan City Rotary)
- Food Bank Drive (SalvationArmy-Swan City Rotary)



Every day in Grande Prairie, children and youth go hungry while in school. Since February 2003, the Grande Prairie Schools Snack Program has recognized the need for nutritious snacks to alleviate hunger and educate children about healthy lifestyle choices


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Great Things Happening at Nitehawk Recreation Area A jewel in the Peace Country is about to get even better. Hard to believe Nitehawk Recreation Area is run as a non-profit


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The Heart and Stroke Foundation is a volunteer-based health charity with a focus on the advancement of research and its applications, the promotion of healthy living and advocacy.


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It is official - The Grande Prairie Curling Club is the 2012 Extreme office makeover winner. Thank you for your support!


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It was meant to be an innocent nature walk when Al Lakusta set out in 1974 for a relaxing hike along the leafy banks of Pipestone Creek. As he strolled along, the last thing he imagined was that his casual adventure would create a chain reaction spanning decades. The young school teacher was entirely unaware that he was about to unwittingly kick off years of research culminating in the creation of a massive, world-class museum facility




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We also are supporters of The Finishing Touch Grad Society. They are a group that collects old grad dresses and refurbishes them to give to girls who can’t afford a grad dress. For the boys they do a fund raiser to rent them tuxes.




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