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A Gift That Lasts Forever!

Since 1992, over $8.4 million has been distributed across the region to support vibrant, healthy, and caring communities!

We're Hiring

We are hiring a permanent, part-time Administrative Coordinator. If you want to be part of a super star team that is all about positive impact, send a cover letter and resume to admin@cfsea.ca.

Did you know?

Our annual Administration fee is only 1% of our Endowment Fund!

Heritage Club

Learn more about our Heritage Club and how you can make a difference in the lives that follow.

Vibrant, healthy, caring communities – today, tomorrow, forever!

We create meaningful connections between donors and local charities for the permanent benefit of Southeastern Alberta.

We Grow

CFSEA engages donors with causes they are passionate about to build permanent endowments.

We Give

CFSEA distributes investment earnings to a broad range of community initiatives.

We Inspire

CFSEA connects issues, convenes, partners and develops community-based solutions.

Recent News and Events

We’re Hiring: Administrative Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION Administrative Coordinator 0.5 FTE (20 hours/week) $18.00 - $21.00 per hour The Community Foundation of Southeastern Alberta serves the community by building permanently endowed charitable funds for the changing needs and opportunities of the...

Rod and Shirley Siegle

The Community Foundation supports donors who include CFSEA in their future plans as well as donors who choose to leave a living legacy. Rod and Shirley Siegle do both! They are Heritage Club Members and have a Smart and Caring Fund to support the community’s...

Play Ball!

The love of baseball and the dream to support youth, forever, was a driving force for John Ignatius to form a local Community Foundation in Southeastern Alberta. In 1996, John began a conversation with Lovell McDonnell, Medicine Hat Big League Baseball Manager, to...

Empowering Youth

In 1997, the Medicine Hat Youth Centre received a $35,000 grant from the Community Foundation to officially open their doors. The Youth Centre was established by a committee of youth who desired to see a place ‘for youth, by youth, where they don’t have to spend...