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TD Learning Naturally Needs Your Support!

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Through the TD Learning Naturally Program in Fish Creek Provincial Park, students learn about the wonders of the natural world and the importance of environmental conservation through programs like Insect Intrigue, Wildlife Cycles, Plant Communities, Wetlands, Tree Tales, the Fish Creek Family, Fish Creek Land Histories and Stories, and more.

This essential program has never been funded by the Provincial Government and its continuation is in jeopardy. The Friends of Fish Creek need your support in helping this program continue. Each programming day costs approx. $500 and enables 50 kids to learn about nature in Fish Creek Provincial Park. You can now support this program with a onetime donation of $20, $50, $100, $125, $250, $500 or another amount. Please consider this opportunity to enrich the life of a young person who otherwise would not have been afforded this opportunity. 100% of your generous donation will go directly to funding Learning Naturally and encouraging environmental stewardship in the next generation. You will receive a valuable tax receipt for your donation. 

Support TD Learning Naturally by making a one-time tax-deductible donation through PayPal.
You can also mail a cheque to:

Friends of Fish Creek ATTN: TD Learning Naturally

PO Box 2780 Calgary, AB T2P 2M7

Or bring cash or cheques to the Cookhouse at the Bow Valley Ranch, Fish Creek

Your Support Goes a long way! Choose a one-time donation to Support:

Just click Donate and enter the amount you would like to contribute

2 children: $20 

5 children: $50

10 children: $100

¼ of a program day: $125

Half of a program day: $250

One full program day: $500



Thank You for your support! Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $20 or more.

Many appreciative students send words of thanks to our TD Learning Naturally Coordinator, such as “Thank you for paying for my fieldtrip it was a great learning experience for my class and me. I had so much fun, I might go on a daily basis!” 

As Maria, a TD Learning Naturally student stated on her thank you card, “Dear Fish Creek Provincial Park, can you invite us again. I like Fish Creek Provincial Park.”