The Cinderella Project helps Calgary Board of Education teens in need realize their dreams for high school graduation. Our program is discreet, and celebrates the diversity and educational achievement of our youth.
See our Cinderella flatsheet for more information.
The CBE extends its appreciation for all donations of gently used graduation appropriate dresses and shoes for the Cinderella Project.
We are no longer accepting dress and shoe donations for this school year. Please revisit this site in the Fall for updated information on how to donate.
For inquiries regarding financial donations, or donations involving tax receipts, please contact CBE Corporate Partnerships at email@example.com.
The Cinderella Project relies heavily on the dedication of our many volunteers. Although many individuals return to volunteer with the event, at times the Cinderella Project is looking for individuals interested in supporting this initiative. We have completed our volunteer drive for the 2019 Cinderella project. Please visit this site after September 30, 2019 for information on volunteering with the Cinderella Project in 2020.
Please note as per CBE Administrative Regulation 5003 – Volunteers, all adult volunteers are required to have a CBE Volunteer Security Clearance completed, including vulnerable sector search. Information regarding this process will be provided to selected volunteers.
Thank you to our generous sponsors:
- Kinette Club of Calgary
- EducationMatters & Anonymous Donors
- Shoppers Drug Mart
- Martinizing by Stephen Cleaners
- The House of Mirrors
- Sunterra Markets
- Jamberry Nails
- Blissful Bridal
- Dream Weddings
- All of our individual donors: Jennifer Harris, Nancy Biltek, Vaughn Hansen, Dr. Sharon Crozier and Allan Crozier, Darlene Unruh, Kim Alladin, Corrie Chalifoux, Karen Durbeniuk, Brenda Heater, Elsie Pankratz, Lori Dyck, Leandra Fraulin, Martin Makulowich, individual dress donors and our many anonymous donors.