Mothers Against Drunk Driving


This event involves the consumption of alchol. Please enjoy responsibliy.

Edmonton Hash House Harriers


International Red Dress Links & Info

Moments-in-Digital has generously donated their photography services to "shoot" the 2009 Red Dress Run.

Marv Machura and the Marv Machura Group

Generously donated a live music dance performance to the 2009 RDR!


Click here to find out more about the music of Marv Machura and the Marv Machura Group

Community Options

Community Options is a non profit, charitable organization that has been active in Edmonton for 34 years. Their vision is to build Strong Families for a Strong Community. The organization strives to be a leader in the provision of inclusive, quality programs and services for children and families. The priority is the well being of children, families and the community. They offer several programs, all in the Inglewood area. They also operate a daycare, an out of school care and a preschool program, serving a total of about 100 families.

Concrete Theatre

The 2012 Charity was

Our fundraising subsidized the production of the play “are we there yet”? These performances are held at schools around Edmonton and in nearby communities. It is “art with a message”. It helps 9th grade students explore and communicate about boundaries, relationships related to sex. It conforms to the Alberta Sex Ed guidelines. As a part of the performance a sex ed teacher travels with the show to answer questions, materials are provided to teachers to support or answer questions after the event. Schools must pay about $400 per session, our funds will offset the remaining costs. Follow this link for more information: www.concretetheatre.ca

Youth Empowerment & Support Services

The 2013 RDR Charity was the Youth Empowerment & Support Services

Funds raised from the Edmonton Hash House Harriers' 20th annual Red Dress Run will support Edmonton based Youth Empowerment & Support Services (YESS), an important not-for-profit organization that supports Edmonton youth facing difficult realities with services that range from emergency shelter to longer- term residential programs and personalized guidance and support.

Proceeds from this year's event will support the introduction of an innovative Trust Based Relational Intervention Program providing the YESS' youth workers with valuable training on an approach that has proven to help struggling kids overcome the effects of trauma, neglect and abuse to become self-supporting, contributing members of our community.

Camp fYrefly

Camp fYrefly is Canada's only national leadership retreat for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-identified, two-spirited, intersexed, queer, questioning, and allied youth. The camp, which was founded in 2004 by Dr. André P. Grace and Mr. Kristopher Wells, is designed to help youth develop the leadership skills and resiliency necessary for them to become change agents in their schools, families, and communities.

deVine Wines and Spirits

deVine Wines and Spirits

The Zebra Child Protection Centre

Edmonton’s Zebra Child Protection Centre, the first centre of its kind in Canada, enables our community to respond to child abuse with a professional, compassionate and highly integrated program of healing and justice.

The Edmonton and Northern Alberta Chapter of the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation




The Odyssium


The Support Network


The Youth Empowerment and Support Services Society

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