Gifts for Grandparents is here once again, as we have done in previous years, we will be collecting donations to create packages that will be delivered to isolated seniors in our community.  2023 marks the 15th year for Gifts for Grandparents, we couldn’t do this without the support from our community members, businesses, social groups, schools and so many others.  Thank you for your continued support.

Our requests have changed a little over the last couple of years, please take a look at our wish list, we will gratefully accept the following donations:
Lightweight blankets
Cookies
Chocolates
Candy (individually wrapped, including Diabetic candy)
Crackers
Large print crossword/word search books with pens
Gift card to Walmart, Superstore or any grocery store or cash
We ask that these items are smaller/individual sized items and not the large, oversized packages as these are too large for the seniors.

Drop Off Locations:
FSCA main office at 5409 50 Ave. (the building with the mural across from the Alpha Plant on Gaetz South)
Clearview Shoppers Drug Mart – 1 Chambers Ave.
Bower Place Shoppers Drug Mart – 4900 Molly Banister Drive
Village Mall Shoppers Drug Mart – 6320 50th Ave.
Carnival Cinemas – 5402 47 St.
Sobeys South – 2110 50 Ave.
*Last day for donations is December 13

This year more than ever seniors need a little Christmas Cheer, we thank everyone that has donated.  Merry Christmas to you from all of us at Family Services of Central Alberta.

If you have any questions, please contact 403-309-8215.

Contact Details

Main Office:

Family Services of Central Alberta
5409 - 50th Avenue
Red Deer, Alberta
T4N 4B7

Office Hours

Main Office:
8:30am – 4:30pm
Extended hours on Monday/Tuesday:
5:15pm – 8:00pm
Toll Free: 1-866-414-3722
Email us: fsca(at)fsca.ca

Park Plaza Intergenerational Centre

5214 - 47 Avenue, Red Deer
Visit by appointment only Phone: 403-967-0171

FSCA Play Space

Hours of Operation:
Monday & Thursday
9:30am – 12:00pm & various program times. 

Parkland Mall:  4747 - 67th Street, Red Deer
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