With a common goal of creating a vibrant city, the unique relationship between the EFCL, the City and community leagues goes back almost 100 years.
The EFCL was a successful recipient of a CFEP grant from the Alberta Government. Funded through the Alberta Lottery Fund, the Community Facility Enhancement Program helps to enhance the quality of life and well-being of communities across the province.
The EFCL is a proud supporter of the Edmonton Heritage Association, one of Canada's largest multicultural festivals, and welcomes the support of the association with the 100th project.
Thanks to the Edmonton Heritage Council and the Alberta Government, the EFCL completed a major research project capturing the history of the EFCL and community leagues, as part of the 100th Anniversary Project.
The federal government of Canada has been a long time supporter of the community league movement and has stepped up as a major supporter of the 100th Anniversary Plaza Project. We are excited to partner in an effort to celebrate volunteerism and facilitating community engagement.
All 157 of the individual Community Leagues have committed to support the 100th Anniversary Plaza Project. As a collective, we are grateful for the past 100 years and are excited for the next 100.