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Contact for media inquiries for Calgary


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Contact for media inquiries for Calgary


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Contact for media inquiries for Red Deer


Colleen Bourque

Contact for media inquiries for Medicine Hat


Tristyn Wilm

Contact for media inquiries for Edmonton


Leanna Wereley

Contact for media inquiries for Kamloops


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Recent Press Releases

May 2, 2022

The Mustard Seed Expands Its Health and Wellness Programs

Calgary, AB – It’s Mental Health Week and The Mustard Seed is Expanding to Provide Health and Wellness Programs in Its other locations. The Mustard Seed has been offering Health and Wellness Services from its Downtown Calgary location for over five years. In response to the needs of those in our other cities, we are adding services or opening clinics at Mustard Seed locations in Edmonton, Kamloops, Medicine Hat, and Red Deer.

Mar 8, 2022

H&R Block Partners with The Mustard Seed to Provide Free Tax Clinic to Vulnerable Canadians

Calgary, AB – The Mustard Seed has again partnered with H&R Block’s Returning Hope Program beginning March 14-26th, 2022. In its sixth year and now in 13 cities across the country, the Returning Hope Program with H&R Block provides low-income and vulnerable Canadians with a free tax clinic to access their tax refund and government credits and benefits.

Feb 7, 2022

Virtually Experience the Coldest Night of the Year

Join The Mustard Seed and thousands of Canadians as we come together for this year’s 11th annual Coldest Night of Year fundraiser. Since 2011, individuals and groups across the country have been raising money to end homelessness in our cities.

Jan 5, 2022

The Mustard Seed receives an $18,000 Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund grant to support Indigenous Wellness

Calgary, AB – The Mustard Seed is excited to announce an $18,000 grant from the Bell Let’s Talk Community Fund. The grant will support the organization’s innovative Indigenous Wellness Program. In Calgary, 30% of The Mustard Seed’s clients identify as Indigenous, and many struggle with mental health issues influenced by intergenerational trauma and ongoing oppression and discrimination.