Let’s make tomorrow’s solutions happen today: Donate to ACEE

"When it comes to climate change, the antidote to despair is action." 
 Leah Buchanan, student at Queen Elizabeth High School, and former
Chair of ACEE's Alberta Climate Leadership Youth Network 


We invite you to support our Alberta youth, inspiring and lifting them to realize their potential and act to steward the environment. Will you be the solution to help advance environmental education? You can support ACEE through the following giving options or by contacting us directly:  


GIVE NOW – Your one time gift or gift in honour of a friend or loved one provides much needed funding to advance environmental education in Alberta. 


And, as a 2019 participating charity in Shaw Birdies for Kids presented by AltaLink, all donations will be matched up to 50% making your donation go even further!



GIVE Monthly - Your monthly gifts are the best way to provide much needed funding to advance environmental education in Alberta. Monthly giving provides ACEE the consistency it needs to be able to focus on educating today's youth to be tomorrow's environmental stewards.
Campaign specific funding, Jeff Reading Fund to Advance Environmental Education - This campaign reaches Alberta's 700,000 K-12 students. We've never had a better opportunity to advance environmental education in Alberta.

Estate Planning and Gifts of Securities and Mutual Funds - Leaving a legacy is one of the most valuable ways to help. Planned giving options provide income or potential savings now and in the future.



Corporate Donations and Sponsorships  - ACEE works closely with businesses who share our vision to advance environmental education in Alberta.



Winner of the prestigious Emerald Award for Public Education and Outreach, ACEE is the trusted charity for investing in Alberta’s environmental literacy and stewardship. Click here to see ACEE's finalist videohere to see our 2017 Impact, or here to see ACEE programs in action.

“Through ACEE’s program, students are learning about energy, environment, and their local community - and applying what they’re learning to the real world. It’s raising their learning to another level. In Pincher Creek, we have engaged the full spectrum of education between preschool and post-secondary!” John Taylor, Teacher, Livingstone Range School Division 

“The recommendation of the solar panels actually came from students themselves with the work that the Alberta Council for Environmental Education has been doing.” -  David Eggen, Education Minister, Government of Alberta, October 2016 

“Suncor invests in initiatives that build skills and knowledge, inspire innovation, and actively engage communities in collaborating for our energy future. For this reason we’ve made several grants to the Alberta Council for Environmental Education in the past, and have found them to be an excellent investment.” -  Lori Hewson, Director of Community Investment and Social Innovation, Suncor Energy Foundation 

"My experience with ACEE has been rewarding and empowering. I am continually impressed with your professionalism and warmth as you deliver all your programs. My team was amazed when they realized that ACEE has only four staff!" - Lisa Vandendool, Teacher, Vera M. Welsh Elementary School

"It is absolutely essential to have ACEE’s support as we work to create environmental stewards and to make the changes required to create a sustainable future." - Deb Rougeau-Bell, Consultant and former Principal, Rocky View Schools

"In my experience, ACEE provides valuable resources and services to the environmental education community in Alberta. ACEE is a professional organization that helps improve environmental education programs across the province.” - Krista Tremblett, Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development 

"Thank you again for providing these amazing opportunities for professional development for groups like ours.  You provide a wonderful and invaluable service… I hope you continue to operate for years to come so that educators can pass on their learning to fellow Albertans.” -  Laura Griffin, Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area, Calgary 






As a federally incorporated charity (business # 83043 5079 RR0001), ACEE relies on donations.

The Alberta Council for Environmental Education
911 Larch Place
Canmore, AB
T1W 1S5