Elves Special Needs Society

Awards

Best Energy Performance – City of Edmonton Change for Climate Building Energy Benchmarking Program

Winner – K-12 School Category- 2019/2020

Elves Special Needs Society was awarded as the Runner Up for Best Energy Performance in the K-12 School Category under the City of Edmonton Building Energy Benchmarking Program, a program in which improves building energy efficiency and contributes to significant energy savings and greenhouse gas reduction by providing owners with information about their own building. 

 

Best Energy Performance – City of Edmonton Change for Climate Building Energy Benchmarking Program

Runner Up – K-12 School Category- 2018/2019

Elves Special Needs Society was awarded as the Runner Up for Best Energy Performance in the K-12 School Category under the City of Edmonton Building Energy Benchmarking Program, a program in which improves building energy efficiency and contributes to significant energy savings and greenhouse gas reduction by providing owners with information about their own building. 

2011 Mayor’s Award for Outstanding Service

Cristina Molina, Previous Executive Director of Elves Special Needs Society, was award the 2011 City of Edmonton Mayor’s Award in the category of Outstanding Service. Cristina has her Masters in Social Work and was Elves’ Executive Director for over 20 years before she retired in 2013.

2007 Award Winning Design

In 2007, Elves was honoured with the Mayor’s Award for Universal Design in Architecture. The award was presented to Elves for the addition to its Adult & Youth Centre. The building design was effectively equipped and functional for persons with disabilities.

This award demonstrates both our fiscal effectiveness and our great community support. The volunteers who generously contributed their time and expertise to the facility were one of the key factors in the success of this project. This is a great example of some of the many ways the community has reached out to support our organization.

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