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Community Involvement As A Downtown Edmonton Hotel

Campus Tower Suite Hotel is committed to having a positive impact in the community where we do business and to preserving the places where our guests and ambassadors, work, live and play.  

Our hotel is engaged in many related projects on a local level and support a wide variety of organizations through sponsorship and in-kind donations.  Beyond simply sponsorship and donating financially, we are also actively engaged through ambassador volunteerism and fundraising.


February & September

Leaders and Ambassadors helped to serve lunch and socialize at Operation Friendship Seniors Society. Operation Friendship Seniors Society is a non-profit society that provides community-based preventative social services to the seniors over the age of 55 to Edmonton’s inner city population.  They provide safe, affordable non-institutional housing options.  In September 2016, we collected and donated cups to the Cups of Compassion program.

March & December

Leaders and Ambassadors spent the afternoon baking treats for the families at RMH. Ronald McDonald House goal is to maintain a comforting and caring environment for families, where they can feel supported and can focus on the well-being of their children.  Volunteers help maintain a warm and welcoming environment where families can truly feel at home.  The house has 32 bedrooms and they help close to 900 families per year.


Leaders and Ambassadors helped prepare, serve lunch and clean at Hope Mission. Hope Mission is a non-profit agency who cares for impoverished and homeless people in the city of Edmonton.  Basic and emergency care is provided to over 800 people daily as well as counseling and referral support.  Emergency shelter and meals are provided to those in need.


Leaders and Ambassadors prepared and delivered special gift baskets to the women staying at Sorrentino’s Compassion House. Sorrentino’s Compassion House is a haven for women battling cancer.  Warm, inviting and modern, guests discover a safe and quiet place where they can come together and focus on what matters most.


Leaders and Ambassadors spent an afternoon removing litter from in the area around the hotel at 111th & 112th streets and 86th & 87th Avenues.  Edmonton residents love their clean, litter-free parks, streets and neighborhoods.  Each year, citizens, community groups and businesses work with the litter-reduction and prevention programs at Capital City Clean Up to make Alberta’s capital city sparkle.


Leaders and Ambassadors volunteered their morning to organize and pack hampers at the Food Bank.  Edmonton’s Food Bank is a charitable organization that raises food and funds from our community for our community.


Leaders and Ambassadors volunteered their afternoon to provide assistance in the preparation of home delivered meal and food services. Meals on Wheels - Edmonton  provides home delivered meal and food services and related programs which promote the health, well- being and independence to a diverse mix of people.


Leaders and Ambassadors volunteered their time to prepare and deliver Halloween pumpkin baskets filled with treats and sticker books. The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation gives the sickest kids, anywhere in the world, the best chance to live a long and healthy life.


Campus Tower extended their support and decorating knowledge to the 2016 Festival of Trees helping bring Canada’s first Stroke Ambulance to the University of Alberta Hospital. The University of Alberta Hospital is one of Canada’s leading clinical, research and teaching hospitals treating more than 700,000 patients annually from across western and northern Canada.