About Our Chapter
Across Canada, too many boys and girls do not have a bed of their own- or even a pillow – to sleep on. Approximately 2% of children in Canadian communities sleep on the floor or in the beds of their parents. Providing each child with a comfortable bed improves their sleep quality and restores dignity to families.
Sleep in Heavenly Peace Canada is a group of volunteers dedicated to building, assembling and delivering bunk beds to children and families in need. Our organization is new to Canada and is fully supported by SHP USA. The U.S. team began building beds in 2012 and expanded to Canada in 2019 where interest has been high and new chapters are in formation in Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba under the direction of the National Board in Sherwood Park, AB.
- If you’d like to volunteer and participate in our next Build Day or Delivery event, check out our events
- Did you know your company, organization, or family can sponsor a Build Day? Click on “EMAIL US” to learn more
- Click on the “DONATE HERE” button to make a tax-deductible contribution that will be used to build and deliver our bunk beds to local children in need.
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Edmonton/Sherwood Park Kiwanis
Saturday June 3, 2023 8am-4pm
DOW Chemical, Fort Saskatchewan
SHP Strathcona County/Edmonton will be hosting a Build Event for the Kiwanis Members on Saturday June 3rd. Participants may sign up for a morning, afternoon, or full day session. Volunteers will meet at the DOW Chemical Main Gate Security office(Fort Saskatchewan) at 7:45am, at which time they will be signed in and given a site safety orientation. After the safety orientation a pancake breakfast will be held from 8-9am.
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Participants are required to wear close toes shoes, long pants, and any PPE required will be provided on site (safety glasses, masks, gloves, ear protection). Participants can bring their own PPE if they wish.