WestJet Gift of Flight Raffle

WestJet Gift of Flight Raffle

Join Us for a Chance to Win and Support a Worthy Cause!

Exciting news! The countdown is on for our upcoming draw where one lucky winner will walk away with an incredible prize, all while supporting a cause close to our hearts.

That’s right, mark your calendars because this is an event you won’t want to miss. Join us at the Grant Fuhr Arena for the Battle of the Badges and for a chance to win big through the WestJet raffle and make a difference in the lives of our brave First Responders in Alberta.

Here’s what you need to know:

️Cost Per Ticket: $10.00

Chances of Winning: 1 in 1000 (total tickets for sale)
Grand Prize (Licensed # AGLC 68073): The gift of flight is an in-kind (non-cash) donation of a roundtrip for two anywhere WestJet flies.
Proceeds: All proceeds will be directed towards Suicide Intervention Education for First Responders in Alberta, supporting the invaluable work of Legacy Place Society (registered charity #891549420RR0001).

How to Purchase Tickets Now: To secure your chance at the grand prize, simply reach out to Legacy Place Society via:

Contact/Text: 403-813-8019
E-Transfer: info@legacyplacesociety.com

Raffle Draw Date: Saturday, March 23, 2024
Time: 3:00 PM
Location: Grant Fuhr Arena, #9 Arena Road, Spruce Grove, AB

When making your purchase, please ensure to include your full name and phone number in the memo area. Once received, we’ll promptly inform you of your ticket number(s) so you can eagerly await the draw! Please be aware that you do not need to be on-site in order to collect your prize.

Remember, every ticket sold brings us one step closer to providing vital support to our First Responders and their mental health. So spread the word, rally your friends and family, and let’s come together for an event that promises excitement, generosity, and meaningful impact.

Thank you for your support, and we can’t wait to see you at the Grant Fuhr Arena for the Battle of the Badges on March 23rd!

Veterans and First Responders: Operational Stress Recovery (January 23, 2024)

Veterans and First Responders: Operational Stress Recovery (January 23, 2024)

Join The Davidson Institute for an online workshop designed specifically for Veterans, First Responders, and Helping Professionals.

This workshop will focus on operational stress recovery and resilience, providing valuable tools and strategies to help you cope with the unique challenges you face. The experienced team from The Davidson Institute and an addition of guest speakers will guide you through interactive sessions, sharing their expertise and personal experiences.

The online workshop series for first responders and veterans includes a range of topics like Operational Stress Injuries, EMDR, Trauma Yoga, HeartMath, Aromatherapy, DAVID DEVICE, Art Therapy, Advanced Self-Regulation Practices, Adventure Therapy, Cognitive Processing, Peer Support, Chronic Pain and OSIs, Cultural Competence, Sensory Deprivation Therapy, Mindfulness & Nature Therapy, Goal Setting, Creative Sculpting, Sleep & Trauma, Financial Wellness, Music Therapy, Psychiatry Q&A, Equine Therapy, Hobby Development, Nutrition, Cryotherapy, Kindness Neurobiology, Gottman Relationships, Intimacy, and Future Planning.

During this workshop, you’ll experience select practices and strategies from their in-depth 6-week program, tailored to fit into a concise online format. Each session is designed to provide unique insights and practical tools for resilience and well-being in high-stress professions, occurring bi-weekly for one hour. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with fellow veterans and first responders, learn from each other, and strengthen your mental well-being. Register now to secure your spot! The Davidson Institute is excited to offer this workshop series at no cost to participants.

Register Here
Emotional Survival for First Responders – February 7th, 2024

Emotional Survival for First Responders – February 7th, 2024

Exciting News and Event Update from Legacy Place Society!

We’re thrilled to announce an upcoming educational partnership with the City of Wetaskwin that aims to enhance the well-being of our First Responders. As part of this initiative, renowned speaker Robert White, a former Deputy Chief with the Flagstaff, Arizona Police Department, and a key facilitator with the Emotional Survival Team will be presenting on Emotional Survival for First Responders.

This engaging presentation focuses on providing behavioral strategies to inoculate First Responders against the loss of idealism and the development of inappropriate behavior patterns. Legacy Place Society is delighted to offer complimentary access to the Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement books on-site, ensuring participants have valuable resources at their fingertips.

Registration for the event is now open through Eventbrite, and we encourage First Responders, as well as their spouses, to attend this impactful session. The presentation aims to assist attendees in developing strategies for overall emotional survival, fostering resilience without succumbing to burnout or emotional isolation from friends and colleagues.

Register Here

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Robert White is a former Deputy Chief with the Flagstaff, Arizona Police Department where he served in multiple line and command positions over his 31-year tenure. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy 167th Session and remains actively involved in National Academy Associates continuing educational development and with the Arizona Chiefs of Police Association.

He holds both Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Northern Arizona University. He is also a graduate of the Southwest Command College and the Arizona Regional Policing Institute. He has extensive experience instructing both law enforcement training sessions and at the University level in the area of management principles and customer service.

White is a Leadership Development Instructor for the International Association of Chiefs of Police. In addition to his law enforcement experience, he is a certified Fire Fighter. He has instructed on the topic of Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement and is an instructor on this topic with E-S Press, Inc. He resides in Flagstaff, Arizona

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights from a seasoned professional. Join us for a compelling session designed to empower First Responders and their spouses on the journey to emotional survival.