websiteThe Walk-In Closet’s mandate is to empower women by providing knowledge and a selection of work attire for their transition into the workplace. Learn more…


The Employment and Life Skills Program assists immigrant women in establishing meaningful lives in their new society. Learn more…

1My Best Friend’s Closet provides teenage girls from low-income homes (ages 12-18) with a broad selection of fashionable and functional clothing to meet their school and recreational needs. Learn more…

Our regular donation hours are Monday -Thursday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and select Saturdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
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Employment and Life Skills

build your resume, learn about Canadian business culture, prepare for job interviews, learn all about your personality type and more on our next Employment and Life skills program!

#200 – 731 6 Ave SW
MAY 14 – JUNE 6 2019
Tuesday and Thursdays
9:30 am – 3:30 pm

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Women in Technology Employment Training Program

Are you a passionate, creative and problem solver individual interested in staring a career in the tech industry?
Increase your career opportunities. Qualified instructors will deliver Web Development Training. Including but not limited to: HTML, CSS, Python, JavaScript and SQL

Click here to download the application

We want to share with all our future applicants that submitted applications after March 28th will be added to a wait list. We are sorry for any inconvenience. 

Scotiabank Charity Challenge

On May 26th 2019 bring your family and friends together and join Making Changes Team in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge at Stampede Park

Together, we’re aiming to raise $2,500 to support our programs!
Click here to register
Click here to donate
Click here to start your fundraising page

“When you wear something new you feel so special and your spirits are high”

“My self- esteem improved and I felt good about myself, in a way that I usually don’t”

“Making Changes Program provided me a perfect first step for start a new life in Canada”