Participate & Support

Since it was founded in 1967, SACPA has enjoyed the generous financial support of membership fees and a small percentage of collected lunch proceeds. Additionally, SACPA is grateful for the administrative support University of Lethbridge has provided all along. As technology evolved, SACPA found the need to hire their own Administrative Manager and we now, since 2008, very much appreciate U of L’s limited financial support for SACPA every year.

Memberships are open to the public and can be purchased at any time of the year, but preferable in May/June, by sending a cheque to SACPA, PO Box 651, Lerhbridge, AB, T1J 3Z4 or by clicking on Membership and paying with your credit card.

Memberships are: Students - $5 Individuals - $30 Corporate - $50

You can also make a lasting impact in our community by gifting SACPA while you are among us, or a gift in your Will. A helping hand to keep this public discourse going for another 50 years.

2018 was SACPA’s 50th anniversary year and we hope to maintain or even increase the value of our forums by keeping the public well-informed on the many issues' society face on a regular basis, now, and in the future.

You could help us counter the ever-increasing costs of speakers, travel and session expenses by gifting or leaving a bequest of funds to SACPA, which for example could help establish a special SACPA speaker series bearing your name.

SACPA has always been a not-for-profit organization, but unfortunately does not qualify as a registered Canadian charity. Thus, tax receipts for donations directly to SACPA are not possible, but the benefits to our democracy could nevertheless be priceless.

However, tax receipted donations to registered charities such as The University of Lethbridge or The Community Foundation of Lethbridge and SW Alberta in support of SACPA may be possible as an endowment bearing your name.

Please contact one of SACPA’s board members at info@sacpa.ca if you would like to know more and discuss possible ways that you can make a difference.

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From that time forward, Mr. Utterson began to haunt the door in the by-street of shops. In the morning before office hours, at noon when business was plenty, and time scarce, at night under the face of the fogged city moon, by all lights and at all hours of solitude or concourse, the lawyer was to be found on his chosen post.

University of Lethbridge

From that time forward, Mr. Utterson began to haunt the door in the by-street of shops. In the morning before office hours, at noon when business was plenty, and time scarce, at night under the face of the fogged city moon, by all lights and at all hours of solitude or concourse, the lawyer was to be found on his chosen post.

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