What is Elizabeth Fry Society?

We advance the dignity and worth of all women and
who are or may be at risk of becoming criminalized.

Our office provides a safe community
that supports, respects, and empowers.

Learn more about our history,
the programs we offer, and how to get in touch with us.



Annual memberships cost $5 for individuals and $10 for organizations/groups. Your meaningful support is greatly appreciated. 

 Click here for a link to our membership form.

June Newsletter 

Check out our June Newsletter! Find out more about our AGM in this issue, in addition to highlights from our Human Rights in Action Program

Click here for a link to our May Newsletter.

July 2018 Stoplifting for Youth!

Following in the footsteps of our very successful Stoplifting program, Stoplifting for Youth is open to girls ages 12-17 and is designed to address underlying and unresolved issues behind shoplifting behavior. The free 5 week program will help youth find new and healthy strategies to cope with life’s stressors. There will also be an overview of the impact of shoplifting, dealing with peer pressure, and motivation to change.

To register, please fill out the registration form:
Click on this link to download the form.



National Indigenous People's Day 

Mark your calendars for National Indigenous People's Day, a day recognizing and celebrating the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Indigenous peoples in Canada. Join Efry for a celebration at Alex Decoteau Park (just outside of our office) at 10230 105 St NW from 1 - 2pm, and inside our main office from 2 - 4pm for a day of Indigenous cultural activities and foods. 

Our schedule of events include:
Opening Ceremony (1 - 2pm)
Traditional Craft Activity (Efry Office at 2 - 3pm)
Bannock and Tea (Efry Office at 3 - 4pm)

RSVP at 780-421-1175 or aboriginal@efryedmonton.ab.ca


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