The Snow Angels Program is not a matching service and does not match volunteers to those who need their sidewalks shovelled.
We live in a winter city and Edmontonians are no strangers to snow.
But for some, particularly seniors and persons with disabilities, shovelling snow can be difficult and even dangerous. They need your help to keep sidewalks clear of snow and ice this winter.
Snow Angels is an awareness and recognition program. It encourages Edmontonians to help a neighbour in need and also acknowledges those volunteers as a City of Edmonton Snow Angel.
Help a neighbour in need with sidewalk clearing by becoming a snow angel. The safety of your neighbourhood is in your hands this winter. Keeping sidewalks clear of snow and ice allows for you, your neighbours, service providers and emergency responders to walk safely.
Schools Got Shovelling!
This year, a special offer is being made to 15 Edmonton classrooms if they become Snow Angels. The first 15 Edmonton classrooms (any grade up to 30 students) who volunteer their time to shovel snow in their neighbourhoods, receive a pizza party sponsored by Boston Pizza. Each student will also receive recognition from the Mayor and an Oil Kings gift as a special thank you for their work.
Thank you to all of our 2014/2015 Edmonton School Snow Angels!
To see a list of all the 2014/2015 School Snow Angels, see our Thank you poster.
To participate in the school Snow Angel program please complete the Snow Angels nomination form and include the name of the School, Grade and a list of the students involved.