Rosedale is proud to assist local teams in their athletic endeavours as well as provide support and funding for various causes.
Rosedale Filipino Men’s Basketball Team
On November 22-23, 2014, the Rosedale Filipino Men’s Basketball Team participated in and won the Filipino Nurses Association of Alberta Tournament.
Run For Your Dad: In support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation
On June 15, 2014, the Rosedale Runaways team participated in the Run For Your Dad. This year, six Rosedale staff members participated in the 5 km or 15 km run as funds were raised for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
CIBC Run for the Cure
On October 6, 2013, the Rosedale Pavement Princesses team participated in the CIBC Run for the Cure. This year, 11 Rosedale staff members participated in the event as funds were raised for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
Members of Team Crocker have won a combined 17 provincial and 8 national curling championships and are currently ranked 19th on the Canadian Team Ranking System. In 2012, they represented Canada at the Karuizawa International Curling Championship in Japan where they won gold! You can read more about the team at teamcrocker.ca
Inter Soccer Club
The Internazionale U-14 Tier 1 Boys’ Soccer Team travelled to Vaughan, Ontario to represent Alberta in the Canadian Soccer Association National Championships U-14 in October 2012. The Inter team won silver and the Alberta Soccer Association Competitions Committee selected the team as the 2012 recipient of the Golden Shoe Award. You can read more about the team at intersoccerclub.com.
Rosedale residents support various causes
The Rosedale Residents’ Council have led residents in various fundraisers for different causes. In 2010, Rosedale residents made a cash donation to the Haiti Relief Fund to help Haitians recover from the devastating earthquake. In 2013, Rosedale residents made a generous cash donation of $6,053.93 to help residents in the Philippines recover from Typhoon Haiyan.
Members of the Rosedale knitting club meet weekly. Their knitted blankets and hats have been donated to the Red Cross and Edmonton hospitals. Knitted sweaters and hats are also donated to WIN House and Edmonton’s Women’s Shelter.