Three senior women laughing while dressing up and taking selfies.

Help Advance Seniors Care in Alberta

Support the seniors in your community.

A map pointing out various locations in Alberta that the funds from Covenant Foundation Lottery will be supporting this year.

Support Your Parents When it Counts

Old age is a milestone that should be celebrated.

We all have aging loved ones who have an important place in our lives. So, it’s vital we ensure their golden years stay golden. Our aging population is growing faster than any other age demographic in Alberta, which is why this year’s lottery is focused on advancing seniors care throughout the province at each of these locations: 


Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre, Misericordia Community Hospital, Grey Nuns Community Hospital, Saint-Thomas Health Centre, St. Joseph’s Auxiliary Hospital, Villa Caritas 


Evanston Summit, Holy Cross Manor, St. Marguerite Manor/Dulcina Hospice, St. Teresa Place 

St. Albert

Foyer Lacombe, Youville Home 


Chateau Vitaline 


St. Joseph’s General Hospital

Red Deer

Villa Marie


Banff Mineral Springs Hospital

Medicine Hat

St. Joseph’s Home


Buffalo Grace Manor, Martha’s House, St. Michael’s Health Centre, St. Therese Villa 

We’ve already committed $8.7 Million towards seniors care since 2016, but with your support, we can do so much more.  

Your ticket purchase directly supports the loved ones in your community, helps us champion innovation and nurture wellness, and enhances the quality of life for everyone the Covenant family serves.  

How Your Ticket Purchase Helps

A senior male patient in a wheelchair holding a virtual reality headset.

Virtual reality headsets fuel residents’ joy in Edmonton

“The support from donors makes such a difference because it helps gives patients and residents meaningful experiences that reduce their stress, lift their spirits and help them feel connected to the world around us.”

Read more HERE

Two elderly women sitting on a speciality Nihola trishaw passenger bike, enjoying a ride around the facility grounds.

Bicycling program benefits residents in Calgary

"The specialized bicycle arrived from Copenhagen thanks to the Covenant Foundation, which funded the therapeutic bike to be shared by two sites. Increased time outdoors is positively impacting sleep, eating and mood.”

Read more HERE

An elderly woman using a wall mounted  interactive dashboard at a care facility.

Specialized equipment empowers residents with dementia in Central Alberta

“Sometimes family members don’t know how to interact with loved ones in the late stages of dementia, so the ABBY dashboard can help bring familiarity and quality back to those conversations.”

Read more HERE

An older man sitting in a wheelchair, smiling next to a Covenant Foundation/Covenant Health/Covenant Living bus.

Foundation-funded bus in Southern Alberta helps residents stay connected to the community

“We go for drives a lot – it’s a great way to get out to enjoy the scenery around Lethbridge, and enjoy a coffee or an ice cream, or even go out to the lake! It makes a big difference in our quality of life.”

Read more HERE

Why I Buy

There are countless reasons to buy Covenant Foundation Lottery tickets. What's yours?

A big family visiting their loved one in the hospital posing for a group photo.

Carla Howatt, Senior Communications Advisor with Covenant Health

“I buy Covenant Foundation lottery tickets because my parents are aging and are using the health care system more than ever before. I want their experiences to be positive so their children and grandchildren can focus on supporting them instead of worrying about their care.” 

A woman with shoulder length blonde hair, glasses, and a black and white striped shirt.

Joyce Turner, Site Administrator for Buffalo Grace Manor

“I buy Covenant Foundation Lottery tickets because I appreciate knowing proceeds are used to meet identified needs at each site with the input of those who serve our residents.”