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101-340 Merganser Dr. W

Chestermere, AB

T1X 0Z6

@2018 by Synergy. 


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Synergy Youth and Community Development Society (operating as Synergy) was established specifically to serve the needs of a community that has been growing at an extremely rapid rate since the early 2000's. The demographics of Chestermere and Area are very young with almost a third of the residents being under the age of 20 years. A number of community assessments and a formal Social Plan, completed in 2012, identified youth programming, volunteerism and community leadership as sectors requiring formal support and development. Synergy was incorporated under the Alberta Societies Act on November 6, 2013 with a mandate to deliver a continuum of leadership education opportunities to youth and their community.


Since January 1st, 2018 Synergy has had charitable status. Our charitable registration number is: 84233 9988 RR0001

(Previously: 814102133RR0001)



  • Educate youths by providing leadership training programs and workshops

  • Educate the public about community development through workshops and seminars

  • Address youth unemployment by providing employment-related skills, programs, conferences, and workshops to youth

  • Operate a youth center which offers structured programs that are directed towards resolving specific problems faced by youth

  • Provide, administer and maintain a multi-use facility for the communities of Chestermere and Southeast Rocky View


We empower youth and community groups to build strong connections through relationships, education, leadership and programming


Connected, Engaged, Healthy Communities


  • Relationship – mutual trust, respect, caring, compassion and support

  • Holistic Education – authentic learning opportunities for community leaders to develop socially, emotionally, physically, creatively, intellectually and environmentally

  • Inclusion – regardless of ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, education and/or religion

  • Benevolence – for the common good of the community and one another

  • Collaboration – making the most of our collective ability to positively impact the community

  • Mentorship – guidance and the sharing of knowledge, skills and experience

  • Wellness – Awareness and pursuit of a well-balanced state of being, which includes the dimensions of intellectual, physical, emotional, social and environmental health.


Synergy provides leadership and wellness education for individuals 7 and up.  Through resiliency building programs and community-based activities we provide opportunities for individuals to develop healthy relationships and cultivate their potential.  Synergy hosts the Centre for Community Leadership, a collaborative gathering space for local individuals and groups to access resource tools, relevant information and training opportunities.