An Alberta Event - Stroll for Liver

Upcoming Events and Campaigns

2021, was again a challenging year for everyone, including the Canadian Liver Foundation. The world was forced to slow down due to COVID-19 and most of our fundraising events had to be cancelled.  Despite these challenges we were thrilled to still host our Give’r FORE Liver Golf Tournament,  LIVERight Gala Online Silent Auction and our Living with Liver Disease Sessions. They looked a little different,  but we were still able to continue to raise funds for liver research and support the many individuals in Alberta living with liver disease.  

We are hopeful that 2022 will give us new, exciting opportunities to advocate, educate and support all Albertans.  Keep checking here for updates  all the exciting things to come!

For more information, email Debralee at or Kari at,

or you can call (403) 276-3390 or (toll-free) 1-(888)557-5516.

What's New in 2022

Two women behind a table with flower vases
Women standing behind the spring for daisies table

Spring For Daisies

Thank you to our wonderful volunteers and everyone who purchased Daisies thoughout the month of March!  We raised over $11,000 all while raising awareness for liver disease and the importance of organ and tissue donation. 

See you in 2023!


Stroll for Liver

2022 Stroll for Liver

 August 28th, 2022

Calgary & Edmonton

We are excited about this year’s Stroll for Liver. This year we’ve partnered with the Trans Canada Trail to encourage and inspire strollers to make their event greater by walking through the stunning landscapes the trail passes through from coast to coast to coast across Canada. Record your distance on your participant page and see if we can virtually travel across Canada – together! Then join us in person, or virtually on August 28th from your neighbourhood, backyard, or your local section of the Trans Canada Trail to share your unique experience with our community. Registration is OPEN! Register as an individual or as a team today and help us raise much needed funds and awareness for liver disease right across Canada!

Viral Hepatitis webinar

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Registration is open for our next Living With Liver Disease Session with Dr. Eric Yoshida.

Tuesday, July 19, 2022 at 5pm MST.

Missed a Session? Click on the session below to watch the recording! 

Session 1-Nutrition and Liver Disease

Session 2- Autoimmune Liver Diseases

Session 3- Coping with Liver Disease and NAFLD/NASH

Sept. 11, 2022

Join us Sunday, September 11 at the Fox Hollow Golf Course, Calgary, Alberta as we bring the our Give’re for Liver Golf  Tournament back full speed and in person!  You won’t want to miss out on 18 holes of golf, prizes, banquet dinner, games and a 50/50 draw!  Sponsorship opportunities are still available.

Get in on Early Bird Pricing before August 19 for only $150/person or $600/Foursome

Shaw Birdies for Kids presented by AltaLink will match up to 50% for funds received prior to August 15, 2022.

Give us a call (403)276-3390 or email to register today!

LIVERight Gala logo

LIVERight Gala- Fri. November 18

We are excited to announce the 2022 LIVERight Gala- Embracing the Night, will be held on Friday, November 18th at 6:00pm at the Sheraton Cavalier Hotel Calgary.  You can expect fabulous entertainment from the Heebee-jeebee’s, Teri Fikowski from CTV morning News will once again be our celebrity emcee and this year we will be honouring Debralee Fernets and helping her celebrate the 17 years she spent bringing liver research to life across Alberta!


Thank you to our generous supporters for helping to bring liver research to life…

Community Initiatives Program
Calgary Foundation Logo
Walmart logo
exp logo
AstraZeneca logo
Alberta Blue Cross logo
CTV logo
Shane Homes logo
Fountian Tire logo
Shaw Birdies for Kids Logo
Westland Insurance logo

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