The Willow Park Wine & Spirits Raffle

Here’s your chance to win the lottery… a wine lottery, that is! The winner of the Wellspring Calgary Wine Raffle will receive a curated collection of 96 bottles (750mL) of premium wines selected by Willow Park’s team of Trusted Experts, a Master Chef 31-Bottle Wine Cooler with Stainless Steel Trim and a 12 glass set of Riedel Vertias Red & White wine glasses. What you do with them is up to you – whether you want start your personal collection, give them as gifts, or impress your dinner guests! You’ll get to experience fantastic flavours from iconic wineries such as Brewer Clifton, Columbia Crest, Faustino, Gray Monk Winery, and more!

Ticket proceeds go to Wellspring Calgary.


Total Prize Value: $4,000

Tickets: $20 each 

Deadline to purchase tickets: Friday, November 13, 2020 at midnight or earlier if raffle tickets have sold out.

Draw date: 2PM on Thursday, December 3, 2020 at Willow Park Wine & Spirits (10801 Bonaventure Dr. SE) in Calgary, Alberta. Tickets will be mailed to purchasers and you will be contacted by email/phone if selected. You do not need your paper tickets in order to redeem your prize. Note: the draw will not be open to the public.


Purchase your tickets HERE.


Only 1000 tickets to be sold. No limit to the number of tickets per purchase. You must be 18 years of age or older and live in Alberta to purchase tickets. 

AGLC Licence #566608.

Firefighter Stairclimb Challenge

From July 20 – 26th, Wellspring Calgary held it’s 6th Annual Firefighter Stairclimb Challenge virtually. The most popular component, Challenge the Chief, was a small live event which took place on Sunday, July 26 at GYMVMT.

This year the Chief of Police, Mark Neufeld, went head-to-head with Fire Chief Steve Dongworth. Donning an additional 65 pounds of gear, Chief Neufeld ultimately finished first, but both were winners for Wellspring.

“Cancer isn’t cancelled. No one knows this better than those who continue to endure treatment and side effects, even as this pandemic sweeps our world. As a cancer support organization, we are doing all we can to deliver on our promise to support and serve those whose lives are turned upside-down by cancer,” said CEO Patti Morris.

Wellspring Calgary provides programs, resources and support to people affected by cancer. Because a prevalent occupational hazard of the firefighter’s job is cancer, Wellspring works to ensure the needs of firefighters are considered alongside the needs of all its community members. Wellspring Calgary is proud to work with the Calgary Fire Department, and the Calgary Firefighters Association (IAFF Local 255) in support of those living with cancer including brave members of our firefighting community.

“Wellspring serves a member base of over 6,700 cancer patients, caregivers and family members, and with no core government or agency funding, we rely primarily on generous donors and events such as this one, to keep us viable,” said Morris.

For details about this event, visit the Firefighter Stairclimb Challenge Facebook Page.