Share Your Calbridge Story

Jul 9, 2018
Share Your Calbridge Story

Purchaser Review Program 

Thank you for taking the time to share your Calbridge story! We look forward to reading about your experiences throughout your journey with us. For every review submitted on Facebook, Google or HomeStars, Calbridge Homes will donate $10 to a local charity. By sharing your story on all three platforms, $30 will be donated to a worthy cause! We look forward to hearing from you while helping two worthy organizations.


For Calgary purchasers, the funds will be donated to HomeFront


For Cochrane purchasers, the funds will be donated to Cochrane & Area Victim Services


Reviewing is as easy as a few simple steps. Click on the icons below for Facebook, Google and HomeStars. These will link you directly to the review pages so you can quickly land in the right spot to share your story. 





Learn more about the organizations you will be helping

HomeFront is a non-profit organization in Calgary that works alongside the justice system, police and community partners to help free families from domestic violence. Through a unique collaborative model, HomeFront works to ensure that victims are safer and offenders are being held accountable.

After someone makes that critical call to the police, HomeFront is the, “what next?” Clients come to HomeFront directly through referrals from the Calgary Police Service. Once a client is referred, we ensure they have the support, information and resources they need break the cycle of abuse and move their life into a positive and healthy direction.

HomeFront is an integrated part of the justice system, and since its inception, domestic violence re-offence rates in Calgary have been cut in half and victim engagement in the justice process has more than doubled.

HomeFront recognizes that it takes a community to end domestic violence. Together, we can provide everyone with the opportunity to experience safe, healthy and loving relationships.



Cochrane Victim Services is a not-for-profit organization that provides 24 hour crisis response, support and referral services to victims of crime and tragedy.  Cochrane Victim Services works largely alongside the RCMP and is located within the Cochrane detachment.  The area served is approximately 4,000 square kilometers, which is home to almost 60,000 year-round residents.  This area includes the communities of Cochrane, Morley, Bragg Creek, Redwood Meadows, Springbank, Bearspaw, Glendale, Bottrel and all surrounding areas.

Through the dedication of many community volunteers, and with the support of community partners, local and provincial government agencies and individual community members, Cochrane Victim Services is able to deliver much needed services and assistance to victims of crime.

Services are provided by program staff and highly trained volunteer advocates. Volunteer advocates are caring, dedicated community members who provide direct assistance and emotional support to victims though crisis response.  All services are free and confidential.