Social partnerships, committees and programs

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Social partnerships, committees and programs

We believe in the strength of partnerships. We join forces with other agencies, organizations, and interested individuals to address social issues. Grant programs provide one time sand ongoing funding to both individual residents as well as various social agencies working in our community. Partnerships provide the opportunity to work together with community partners to provide space and supports to various community organizations.

Grant Programs

Social Services Grant program

  • Grants available to not-for-profit, social service groups and organizations. Provides financial support to non-profit organizations that are meeting the social service needs of our residents and demonstrate the use of collaboration and principles of sustainability. Grant applications for 2016 have passed. Grant application forms for the 2017 year are now available.

Community Small Grants program

  • An initiative to encourage residents to engage in neighbourhood projects that promote social activity and connectedness. Funding is available to support a diverse range of community-focused projects, events or activities. Grant application forms are now available.

Partnerships

Strathcona County Community Mediation 

  • A not-for-profit organization committed to resolving conflicts between residents in a peaceful and respectful manner. Mediation provides time, space, process, and facilitators to help resolve most common disputes.

Alberta Conflict Resolution Day 2017 (477.7 KB)

Community Adult Learning and Literacy Society

  • A non-profit society in Strathcona County and Fort Saskatchewan offering free and low cost learning to adults. CALLS focused on literacy, foundational learning, and English language learning. 

Phone: 780-464-4044
Fax: 780-449-1220
Email: FamilyandCommunity@strathcona.ca

Last updated: Tuesday, January 16, 2018
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