Working Together

Community Support - A Road Map When the Path Isn't Clear


COMMUNITY VISITS, VIRTUALLY
Each spring our staff hit the roads to meet with community leaders, volunteers and organizations! We spent the past year meeting with groups virtually, either by Zoom or over the phone. This spring it looks like we'll be meeting virtually, a little bit longer.
 
The most important work we do is meeting with you! From recreation boards to administrators, museums, band councils, and community groups, we want you to succeed, so we:
  • Help you navigate the world of community culture, recreation, and sport.
  • Help you find funding.
  • Suggest programs and partnerships that might be a great fit for your group.
  • Offer the training you need.

It doesn’t matter if you are working to rebuild a recreation board, looking for training for museum staff, or starting a senior’s fitness program. We’re knowledgeable. We have lots of great ideas. But most of all, we want to learn what you need.

We’ll set-up all the Zoom meeting details! We can meet individually, with your group, or with several groups in your community.

Let's talk. Please fill in the form (link below) and a South West District Community Consultant will get abck to you to set-up a time to meet, virtually. #NoDriving #OnYourSchedule #NoCost #SadlyNoCookies

CLICK HERE to get started.

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RECREATION BOARD DEVELOPMENT

Recreation Boards are the heart of a community, providing key leadership for community growth. When resources are limited, volunteers feel overworked, and systems aren’t working the way they should, it can feel overwhelming to know where to turn for support.

The Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA), in partnership with the South West District for Culture, Recreation, and Sport Inc. (SWDCRS), offers support for volunteer recreation boards.

We’ll work with you to identify what you have, where you want to go, and how to get there.

Contact any of our offices for more info:
Anne, Maple Creek Program Office, 306-662-3242
Brennen, Moose Jaw Program Office, 306-693-7304