We are a non-profit society founded in 1969, dedicated to improving the quality of life for residents of the North Okanagan by addressing the social, health, economic and environmental needs of the community.
The Social Planning Council of Cambridge and North Dumfries is a non-profit organization that actively participates in building and strengthening our community through research, analysis, facilitation and education, fostering innovation and positive social change.
Our vision is to be a responsive leader committed to promoting social development to achieve a sustainable community in Waterloo Region where all people actively participate in finding solutions to improve quality of life.
Our Mission is to advance social justice through community knowledge.
The Social Planning Council takes a wholistic approach to community development by integrating research, planning, and community building.
Our research work is an integral part of our social planning and community building work. Through research, we identify our community's needs and resources, and equipped with knowledge of our strengths and weaknesses, we partner with community agencies, residents, and city insitutions to plan for a fitting solution.
The Social Planning Council of Peel is an independent, non-profit organization that promotes social justice by facilitating citizen participation in the identification of social issues and in the planning and implementation of collaborative actions to address those issues.
The Social Planning Network of Ontario (SPNO) is a coalition of social planning councils (SPC), community development councils (CDC), resource centres, and planning committees located in various communities throughout Ontario. Each of the individual organizations has their own mandates but are connected in the cause of effecting change on social policies, conditions, and issues.
The Social Research and Planning Council is comprised of community representatives who are dedicated to the collection, analysis and distribution of information relating to social trends and issues in Perth and Huron County