Designed to provide preventative social programming within our local community, Didsbury FCSS offers a number of services within the community: grant dollars to community non-profit groups, information and referral services at Didsbury Neighborhood Place, short-term family and marriage counseling, volunteer support and recognition and a variety of guest speakers throughout the year.
FCSS GRANT OPPORTUNITIES
Each year, Didsbury FCSS provides grants to non-profit community groups that meet the eligibility requirements set forth through the FCSS mandate. Grants are provided on a quarterly basis: March, June, September and December.
Applications for 2017 FCSS funding for eligible groups will be accepted in November 2016. Application forms will be available in September 2016.
For more information on FCSS grants, please contact Jolene Sanford at Didsbury Neighbourhood Place at 403.335.8719 or by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Groups funded by Didsbury FCSS in 2016 include: Accredited Supports to the Community, Central Alberta Pregnancy Centre, Chinook Arch Victims Services Society, Chinooks Edge School Division - Didsbury High School: Connect, Chinooks Edge School Division - Didsbury High School: Get Real Day, Chinooks Edge School Division - Family School Wellness, Chinooks Edge School Division - Youth Empowerment Support, Didsbury and District Seniors Support Services, Didsbury Preschool Society, Mountain View Communities Adult Learning Society, Mountain View Emergency Shelter Society, Olds & District Hospice Society and Shalom Counselling Centre of Alberta.