Take a look at our latest annual report!
Put some faces on the proud achievements at SSWAP and read about our successes of the last year.
We just had an article about us published in the South Shore Breaker and the Chronicle Herald!
Take a look at our colourful Annual Report (see Download link below). It’s easy to read, and has photos and only one pie chart!
You’ll find out:
- Pictures of the fundraising shed participants built.
- Success stories.
- How many participants we served and where they came from.
- How old our participants are (hint: they aren’t all under 30!)
- Where our participants did their work placements on the South Shore.
- A beautiful pictograph of SSWAP’s strengths, vision and opportunities.
- … and more.
Check it out:
On November 22, 2019, SSWAP recognized 16 people for their participation in the program. 13 completed the program and 3 were recognized for finding employment before completing the program! The accomplishments of other participants were also acknowledged.
The John Whitehouse Award for Commitment to Program was handed out to Tammy Maynard. This award recognizes a participant who through their own commitment and willingness to participate in all parts of the Program has left an everlasting mark.
Good work, everyone!
We are pleased to announce that Bill Nauss was the successful
candidate for the position of full time van driver. He commenced in the
full time position at SSWAP the end of September 2019.
We are pleased to announce that Flo Sampson was the successful candidate for our Life Skills Instructor / Counsellor position. Flo joined the team at SSWAP in early September 2019.
We are saddened to announce that our regular van driver, Bill Langille, passed away unexpectedly in August. We are all missing his happy nature and welcoming smile.
We are pleased to announce that Bill Nauss was the successful candidate for our Casual Driver / Maintenance Position. Bill joined the team at SSWAP in June 2019.
A permanent, full-time position in the human services field starting July 2019.Continue reading →