Capacity building programs, using a community development process, to increase the skills and knowledge of sport, culture and recreation leaders.
Knowledge to create positive outcomes of sport, culture, and recreation help create connected communities.
Workshops, leadership & funding:
- Volunteer Informational and training Workshops:
Grant Writing, Volunteer Job Descriptions, Program Planning, How to Host a Successful Meeting, Active Aging Peer Leader, HIGH FIVE, SPRA Play Leadership
- Leadership roles
Sport, Culture & Recreation Summer Tour, Team Parkland Valley, Saskatchewan Games, Leisure Education, Healthy Together, HIGH FIVE QUEST
- Grant Program: Sport, Culture & Recreation Outreach Grant
District network coordination by connecting and engaging our target groups and stakeholders.
In Saskatchewan sport, culture, and recreation organizations and groups are connected through the Saskatchewan Lotteries system. The District is a conduit within the system.
Connections we make:
- Provincial Networks
Sask Sport Inc., Sask Culture Inc., Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA), Sport, Culture and & Recreation provincial organizations
- District Networks
Recreation Directors, Recreation Boards, Sport Groups, Culture Groups, other non-profit human service agencies
Communication tools we use:
- Read All About It! – weekly reminder of important activities
- Applause! – monthly celebration article
- Community visitations – in-person meetings
- Consultations – responding to the needs of our network
Organizational development for leadership growth in sport, culture and recreation.
Board members and staff strive to meet the needs of and stay accountable to our groups.
- Performance Management
Strategic Planning, measurement of success is incorporated into the activities of the organization, training for board members and staff
Policy governance approach to governance, reporting back to our groups and reaching out to understand the needs and interests of the sport, culture and recreation community