With compassion, respect, and care, SSCS provides high quality programs throughout our region to enhance the lives of residents at every age and stage of life. Our staff work with the deep conviction that many of the organization’s programs and services can improve the health and wellness of individuals and families going forward.
Each year we are amazed and humbled by the impact our programs have in communities throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor. Clients, staff, donors, and partners share their stories with us each day. Here are just few from 2021-22.
A Story of Home
SSCS offers safe, secure, reliable, and affordable housing options in Squamish, and is in the planning stages of developing an affordable housing project in Pemberton.
SSCS makes child care more affordable for local families.
SSCS provides high-quality programs throughout our region to enhance the lives of residents at every age and stage of life. And child care is no exception…
Teens create and connect!
Every time Tallula enters her family kitchen, she is greeted with a pleasant reminder that she can accomplish great things. Hanging on the wall near her dining table is a 4-foot …
Work together, learn together
For besties Hannah and Shantel, landing jobs at the newly launched Joe’s Table Café has been a big win. The dynamic duo have been friends for years and can now …
Feeding your neighbours
What began as a strategy to reduce human-bear conflict has evolved into a program that feeds hundreds of families annually through the Pemberton Food Bank.
Art cards inspire and support
The Art Card Project is well underway at SSCS, and the printing press would agree, it’s going fantastic! Show some support and purchase these lovely art cards at …
Primacorp contributes $30K
Inspired by their recent partnership with the Sea to Sky Community Services’ (SSCS) Community Employment Program, Peter and Stephanie Chung have made a gift of …
Respite program for families
With an increase in young families moving to the Sea to Sky region, and an increase in the rate of children being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder …
Bringing youth together
In anticipation of the arrival of the new Foundry Centre and Youth Hub, Sea to Sky Community Services spent the past year focused on engagement with youth …
Strengthening food security
Health and wellness are so much more than food, but they often begin there. Food can unite family and community. farming, cooking, …
Heck, respite means the world to all of us! The pandemic is hard….really hard….but
when you have special needs kiddos, it can feel even harder. We struggle to find time to
ourselves on a normal day but adding in a pandemic just makes us (that’s a huge
generalization, I know) feel even more excluded. I’m grateful. Thank you!
A food hub supports the community far beyond just food, it’s really about building connections and community, They offer gathering spaces, so sometimes people will come for food, but then onsite childcare will be offered so they can work on their resume with an Employment Support Specialist or receive medical support or a vaccine.