The Community Action Network Against Abuse (CANAA)
The Community Action Network Against Abuse (CANAA) is a network of community agencies and service providers from the communities of Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Akwesasne who work together to take action against abuse through proactive community engagement and networking.
The Caring Dads Program
The Caring Dads program is devoted to ensuring the safety and well-being of children by working with fathers who have abused and neglected their children or exposed them to the abuse of their mothers.
The program offers intervention to fathers, trains communities in engaging, assessing and
intervening with high-risk men and conducts research on how we can continue to improve the practice.
The SDG Community Gardening Network
The SDG Community Gardening Network is an online hub to link gardeners with community members who have land available for gardening, and gardeners and volunteers to existing community gardens in Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry Counties.
Are you interested in beginning a garden or looking to join an existing one? Would you like to donate your time and/or resources toward a community garden project in your area?
You can join! If you have land that can be used for a garden project or are part of a community garden that isn’t listed above, we’d love to hear from you! Get in touch with us by e-mailing info(at)allthingsfoodbouffe360.ca or by phoning 514-944-7152.
The Employability Network (EN) consists of members from several community agencies and institutions representing a cross-section of social, economic, educational and training sectors in the SD&G area. The EN’s goal is to focus on bridging the gap to obtaining gainful and sustainable employment for the unemployed or working poor individuals and families in the community and surrounding areas.
The Employability Network has developed a service-to-services referral form to encourage inter-agency communication and better coordination between local employment services. The Service to Service Referral From can be found here.
Since 2013, one of the projects that the Employability Network has been working on is to deliver a series of free training opportunities for front-line staff.
The Cornwall and Area Job Fair helps employers and job seekers connect before the busy holiday season. Past events have hosted 26 major employers from across the region with over 200 available jobs.
The Job Fair series has been organized by the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area – Employability Network and sponsored by Ministry of Community and Social Services in partnership with the City of Cornwall, Cornwall Economic Development, Job Zone d'emploi, United Counties of SDG, Eastern Ontario Training Board and the Akwesasne Area Management Board.
The SDC’s Project W.A.R.M.T.H main objective is to establish energy assistance alternatives for low-income consumers. Sadly, too many people who live in poverty must face the terrifying choice of paying rent, buying groceries, or paying the utilities.
Thank you to the partners and supporters of Project W.A.R.M.T.H. In order to provide access to adequate, affordable energy as a basic necessity, the SDC is a Steering Committee member with the Low-Income Energy Network (LIEN) a non-profit network that “works to address the energy needs of Ontario’s low-income households”.
Transition Cornwall+ is part of a vibrant, international grassroots movement
Transition Cornwall+ supports Cornwall and neighbouring communities in facing challenges such as the rising cost of energy and food, extreme weather, and financial uncertainty. By working together right now, we can create a more affordable, caring, healthy and secure future for all.
Transition Cornwall+ is a working group with the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area. If you are interested in getting involved with this caring, fun-loving community group or simply want further information, kindly contact email@example.com.
The goal of VolunteerHUB.ca is to empower people to keep helping within their communities and to keep working to build a more vibrant and healthy community. It is for this reason that the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area’s Poverty Working Group (PWG) had begun working on Volunteerism in Stormont Dundas and Glengarry. In January 2014, the PWG had outlined a need for more coordination among volunteers and volunteer managers in our community, a plan was made, and funding was located to fund the creation of this website. This website is the first step of many on our journey to becoming a more vibrant community.