The goal of Camp Bridges is to support children and teens with their grief and bereavement. This is achieved through activities designed to help share grief and honor memories in a caring community environment. The camp is organized and run by staff of the Palliative Care Program of Southern Health-Sante Sud and Prairie Mountain Health. Formal funding for bereavement care and services, especially for children and teens, is virtually non-existant.nt.
Woodridge Fire Departement (WFD)
The RM of Piney will be supplying an ATV to the Woodridge Fire Department. This ATV will be used in emergency responses that include grass fires. The WFD needs to find the funds to equip the ATV with a trailer and equipment to respond to fires. The equipment consists of tank, pump, and support equipment so that water can be transported closer to grass fires.
SAHF aims to provide high quality health care to the residents of our region and is actively fundraising for state of the art equipment for the new operating ward.
In 2011, the Sprague And Area Arena Committee took on the challenge of cleaning up the arena and having ice for the first time in many years that winter. This past Spring we were approved for $90,000 grant on condition that we are able to raise an additional $45,000 from the community to help us replace the support beams, fix a leaky roof, upgrade the lighting, and install indoor plumbing.
We offer families with a wide range of services through educational/support programs. We predominantly serve families in the prenatal stage to pre-kindergarden stage by establishing support, resources, and connection to our community. We are currently looking for funds to help us purchase two small vehicles that will be used by the children in a new Road Safety Play Park that we are currently building. The purpose of the project is to create road awareness among young children.
ROC’s purpose it to reduce the barriers to recreation for children living in a low income situation in Eastman. Since 2009 we have helped 130 children discover their passions and to no longer feel left out. Activities we connect them to can be almost anything – dance, sports, cooking, art classes, photography, creative writing, summer camp, drama… the list goes on. For $350 per child per year, ROC kids are learning amazing things about themselves and those around them.