As we mark the 5th anniversary of the Horse River Wildfire, we’d like to acknowledge the incredible work and sacrifice of social profit sector and your role in our community’s social recovery.
Our social profit sector embodies the very best of our community: every single day, over 300 non-profit and charitable agencies operating in the RMWB are busy advocating and supporting our residents. Not only do you provide the tangible programs and supports that feed, heal, shelter, rescue, educate and nurture our community, but you also help inspire us to work together, transform our shared beliefs into actionable change, foster leadership and civic engagement, and drive economic growth.
You are the fabric that strengthens are community.
Social Recovery has many faces in our region. We would like to share just a small sample of some of the social profit staff and volunteers whose contributions to wildfire recovery in Wood Buffalo has supported and benefited the lives of our residents.
With much admiration & respect, The FuseSocial Team
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Weather the storm, a symposium co-hosted by capacity-building partners @EdmCVO @IntegralOrg & @FuseSocialYMM. Keynote speakers will present on tools and strategies for nonprofit sustainability and preparing for uncertainty. More info: https://t.co/eY2uWJrfbx