Message from the Executive Director
Saskatoon has been accepted as part of the World Health Organization’s Global Network for Age-Friendly Cities and Communities! The application, which included the great work from the Age Friendly Saskatoon Initiative was submitted by the City of Saskatoon with the full support of Mayor and City Council.
Age-friendly communities feature accessible transportation, affordable appropriate housing options, inviting outdoor spaces, quality community and health services, employment and volunteer opportunities, and access to social activities and public events.
SCOA has recently formed an Age Friendly Community Development Committee with several key stake holders who have an interest is building a positive future for older adults that will continue to ensure that Saskatoon is Age-Friendly.
Our summer student, Thomas, will be contacting members over the summer months to update your information. Please consider supporting our organization and becoming a full member. Your support goes directly towards SCOA’s programs and services.
Watch for more exciting updates on our brand new fall programs in the next eNews!
SCOA is very thankful to have many different types of supporters through volunteering, grants, sponsorships and donations Through providing support it allows SCOA to build a better future for older adults.