SSCOPE Inc. is a long standing Winnipeg registered charitable non profit that provides mostly casual and part-time employment opportunities in the city, through our social enterprises and partnerships, to those coping and recovering from mental health issues. Our average current employment is 50-60 employee members per bi-monthly payroll, with just under 200 employee members earning income from SSCOPE during 2012. In peak periods we average 10-15 new applications per month and we seek actively to expand our employment opportunities for SSCOPE members if financially feasible.
We are primarily self funded through our own business revenues, and the support of individuals, businesses and organizations, our SSCOPE Partners and Ambassadors, is critical to our ongoing operations and expansion of employment opportunities.
SSCOPE Services: SSCOPE specializes in year round property maintenance services, including lawn mowing and trimming, spring cleanups, fall cleanups, winter snow shoveling and removal, and hedge trimming. SSCOPE also provides year round moving, pickup and delivery services and dump runs. Others services: vacant apartment and homes clean out and cleanup, janitorial services, general labour, vending, mobile food service, window washing,
Donate To SSCOPE: You can support SSCOPE and our work in several different ways. Support a new or expanded program with a major tax receipted financial donation, donate in kind such items as mutual funds, bonds, stocks, automobiles and other property, donate unneeded gently used or new items for SSCOPE’s Treasures Thrift Store, volunteer your valuable time to the organization and Hire SSCOPE for your ongoing property and moving jobs or other services we provide.
Work For SSCOPE: SSCOPE is currently accepting applications from those with a mental health disability for future possible acceptance as a member of our organization and employment within our programs. SSCOPE is also accepting applications from individuals on social assistance who have demonstrated skills and desire to work on one of several regular overnight snow shoveling crews throughout the winter months.