SSCOPE was featured in the January 29th issue of Social Enterprise Canada news, during their week long focus on what social enterprises are doing for mental health.
View or download the SSCOPE article HERE
View an earlier article in this series HERE
View the update on SSCOPE’s efforts to serve our many customers from the City level to residents all around the city during this current stretch of very challenging working conditions….HERE.
SSCOPE picking up your Christmas tree for recycling again this year. As noted at the City of Winnipeg Chip It program webpage.
$25 for one tree, $45 for two at same location. The proceeds go to support SSCOPE’s work to create meaningful employment for those with a mental health disability or issue in Winnipeg. Nearly 200 individuals find work with SSCOPE at some point during each time and our work continues to grow with the support of the community. Thank you!