Warm wishes for a wonderful holiday season
We've made our list and we've checked it twice.
A huge thank you is in order to all of our members, partners, volunteers and fellow Edmontonians. Thank you for helping us make Edmonton a safer city.
Much to our delight, 2014 was full of amazing opportunities. Here is a brief recap of our year:
- The WrapED youth-gang prevention program received $5.2 million in federal funding.
- REACH reported back to the community on the social return on investment of Schools as Community Hubs.
- REACH, in partnership with the Edmonton Police Service, produced a promotional video on Hard Target, one of our many training opportunities.
REACH added Historic Trauma & Aboriginal Client Services workshop to our training opportunities.
The Sexual Exploitation Working Group hosted their annual week of awareness which included a proclamation, hard-talk panel discussion and two-day professional conference.
- REACH was proud to partner on the High Risk Youth Conference.
- REACH celebrated a successful year at our Annual General Meeting featuring keynote speaker Adam Kahane.
- The Joint Use Summer Access Program saw an 80 percent increase in participation.
- REACH partnered on the Aboriginal Youth Police Academy.
- REACH partnered on Combat Crime.
- REACH, in partnership with Bissell Centre and Homeward Trust, launched the #JustCall211 social media campaign.
REACH, in partnership with Edmonton Police Service (EPS), launched the Winter Safety Fair social media campaign.
REACH, in partnership with EPS and West Edmonton Mall, hosted the second annual Winter Safety Fair.
REACH added Stories of Survival workshop to our training opportunities.
- REACH produced training videos for our growing Volunteer base which reached 40 people this year.