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SWOVA in the News!

October 22, 2019

We were thrilled to see that SWOVA was featured in the current issue of Victoria’s Vital Signs! Thank you to The Victoria Foundation for your support! And a huge thank you to Kate Nash and family for making the photo shoot happen over the summer!  Read Full Report

Victoria’s Vital Signs: Greater Victoria’s 2019 Annual Check-up

We are also pleased that the Gulf Islands Driftwood published a story about the 10-year anniversary of Pass-It-On Girls. Thank you to the Driftwood, Kate Nash, Coreen Boucher, and the Pass-It-On Girls for collaborating to ensure the article was published!

Gulf Islands Driftwood, October 16, 2019

6 Resolutions for 2023 that Benefit You and Your Loved Ones

6 Resolutions for 2023 that Benefit You and Your Loved Ones

Did you make new year’s resolutions for 2023? Most new year’s resolutions are meant to improve your life or lifestyle. These resolutions, based on the social-emotional learning principles that ground the programs we facilitate in schools, are less conventional. And...

One Man’s Journey toward Mental Wellness

One Man’s Journey toward Mental Wellness

Monday marked World Mental Health Day, a day to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental wellness. Although more and more people are opening up, there is still a lot of stigma surrounding mental health....

You Are Worthy, You Are Valuable, You Are Seen… Pass it On

You Are Worthy, You Are Valuable, You Are Seen… Pass it On

We don’t always know what impact our programs have on people’s lives until later, sometimes much later. We found out on a spring evening in a beautiful barn at Stone Bridge Farm where thirty former participants joined a reunion of our Pass it On Girls program. Kate...