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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

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...

Learn How to Work Better with Youth

Learn How to Work Better with Youth

The Circle Salt Spring Education Society is offering a new ‘Methods and Tools for Deeper Connections with youth’ course at the end of January 2022. This offering is ideal for individuals who work with youth in a variety of contexts, whether it be formal educational...

From L.A. to a rural island: social-emotional learning insights

From L.A. to a rural island: social-emotional learning insights

When Adele Mark was fifteen, she moved with her parents from Los Angeles, a city of 13 million people where she had lived all of her life, to Salt Spring Island, Canada. A place she thought of at the time as a remote island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean with more...