Welcome to Champions for Change
Each year the society takes on a projects or activities in the community and along with a number of community partners we have seen a great deal of success in positively impacting the quality of life in St. Paul. The society works mainly with the four focus areas that were identified in their Sustainability Plan.
- Downtown Revitalization – Family Day event, Downtown Banner Project, Graffiti Reduction Program, Canada Day event, Downtown Mock (mini) project, Street Art Program, Rock the Block (outdoor entertainment), Historical Panels and Reconciliation St. Paul Activities.
- Thrive on Wellness – “Healthy Food for all in St. Paul” (collective kitchens, food workshops, seed saving workshop).
- Cancer Prevention Project – A pilot project with Alberta Prevents Cancer and Alberta Health, to
reduce the risk of cancer in our community.
Display at Health & Wellness Fair
Sun Shade tents and umbrellas available at campgrounds (all summer)
Salad in a Jar Workshops (businesses & senior’s week activities)
Mushroom Picking Workshop (when mushroom ready – no set date)
Please take a look at the various tabs and pages on this site and learn more about how St. Paul Champions for Change came about, what we have been involved in and what we are doing now and of course, the ways in which you might like to become involved. WE are always looking for volunteers to help with our projects.
The St. Paul Champions for Change Society is dedicated to a people-centered sustainable community development that advances the common good of those that live, work and play within its catchment area.
Our mission is to promote community engagement and citizen responsibility for creating and sustaining healthy and vibrant communities by connecting people, resources and ideas. This is achieved by:
- Fostering collaborative relationships
- Supporting self-sustaining community development
- Promoting social cohesion
- Encouraging healthy life-style choices
- To educate and inspire citizens toward sustainable community development projects.
- To increase the level of citizen participation in sustainable community development initiatives
- To foster constructive community relationships and cross-cultural understanding as the basis for cooperation in community enhancement efforts.
- To provide regular forums for promoting ongoing dialogue around healthy community practices
- To assist in the generation of seed money dedicated toward self-sustaining healthy community development ventures
- To facilitate a gathering of the downtown revitalization group, the healthy lifestyles group and the caring for youth group identified by the Nov. 2009 community meeting.