Vital Signs Community Network

The Vital Signs Community Network (VSCN) brings together like-minded organizations and community leaders to stay informed and to encourage collaboration and partnerships so that together we can best address the needs of today and prepare for the needs of tomorrow.

VSCN members act as a sounding board for the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation to ensure the relevance and effectiveness of its community engagement and knowledge sharing, in particular its Vital Signs© research to enhance the Foundation’s ability to provide community leadership. 

At the quarterly meetings, members discuss their work and community needs, and throughout the year, when possible, there are professional development opportunities either through peer sharing, guest speakers or partnerships with other organizations.

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Upcoming August Meeting
The next quarterly meeting is to take place August 17, 2023. Click below to register or reach out to us if you have any questions.
Upcoming December Meeting
The last quarterly meeting for 2023 is set to take place on December 19th, 2023. Click below to register or reach out to us if you have any questions.
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Presentations From Previous VSCN Events

About the Presentation

Colleen Strauch has been with Luther College since 2018, and began her role as Director of the Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Studies Network (NVSSN) in 2021. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Adult Education from the University of Regina. She brings over a decade of meaningful experience working and volunteering in the nonprofit sector both in Canada and internationally. She is an active volunteer with the Regina Open Door Society, RaiseHer Community, and The Terry Fox Foundation and is a board member of the Saskatchewan Career Development Association. Colleen joins us for this session to tell us about the NVSSN’s Nonprofit Leadership & Innovation (NSLI) Certificate, service-learning, and engagement opportunities.

About the Guest Speaker

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