The mandate of Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) is for communities to design and deliver social programs that are preventive in nature to promote and enhance well-being among individuals, families and communities.
The 2021 Beiseker Family and Community Support Service (FCSS) applications are now available. Applications must be received no later than March 5, 2021. There are 2 application documents available to download, one for requests over $1000 and one for requests under $1000.
For questions, assistance or submitting your application please direct them to Brook Swanson -Beiseker FCSS Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Charities and non-profits have access to supports to help navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The Small and Medium Enterprise Relaunch Grant offers financial assistance to Alberta businesses, cooperatives, and non-profit organizations that were ordered to close or curtail operations, and that experienced a revenue reduction of at least 40%, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn more: https://www.alberta.ca/sme-relaunch-grant.aspx
- The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy covers a portion of an employee’s wages for eligible employers. The wage subsidy helps employers keep and re-hire employees and avoid layoffs.
Learn more: https://www.canada.ca/…/departm…/economic-response-plan.html
- Faith-based and cultural organizations can apply for a new one-time grant of up to $5,000 to help offset the financial costs of following COVID-19 public health measures.
Learn more: https://www.alberta.ca/faith-based-and-cultural-facility-relaunch-grant.aspx
Regular Council Meeting – December 14 2020
Mon, Dec 14, 2020 7:15 PM – 8:15 PM (MST)
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The Government of Alberta is currently continuing its review of Alberta’s Police Act with a public survey. Throughout the fall, the Alberta government has met with a wide range of stakeholders representing law enforcement, health and social services sectors, municipalities and Indigenous communities. The survey provides the opportunity for the public to have its say on the future of policing in Alberta. It covers several topics related to law enforcement, such as the role of police in community, processes for handling complaints from the public and officer discipline. The survey is now open and will remain open until January 4, 2021.