Success Stories

The following infographics describe Success Stories which have had an impact at the Individual, Organizational, and Community Level:

Key Achievements
October 2022 to April 2023

Godfrey Dean Art Gallery
April 12, 2023

Twelve artist participants in the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery’s program, Belong Where You Find Yourself, have been working collaboratively and individually on drawing, painting, photography, filmmaking, storytelling, musical theatre, woodworking, sculpture and fabric art.

Remembering the past, Verna enjoys drawing architecture and buildings from memory

Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan
April 3, 2023

Dianne McLeod, a volunteer support group facilitator with the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan, shares her family’s experiences with dementia and how support from the Alzheimer Society helped her and her husband live well with the disease.

Key Achievements
April 2022 – September 2022

Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan
November 2020 – April 2021

Since November 2020, the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan has reached thousands of households through an awareness campaign, presented the ABCs of Dementia to hundreds of registrants, shared resources with many community organizations, and learned key lessons.

Collaborating Organizations
September 2021

One of the key lessons from our continuous communications with the collaborating organizations in this collective impact initiative is their interest in a proactive and mutual learning environment. To this end, our collaborating organizations want their progress and success stories to be heard and shared regularly. This is also an important tool to sustain the momentum.

We will continue sharing progress and success stories as we move forward!