From May to November 2017, 18 threatre workshop sessions were delivered to seniors in Peel Region. These sessions relied on storytelling and the performing arts to meet the need for social activity among seniors. The impact of the theatre workshop sessions was increased self-expression and psychological well-being.
PPAG is a community-based group that advocates for people living in poverty, people who are homeless, especially
those who are living and working on the streets. The SPC-Peel provides administrative support to PPAG's
activities as well as research and planning support.
The Motivational Identity Transformation (MIT) Framework is a partnership between the African Canadian Youth Substance Abuse Prevention (ACYSAP) Program and the Social Planning Council of Peel. This framework will enable racialized and Black youth to develop the habits, skills, and self-esteem they need for success in life. The four pillars of preparing youth for success are self-determination, creativity, responsibility, and equity.
This project has two main components. The first component is an internal management one. This involves the SPC-Peel
giving consideration to how it can incorporate the subject and practice of a social purpose enterprise as one of its
core program areas for the future. The second component is an educational or capacity-building one. It involves SPC
Peel providing capacity building support to small, new and emerging non-profit agencies and groups interested in
establishing and managing social purpose enterprises in Peel.