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Spectrum's Strategic Plan: 2010 to 2013

We believe the best way to advance our mission is to focus our attention and expertise on building partnerships with individuals, their families, friends and allies, strengthening the support networks that are so vital to people’s safety and well-being in community.

Spectrum’s commitment to building strong partnerships will inform every aspect of our work, including service priorities, special projects with other agencies and funders, public relations and outreach work, communications, fundraising, policies, leadership development and human resources.

This strategic plan sets out an action agenda for the next three years, from 2010 to 2013. It addresses not only what Spectrum Society does but how we intend to transform ourselves to increase our impact – focusing on support networks, becoming a model of excellence in supporting self governance, nurturing a culture of learning and leadership, and developing a self-sustaining social enterprise.

Click here to read Spectrum's Strategic Plan.

 
 
  Community Living Agencies Network - CLAN BC
  A Credo for Support
  BC Association for Community Living
  MANDT Canada Website
  Community Living British Columbia
  Vela Microboard Association
  Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network
  Gentle Teaching International
  TASH INTERNATIONAL
  United Community Services Coop
  Steps Forward Post Secondary Inclusive Education Society
  End Exclusion - Building an Inclusive and Accessible Canada
  UNTAPE - Sharing Tips for Cutting Red Tape
  Community Housing Resources
  101Friends is the website for Spectrum's Personal Support Networks Project
  Spectrum's TYZE Community
  Volunteer Vancouver
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