The Richmond, Danville & Drummondville area CLC (Richmond Regional High School, St. Francis Elementary, A.D.S. Elementary School and Drummondville Elementary School) work in partnership with the CIUSSS de l’Estrie-CHUS, ValFamille and Townshippers’ Association on a collective project, known as “Partners for the Vitality of the English-Speaking Community of the Val-Saint-François and Des Sources”. Its goal is to make a collective impact on the health and well-being of the English-speaking community by ensuring greater access to health, social services and community resources in English in the Val-Saint-François and des Sources communities, as well as promoting the involvement of citizens and building links between them. The project received financial contributions from CIUSSS-de-l’Éstrie CHUS through the CHSSN funding by Health Canada, under the Action plan for official languages in Canada, and Valfamille.
OUR VITAL COMMUNITY micro-grants (of up to $500) aims to encourage citizens and community organizations to realize projects, actions and activities that support the health and wellness of the English-speaking population in the MRCs of Val-Saint-François and/or Des Sources.
OUR VITAL COMMUNITY micro-grants are administered by the Partners for the Vitality of the English-speaking community of the Val-Saint-François. Successful recipients will be supported in their projects by the Richmond, Danville and Drummondville area CLC Coordinators.
The next call for project submissions will be in Spring 2020.
Information & Application Form:
Click here for the online submission form