The Redefining Retirement program is funded by the Department of Seniors. We are co-facilitating this program with the Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre and looking forward to 2019 programming!
We're excited to continue our work in the community transportation sector by supporting the Nova Scotia Community Transportation Network to develop an updated strategic plan that will help to guide their work for the coming years.
Project Scope: Strategic Plan and Governance Renewal
"We engaged Third Sector Enhancement to support our board to refresh our strategic foundation, review our governance structure, develop a set of board policies and help us develop an action plan. Chris and Chantal worked closely with me, and with board members, to ensure that there was a clear understanding of how our strategic foundation is realized through the work we do with, and for, our members. I would be happy to call upon their services in the future."
Matt Trask, Executive Director
Project Scope: Development of Policy Options for Community Transportation
"Third Sector Enhancement effectively collected, analyzed, synthesized, and reported on the diverse opinions of departmental stakeholders regarding government's response to community transportation. The final report identified a variety of policy options for consideration. Their willingness to collaborate with the interdepartmental team was appreciated."
Jacqueline Campbell, Community Development Coordintor
Project Scope: Design and facilitate public engagement sessions.
"By engaging the public in an impartial manner, and with honesty and integrity, the professionals at Third Sector have proven that they can adapt a program to any setting and to any public sentiment. We look forward to working with them as we continue the process."
Tara McGuire, Director of Community Development
Project Scope: Business plan for a long-term care facility, which would service First Nation residents and those from the larger community.
"Our project has a unique focus on long-term care and TSE followed all possible avenues to pull together the appropriate information we needed to move to the next step of project development. The team went above and beyond what we contracted the to do, to ensure that we received the best possible product. I look forward to working with TSE again."
Amanda Peters, Chief Executive Officer
Project Scope: Business Model for Museum Sustainability
“We are very pleased with the work that was led by Chris Pelham and completed by Chantal Pelham-Edwards and the rest of the team. Should the need arise, I look forward to working with this team again.”
Lisa Wolf, Director
Ross Farm Museum
The AC CDC asked us to support their strategic planning efforts. We helped them to develop a solid strategic foundation that was accepted by the staff and board, to guide their work for the coming years.
The Shehatshiu Innu First Nation recently developed a Comprehensive Community Plan, and the establishment of a gas bar and convenience store was the first step in the achievement of the plan. Third Sector developed a business plan for the project, by connecting with subject matter experts, reviewing relevant research, and developing a report which provided a variety of options and outlined the anticipated financial outcomes.
Chris was one of the founders of this organization and continues to support their strategic planning efforts.
The Chester Transportation Society (Community Wheels) engaged us to develop their business sustainability plan.
We worked with the DesBrisay Museum to develop a strategic plan.
TSE facilitated a strategic plan for this provincial group - all work done from a distance as meeting in-person was not an option given the timeline, distance involved, and winter weather!
We teamed up with Common Good Solutions to prepare, and facilitate, an entrepreneurship workshop for the senior management group of the NSCC.
TSE worked with the Town Council from the Town of Wolfville to develop some planning priorities.