2022-2024 Windsor Essex Anti-Hate Youth Collective
Anti-Racism Anti-Hate Grant Program (ARAH)
Funded by the Anti-Racism Directorate, Ministry of Citizenship and Multiculturalism, the Anti-Hate Youth Collective project aims to bring Black, Indigenous, and racialized youth together to collectively address and lead public awareness, education and necessary action.
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2022-2023 Resilient Communities Fund
Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF)
With the funds received through the Resilient Communities Fund, South Asian Centre of Windsor will rebuild and recover from impacts of Covid-19 by hiring staff, purchasing equipment and redesigning our website to support virtual program delivery and connect with members and supporters digitally.
2022-2023 Windsor Essex Wellness Hub for Seniors Funded by Government of Canada
A New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP)
Funded by the Government of Canada under Employment and Social Development Canada,the Wellness Hub provides a complete daily fitness, art, music, education and social program to promote healthy living. It served seniors – including those from culturally diverse and traditionally underserved communities – within the Windsor Essex area, and across Ontario. Programs include: Daily fitness to improve strength, balance, cardio and overall fitness. Weekly painting lessons and other art, music and meditation-based programs designed to improve mental health and wellness. Weekly Connection Café groups offer peer-based socialization, education, wellness/ stress reduction activities, and support in identifying community resources to address challenges – to a variety of different language communities
2021 Feasibility Study for a Social EnterpriseFunded by Government of Canada Investment Readiness Program(IRP)
2020-2021 South Asian Mental Health and Wellness Initiative (SAMHWI)Funded by Government of Canada Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF) Windsor-Essex Community Foundation(WECF)
Provided mental health information and support to South Asians and other vulnerable communities living in the Windsor-Essex area impacted by Covid-19.
2020-2021 South Asian Health Information Services (SAHIS)Funded by United Way Centraide Windsor-Essex County
Provided health information and services in various south asian languages in Windsor-Essex.
2017 The Komagata Maru IncidentFunded by Government of Ontario
The Cultural Understanding Workshop By Dr. Sushil Jain, President of the South Asian Centre of Windsor and a seniors trip for Windsor seniors to the Stratford Festival Production