The Airdrie Resource Council (ARC) is an informal inter-agency meeting and networking opportunity for community service providers in Airdrie and surrounding area, including representatives from human services, health services and education.
Since 1976, the ARC has met to network, discuss current issues and provide updates among members on activities and programs.
Its mandate is to create a support network for social service not-for-profit agencies to better provide services to citizens through information-sharing and collaboration. Its informal criteria for membership is that member-organizations: are not-for-profit/not a business, they serve Airdrie and Area residents, are collaborative in nature and open to diversity, and that they are not political or religious focused.
The ARC meets five times a year and meetings are held from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm on the third Tuesday of: September, November, January, March and May. Find the ARC Meeting Calendar here. Meetings are currently done virtually.
Interested in attending or have a topic of interest to present? Contact Social Planning at firstname.lastname@example.org.