Community Futures South Central

88 Saskatchewan Street East, Moose Jaw, SK - Phone: (306) 692-6525

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Community Futures South Central

South Central Community Futures Region

 

COVID-19 Protocols at CF South Central

In light of COVID-19, CF South Central's office is temporarily moving all client interactions to email and phone. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause clients, but know that we are still ready to provide top-knotch business services, in a modified way. So keep on connecting with us - we're here.

P: 306-692-6525
P: 306-692-8899
Toll Free:1-800-329-1479
Gen. Info: sccfdc@sasktel.net
Cory Harkness: cory@cfsask.ca
Les Mielke: lesm1@sasktel.net

 

Community Futures South Central

Established in February of 1994 to help maintain existing jobs and create new ones.   Community Futures South Central is a non-profit corporation sponsored through the Department of Western Economic Diversification. Governed by a local Board consisting of regional and organizational representatives.

The Community Futures mandate includes:

  • The delivery of an effective and targeted investment fund.
  • The delivery of business advisory services, business planning, business information services and entrepreneurship training to SME’s.  This shall result in opportunity identification, opportunity matching and partnerships.
  • The facilitation of community economic development and strategic community planning.

Vision
Community Futures South Central will assist in the building of a more viable and sustainable region through economic and community development.

Goals
To create jobs and wealth by assisting in the establishment of sustainable businesses.

To create a business development environment by assisting in community and economic development through:

  • Active involvement in business development initiative and provision of loans
  • Brokering of services and support
  • Establishing partnerships and alliances

Serving Area
Community Futures South Central serving area extends over 31,000 square kilometers in southern Saskatchewan and covers 32 rural municipalities, 40 urban municipalities and one First Nations Reserve, serving a total population of 58,200.

 

Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan

Support to Canadians
On March 18th the Prime Minister announced a new set of economic measures to help stabilize the economy during this challenging period. Read more

 

Canadian Chamber of Commerce Resources

Take a look at this website which offers small business a Pandemic Preparedness Guide, templates and business support information. Click here