Social Planning Cowichan (SPC) is a registered charitable society founded in May 2004. Its goal is to provide leadership that brings the community together to create a sustainable quality of life for everyone in the Cowichan Region. In 2008 Social Planning Cowichan was gifted the work of Cultural Connections as a legacy from the 2008 North American Indigenous Games. This included the continuation of co-hosting the annual Walk of Nations and generating opportunities for cross cultural bridge building, between First Nations and non First Nations community members
Social Planning Cowichan researches, forms partnerships, creates strategies and informs the Cowichan
public about social planning issues.
To conduct research about the social health of the Cowichan Region
To educate and inform the Cowichan Region community about social planning issues
To facilitate partnerships and community consensus on issues and action plans
To recommend action plans and short and long term strategies to improve the quality of life in the Cowichan Region