Kings County Seniors' Safety Society

Kings County Seniors' Safety Society

Operational Structure

The Kings County Seniors’ Safety Society is a registered not-for-profit organization incorporated in 2006. It is governed by a Board of Directors made up of dedicated volunteers from across the County of Kings.  The society is led by a strategic plan, an operational plan and a cohesive set of policies and procedures. 

The society employs one full time paid employee as Program Coordinator, who's function is to oversee the running of the Senior Safety Program. The program provides a broad range of community based and in home services delivered to seniors throughout Kings County. The Program Coordinator works closely with multiple community organizations and has a strong and long standing relationship with Kings RCMP. The Program Coordinator works from the RCMP Community Policing Office in Wolfville. Other contracted services are engaged as necessary. 

The Society operates on funding received from the following sources:
  • The NS Department of Seniors
  • The Law Foundation of Nova Scotia
  • The Municipality of the County of Kings
  • The Towns of Kentville, Wolfville and Berwick
  • The Valley Regional Hospital Foundation
  • The Soldiers Memorial Hospital Foundation
  • The Western Kings Memorial Health Society

We also receive “in kind" services from the Kings RCMP and the Nova Scotia Health Authority. In 2017 we were recipients of a new vehicle from the Mud Creek Rotary for use by the Senior Safety Program Coordinator.

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