Who we are

The Somali Canadian Cultural Society of Edmonton (SCCSE) was
established as a non-profit organization in 1991 and incorporated in
March 2001.

The purpose of the organization is to meet the needs of the Somali and
African communities in Edmonton and surrounding areas. SCCSE is
committed to providing many programs and services to the Multicultural
community. These services include social, educational, recreational
and cultural activities.

Our mission is to foster a vibrant city and the well being of the
Somali and African community in Edmonton.

OUR GOALS ARE TO PROMOTE AND DEVELOP OUR COMMUNITY’S TRADITIONAL
VALUES AND A SENSE OF BELONGING AS WELL AS PROGRAMS BASED UPON THE
NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY.

Our Objective

  • To advance education by running after school and summer homework clubs for youth in Edmonton.

  • To relieve poverty by operating summer camps in Edmonton for youth from low income families.

  • To address and prevent problems faced by youth by delivering life skill learning programs.

  • To provide education, counselling and other support services for refugees and immigrant in need, including language instruction, mental health workshops, translation services, and other settlement services to assist newcomers to Canada.

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