Presentation on theme: "For 25 years the centre served the entire community with programs, activities, and events for all ages. It was where our community lived... and as we."— Presentation transcript:
For 25 years the centre served the entire community with programs, activities, and events for all ages. It was where our community lived... and as we grew, it grew to keep up.
In 2003 the centre reached its peak-time capacity, by 2011 only 26% felt the facilities were adequate: 70% of seniors said they needed a place and only 30% thought the centre offered enough programs 77% of parents said youth needed a place and only 18% thought the centre offered enough programs 58% wanted a fitness centre 90% said the Library was important and 2/3 said it needed to expand. when programs resume in September the facility will support over 100 hours of activities each week... excluding sports.
With over 70% of people saying we arent doing enough, With a population more than doubled since the last building expansion, With a rapidly expanding senior and young family population With over 1,000 people at home almost every day... It is time to make the centre, once again, the place where community lives.
Where Community Lives Visited by more people - more often Stay longer- Do more - Live Better
Room to relax between activities a comfortable place to wait for someone Catch up with friends & a coffee A new Lobby / Common Area todays lobby
Room to read, browse, & relax Room for book & homework clubs Better selections & a place to spend some time A new Library, 3 times larger
Infrastructure-space is an insurmountable obstacle to getting local heath care A Nurse Practitioner clinic working with ADMH or WCFHC is the opportunity for local follow- ups, assessments, referrals, home-care & prescriptions A new Clinic – Outreach Space Infrastructure-space is an insurmountable obstacle to getting local heath care
A comfortable place where groups can meet More spaces provide greater opportunities for more people to deliver and participate in a wider range of affordable programs A new Club meeting space
A new Fitness Centre A convenient, affordable place to work-out... no drive - no fine print
Low Impact Fitness & Multi Use Room More & Better places to deliver programs & activities for people of all ages
An expanded Kitchen Cooking programs & activities for people of all ages Gourmet and other clubs Opportunities for new food & grocery services & programs
a new Green room The stage is already used over 100 days a year... the Green room will provide an appropriate space for actors, dancers, musicians, comedians, and other performers a discrete access to the stage and washrooms for performers
High Level Budget & Funding Environmental, Assessments, Design, Tenders $ 192,000 ( in progress ) Funding to be contributed by Library Board: $400,000 City Parks, Recreation, Culture: 50% up to $750,000 Community: 50% up to $750,000 Site Prep, Construction, Finishing ( 6,000 sq ft ) $ 1,200,000 subtotal $1,392,000 Contingencies & extras (eg paving) $ 508,000 Total Capital $ 1,900,000 Phase 1; New Construction – Total required $ 1,900,000
the Community Contribution Business, City Wide, Foundations $ 491,500 Total Community $ 750,000 the Communitys $750,000
the Community Contribution Community / Individuals $ 258,500 Total Community $ 750,000 support from local trades & professionals is important
Project Viability window the project probably goes ahead in this range but some things would have to wait (eg paving) Sandhills Fundraising Schedule Project Viability Construction Start Delays Increase Risk of Cancellation $Thousands
other Appreciation Levels Certificate of gratitude – $ 25 Donor board listing – $ 50 Donor board listing (in gold) – $ 100 above are also listed on a shared commemorative tile Premium commemorative wall tile – $1,000 tax receipts are issued for donations of $25 or more all donations are held in trust until construction – its a money back guarantee