Hospice services were divested to HHHS (along with Community Care and the VON Adult Day program) after 20 years. SIRCH piloted Volunteer Match, a concept which posited one point of entry for volunteers who want to volunteer in the community. For a variety of reasons that concept was not readily accepted and VolunteerMatch closed.

Funding for Safe at Home, a program that assessed the physical housing of seniors and connected them to resources to assist with repairs and maintenance, was received and the program piloted.

A Mother-to-Mother Breastfeeding Support Program, matching volunteer mentors with pregnant and breastfeeding women began.

Dig In and Garden Buddies were incubated by SIRCH in partnership with Abbey Gardens and the HKPR District Health Unit to encourage growing, preserving and eating healthy food.

SIRCH partnered with TPS Haliburton Holdings to manage Thrift Warehouse, an 8,000 square foot thrift store in Haliburton, on a profit-sharing basis.

SIRCH was nominated for the Chamber of Commerce Not-for-Profit of the Year.

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