Self-Advocates of Semiahmoo, SAS, make change through positive relationships. This focus provides the organization opportunities to engage others in our work and to collaborate on projects with the community, businesses, non-profits and government organizations. SAS pays close attention to support accessibility and inclusion in their community, province and country.
SAS has had success in grants; community engagement; partnerships; presentations; innovative initiatives; and building a strong self-advocacy organization. SAS looks for ways to build and strengthen their community. SAS wants to be a part of the solution by looking at the objectives, strategies and collaborative opportunities to participate in creating places where we are all valued, involved and contributing. SAS is an independent organization mainly funded by UNITI/ Semiahmoo House Society and The Semiahmoo Foundation.