Each of these exciting projects has had a substantial impact and drew on our expertise.
Some projects brought together thousands of people, others thoughtfully involved key stakeholders to identify and work through their issues. Regardless of scale, these projects allowed us to dive deep on critical issues and help clients overcome challenges to build sustainable, resilient communities and organizations. This is the work we love most.
MODUS is working with a 15-member planning committee and a graphic facilitator over 6 months to prepare focused content and a unique format for a summit event in Washington DC.
Two years facilitating a network of health professionals and activists around the world.
A not-for-profit developing an action plan and stakeholder network for “every building greener”.
Building capacity for ongoing engagement and service responsiveness.
MODUS is currently working with the Township of Langley to develop a Social Sustainability Strategy to support decision making and resource allocation around important social issues.
An inventory and analysis of existing assets and organizations working towards community safety and well-being in Red Deer.
A framework to provide clear direction to meet the community's social goals
A community-led plan that assesses how 'age-friendly' Campbell River is today and identifies actions to make the community an even better place to live and age.
Spanning 5000+ people and 250 community groups, the City of Surrey and MODUS undertook an extensive engagement process to update its Parks, Recreation & Culture Strategic Plan.
A community-led plan that identifies practical actions for age-friendly housing and health care to better support seniors to live comfortably and enjoy a high quality of life.
A collaborative process with over 1,000 local youth, parents, caregivers, and service providers to create a Youth Strategy and Youth Development Wheel.
Designing an Age-Friendly Community Plan for the District of Sparwood, AB.