- Live Algoma
- Access to Adventure
- Philanthropic Supporters
- Thought Partners
Access to Adventure
Access to Adventure is a community focused on ensuring that all individuals have access and opportunity to connect and thrive in the natural world. Every person has a basic need for health and wellbeing, by utilizing the abundant available public land around us we can provide unique recreational opportunities while connecting with nature.
RIDE4Kids (Recreation for Individuals with Different abilities through Exercise) is a community focused on including children with cognitive, sensory, and physical disabilities. Through the development of motor and movement skills during play, this community builds intergenerational connections regardless of ability.
Algoma Venture Academy
Algoma Venture Academy (AVA) is a public charter school authorized by the Algoma School District serving students entering grades 7-12. Through personalized learning, students will capitalize on their unique strengths and passions through personal choices and authentic opportunities. AVA provides a supportive learning community that ensures students acquire college, career, and world readiness through knowledge, skills, and dispositions.
OneDenmark serves to connect organizations, resources, and individuals, to build a stronger Denmark community.
Live Algoma is building a Culture of Health by supporting individual, organizational and community impacts along the seven dimensions of health and wellbeing. Using an Asset Based Community Development model, community members define for themselves the dimensions of wellbeing they would most like to work on, the resources and assets in the community that can be leveraged to support their desired aim, and coalesce partners to implement the initiative.
Wolf Den Afterschool Program
Wolf Den is a community focused on supporting and elevating students within the Algoma School District. Students develop their social and emotional capacity, practice basic life skills, and develop a growth mindset in a safe and productive environment. The students also acquire skills used to manage stress and adversity to meet their self-care needs. They also develop relationships with peers, high school students, and community members.