In service to our member Agencies, the Communications Unit is responsible for developing and managing a proactive strategy for the Southern First Nations Network of Care which integrates all communications, public relations, marketing and brand management efforts into a cohesive whole.

Major Functions of the Unit

  • Communicating the promise of our brand, which is anchored in our Vision, Mission and Values, and which reflects our mandate as we serve our member Agencies and clients.
  • Developing consistent, effective communication strategies for both internal and external audiences.
  • Ensuring adherence to our organization's brand standards and proper usage of individual brand elements.
  • Managing Media Relations.
  • Interfacing with key stakeholders, including funders, leadership, Agencies, clients, etc.
  • Managing digital media content and messaging, including website, social media and any other external third party communications vehicles.
  • In conjunction with the Communications Committee, managing the Annual Report, posters, pamphlets and third party / outside communications.

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  • Our Vision speaks to building upon our cultural foundations and kinship ties, such as Customary Care, which focuses on prevention and enhancing kinship ties. This is a teaching we believe will lead to better outcomes for our children, youth and families.
    - Shauna Fontaine, Communications Specialist

We are taking care of our own.

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