Board Governance Training

Introduction to Board Governance: Understanding Your Roles and Responsibilities

This workshop is for you if:

  •  You’re a new board member wanting to learn more about your role.

  •  You’re an experienced board member wishing to enhance your skills and work more effectively as a board team member.

  •  You want to attend by yourself or with other member(s) of your board.

Hosted by the Winnifred Stewart Association and presented by the Alberta Culture and Tourism Board Development Program (BDP)

Saturday, April 13, 8am to 4:30pm

Fee: $45


Winnifred Stewart Association
11130 131 Street
Edmonton, AB T5M 1C1

Please register by contacting Tracey Kelley via email at


Santa Came Early to WSA!

Thanks to Daryn and the great folks at Applied Colour, we have a brand new XBox and projection screen. We have been lucky enough to have Daryn and his team take care of some of the painting projects needed in our houses over the past few months. We are so thankful for their great work and the kindness they have shown in helping us cross some items off our wish list this year. Thank you for these wonderful early Christmas gifts, Applied Colour!


We have the Most Amazing Volunteers!

We had an amazing crew working hard to get our annual “Blitz” mailout campaign ready last night. 2,600 letters are ready to go out to our fantastic supporters. Thank you to everyone who made this happen!

Joey Moss & Friends Golf Tournament

Over $41,000 raised, thanks to your support!

Thank you to everyone who joined us and supported the 1st Annual Joey Moss & Friends Golf Tournament, on Thursday August 16th at The Ranch Golf and Country Club.

The day was an absolute blast, celebrating WSA's 65th Anniversary and Joey's 55th Birthday. The more than 80 golfers in attendance were treated to beverages, wings, burgers, games, and more throughout the course.  The players wrapped up the day reception emceed by the one and only, Gene Principe, a silent auction filled with sports memorabilia and VIP sporting event opportunities, and broke in to a verse of `Happy Birthday' to celebrate Joey Moss turning 55 this coming September.

Thanks to everyone who was involved, we raised more than $41,000 which will go towards enhancing our programs and services for people with disabilities in our community. Thank you to all of our sponsors, donors, volunteers and participants for making this such a memorable day. Scroll down to view the photos from the day!

Partner Sponsor

Partner Sponsor

Luxury Oilers Experience Theater Box for 8 - Online Auction

Theater Box may not be exactly as pictured.

Theater Box may not be exactly as pictured.

#TheaterBox for 8 people at mutually agreeable #OilersGame includes dinner, drinks, & a visit from special guests! Special thanks to Lyle Best and Tom Braid!

Bidding will be open until the silent auction closes at the 1st Annual Joey Moss & Friends Golf Tournament on Thursday, August 16th, 2018.

Please visit to place your bid!


Empties to WINN - 2018 Emerald Award Finalist

This year, the Empties to WINN program was nominated and became a Finalist for a 2018 Emerald Award in the category of Community Group or Not-For-Profit: Large Organization. Yay ETW!

The Emerald Awards have recognized and celebrated the outstanding environmental achievements of large and small businesses, individuals, not-for-profit associations, community groups, youth, and governments for the past 27 years.


Welcome Sue White, WSA's incoming CEO!

The Winnifred Stewart Association welcomes Sue White as our incoming CEO.

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Sue has been actively working with and on behalf of people with disabilities, and in the social profit sector, for over a decade. As Vice President with Special Olympics Alberta she worked with over 3,500 athletes who have an intellectual disability to develop sport skills, social skills and self-esteem. Prior to that Sue was Finance Manager for The GRIT Program, an inclusive, early childhood program for young children with developmental disabilities.

Outside of work, Sue is also closely connected to the social profit sector. She is currently serving as Board Chair for the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations and with the help of her two children, Sue's family fosters assistance dogs in training for Dogs With Wings

The legacy of Winnifred Stewart is humbling and her belief that people with developmental disabilities have valuable contributions to make to our communities, is one that Sue embraces.  WSA is so excited to welcome Sue to the WSA family!

We will miss Larry Smook dearly, and we wish him the best in his future adventures. The past 12 years of Larry's leadership will always be remembered fondly and with admiration for his strong ability to advocate for WSA in the sector.