SNOW aims to foster social interaction among women of the Indo-Canadian community and to provide a platform for networking, collaboration and civic engagement.
The Social Network of Women (S.N.O.W or SNOW) was formed in 2011 under the auspices of the Indo-Canadian Community Centre (ICCC) as a Ladies’ Club.
SNOW aims to foster social interaction among women of the Indo-Canadian community and to provide a platform for networking, collaboration, and civic engagement. It is expected that these goals will be accomplished by, among other things:
- Engaging in activities of interest to members, including sharing of knowledge, promoting leisurely activities, and generally contributing to the quality of life (i.e. social, cultural and economic) of its members;
- Providing input into the activities of the ICCC on issues such as seniors programming, youth development and promoting Indian culture;
- Undertaking charitable work and also supporting charitable initiatives of other South Asian groups as and when possible; and
- Holding regular (planned to be monthly) meetings of members for interaction and discussion of how to implement the group’s vision and objectives.
For more information about the Social Network of Women, including membership and governance, please read our document S.N.O.W. Group Information & Policies
Updated February 2017
Here are some of our upcoming and recent events
The Indo-Canadian Community Centre (ICCC) Celebration of Achievements Evening with Gourmet Dinner and featuring performances by The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra and including Classical Indian Dance, Music & Songs Featuring door… Read more “ICCC Celebration of Achievements”
The October meeting of SNOW will be held on Saturday, October 20th, 2018. The meeting will be a “Breakfast and Learn” Potluck, hosted by Asha Chandan, from 10:00 am to… Read more “Next Meeting”
Hello Friends, Famous 5 Ottawa is now seeking applications for the Norton Rose Fulbright Mentorship Program, for 2 spots – one for May 24, 2018 and one for… Read more “Famous 5 and the Norton Rose Fulbright Mentorship Program”