About Us

SEESA officially opened in 1980 as a drop in centre with only one paid staff member: a secretary/receptionist. Volunteers were responsible for organizing all the social events, classes, monthly dinners, birthday parties and clean up. They started opening that summer one day a week, Wednesdays noon- 5 pm, and soon the centre was open daily from 10 am - 5 pm. At the end of that inaugral year membership had grown to 265.

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History of SEESA By-Laws Audited Financial Statements to December 31, 2019 Strategic Planning Roadmap Provide Feedback to the Board

Today, volunteers are still an integral part of the SEESA operational force and are supported by full & part-time staff. Before the pandemic, SEESA had over 1600 members. We were open 5 days a week (Fall to Spring) with activities running well into the evening Monday to Friday.


Membership is $40 annually. Brand new members who have never been a member of SEESA before may join for $50 starting July 1st and will receive the rest of the current year and all of the following year for that price. If you would like to become a member please print out the application form and mail it with your payment to our office. We will mail you a Membership Card and FOB. If your need for membership is more urgent because you want to register for a program, please contact us at 780-468-1985 and we will help you get set up.


South East Edmonton Seniors Association (SEESA)
9350 82 ST NW Edmonton AB T6C 2X8
P 780.468.1985 www.seesa.ca

Executive Director: Vacant
Office Manager: Peggy Hansen
President, Board of Directors: JudyLynn Archer

City of Edmonton Occupancy Permit # 93A03448
Charitable # 119157246RR0001

Persons aged 55 and over have choice of access to social, recreational, and support services that significantly contribute to their quality of life and a referral network to other essential services.

SEESA provides programs and services that will help seniors maintain and enhance their quality of life.

Core Values
Responsiveness: We (SEESA members, volunteers, and staff) ask for input, listen, and build relationships. We are open to both opportunity and change.
Inclusion: We embrace diversity and provide a range of programs and services to accommodate different interests and needs.

Connection: We seek out and develop connections with our members and across the broader Edmonton community.

Sustainability: We operate our facilities, programs, and services on a cost inclusive basis (affordability) and make sure needed resources are in place to ensure access for all.

Team Work: We bring a collaborative and constructive attitude to all that we do to create a positive and welcoming SEESA community.





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