Please join KWCF and SVP as we learn more about Mennonite Central Committee (MCC).
We get to tour the facility on Kent Street, and learn about how they serve people locally, provincially, nationally, and internationally.
We actually get to participate in helping people locally and around the world when we tie knots on comforters and pack supplies and survival kits they send around the world to families who are facing disaster or crisis.
If you are interested in attending, please let Sarah know by email and she will add you to the list of attendees.
KWCF Board and Staff invite you to join us for our annual Chair’s Reception.
Join us for a cocktail party to celebrate 2018 and to thank our donors, our volunteers and our community partners!
4:30 pm - Doors Open
5:15: pm - Brief Remarks and Walter Bean Award Presentation
5:30 pm - Reception Continues
Please RSVP by Wednesday, November 21, 2018
In this meeting we will be breaking out into the funding levels that were reviewed. Each group will have the opportunity to present the findings from their applications.
There is parking available at Kitchener City Hall. Otherwise there is also 2 hour parking on the streets around the office.
Directions to our office:
When on King Street looking at Kitchener City Hall, to the left is a Shopper’s Drug Mart. Beside the Shopper’s is a Subway restaurant. Directly beside the Subway is a set of sliding doors. There is an accessibility button beside the doors that needs to be pressed in order to enter. You may either take the elevator up to the 2nd floor, or take the set of stairs when you enter. We are unit 206.
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We have a unique opportunity to see and learn about KidsAbility. Join us as they give us a thorough tour of the Waterloo location, provide insight into the services they offer, and learn of the impact they are having in our community.
If you are interested in attending, please email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will add you to the list
For new volunteers joining our committee. This is a one-time meeting that goes over high level KWCF information, how to navigate our software programs, and a general overview on how to evaluate an application.
Dinner will be provided.
When on King Street looking at City Hall, to the left is a Shopper’s Drug Mart. Beside that is a Subway. Directly beside that is a set of sliding doors where you need to push the accessibility button to open. We are located at the top of the stairs.