KWCF Update - June 2019
KWCF Annual Report 2018
RBC Future Launch Community Challenge
Re-post from Exchange Magazine:
Last month, KWCF joined the RBC Future Launch Community Challenge, making up to $30,000 available to youth-led projects that address diverse and urgent local priorities in Kitchener, Waterloo, Wellesley, Wilmot or Woolwich.
By applying for a grant and bringing a project to life in our community, youth will have opportunities to lead, learn new skills, gain experience, and build relationships. – all things that will help prepare them for the future of work.
Application deadline: September 18, 2019
On the Table Waterloo Region
Join people from across Waterloo Region as we come together, make new connections, and build more meaningful relationships within our community.
We have partnered with the Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation to bring "On the Table" to Waterloo Region. Between September 27th and 29th, we're inviting you to bring together your friends, colleagues or strangers over some food to talk about what matters most to you.
Solving social isolation is complicated, but connecting with people can be easy. Each host will choose their venue, arrange to serve food and drink, and talk about the issues and ideas they find most interesting. The topics will be collected and shared – giving us a snapshot of what’s on people’s minds throughout Waterloo Region right now.
Impact-Focused Catalysts working together
KWCF’s 2019 Townhall was held on May 29th. The evening included updates about the work KWCF has been doing over the past year; followed by a passionate presentation from Sara Casselman focused on issues identified in the recent “Best and Worst Places to be a Woman in Canada” report.
Stay tuned, we will be including videos of the presentations in next month's update!
VIDEO: KWCF & the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals
In response to requests for information on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's), we have partnered with our friends at Waterloo Global Science Initiative to create a video on the SDG's and how they relate to our work locally.
Click the image below to watch this video.
Neighbourhood Matching Grant
LoveMyHood's Neighbourhood Matching Grant helps residents make great things happen in their 'hoods. Apply for up to $15,000 in funding during the Summer 2019 intake period.
Application deadline: Thursday, August 15, 2019
30 Day Challenge
There are still 10 days left to participate in Wellbeing Waterloo Region's 30 Day Challenge.
The challenge is a daily practice of short, fun, and thought-provoking activities designed to boost knowledge and capacity around equity issues such as unconscious bias, social inclusion, and various forms of privilege.
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