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Helping Families, One Turkey at a Time

By Lizz DiCesare

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Celebrating Identity in our Community

By Lizz DiCesare

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Impact Investing at The KWCF - July 2017

By Rochelle Benoit

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ENGAGE!KW

By Rochelle Benoit

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Random Act Of Kindness Day®

By Rochelle Benoit

For the past seven years, Random Act of Kindness Day® (RAK Day) has inspired Waterloo Region and other Canadian communities to engage citizens in small acts of kindness and generosity. This day is so special because it focuses on people. We get so busy in our day-to-day lives that sometimes we forget to think about the people around us. It is the missed opportunities for caring interaction that affect how we feel about one another, and about our community.

Since the beginning, The KWCF and its dedicated volunteers have driven the local movement. Now RAK Day is about many individuals and organizations stepping up to find their own ways to impact the lives of others. This shift to community ownership of RAK Day means positive things for our community. It means we all see the value in being kind to one another and making sure that everyone feels like they belong.


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Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs®

By Rochelle Benoit

In 2013, The KWCF launched the full report of Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs® which took a high-level view of the areas challenging our community.

Last October, The KWCF launched the 2014 edition of Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs®, a priority report with a more in-depth focus on the areas of Belonging & Leadership, Arts & Culture, Health & Wellness and Getting Started. Because we know that every challenge an individual faces in our community is only exacerbated by issues with access to personal transportation, a special focus on Getting Around was also included.


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