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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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Connecting our Community

By Lizz DiCesare

The Centre for Community Knowledge (CCK) was founded on partnerships: Capacity Waterloo Region, Conestoga College, Skylight Productions and Igloo Software. Each of these organizations has made a significant impact on the development and roll out of the Centre for Community Knowledge in our community.


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A Smile Goes a Long Way

By Lizz DiCesare

Random Act of Kindness Day® (RAK Day) has grown over the last six years into a community-wide celebration of kindness. What makes the day so special is that it’s really about people. It’s about strangers and neighbours, co-workers and friends reaching out to one another to make someone feel cared for and appreciated.


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Leading the Future of our Community

By Lizz DiCesare

With over 100 graduates to date, the Engage! KW program is a roaring success. Included in these graduates are 27 bright, emerging leaders participating in the 2013–2014 class. These graduates have been working side-by-side over the 7-month program to reflect on their values, their philanthropic goals and to learn how to make their community a better place to live, work and raise a family.


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The Start of a New Cycle

By Lizz DiCesare

In October 2013 The KWCF launched Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs® (WRVS), marking the beginning of a new three-year cycle for the check-up on community vitality. It was in this past year that we paused to reflect on the past six years of Vital Signs® in Waterloo Region. What began as a simple printed report has since morphed into so much more. WRVS today represents the way we do business as a community foundation.


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