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Random Act of Kindness Day®

By Lizz DiCesare

Hold the door open for someone. Empty the dishwasher at home. Let the person behind you in line go in front. Make a new friend.


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The Next Generation of Philanthropic Leadership

By Lizz DiCesare

Engage! KW was first introduced in 2006 as a program to raise awareness on community issues and provide information about potential philanthropy. The KWCF never imagined then how much promise and impact the program could have. Now, in its second year of a new vision, Engage! KW has developed into an initiative with over 60 dynamic community leaders who have participated to date.


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As a tool for understanding community, Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs continues to spark dialogue, create connections, and inspire action.


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Building a Stronger Community….Vital Ideas

By Igloo Webmaster

Last spring, The KWCF launched a new philanthropic tool to help connect donors to community needs.


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For some, kind acts are part of their daily interactions. But there are enough of us out there who are too busy to notice when an opportunity to be kind arises.


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Cultivating Community Engagement – Engage! KW

By Igloo Webmaster

Engage! KW was first introduced in 2006 by The KWCF as a program to raise awareness of community issues and provide information about potential philanthropy.


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In its third year, Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs continues to spark dialogue, create connections, and inspire action.


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The second annual Random Act of Kindness (RAK) Day was another tremendous success with 100,000 RAK cards circulating around our community, reminding people to take a moment to do something nice for someone else.


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Ours is a community rich in philanthropic history.


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Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs – 2008

By Igloo Webmaster

Vital Signs is an annual community report card produced by community foundations across Canada that measures the vitality of our municipalities, identifies trends, and with the help of community supporters, assigns grades in the areas critical to quality of life.


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