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A Webinar Series hosted by Al Etmanski and Vickie Cammack to celebrate the “impact-ability” of people in the disability movement. In each webinar, Al and Vickie will be joined by seven experienced and inspirational changemakers.
Free Webinar Series
October 24 - February 27
Learn about the neighbourhood-based poverty reduction strategy in Toronto's Parkdale community, which has moved beyond organizational boundaries to align the priorities of diverse non-profits to collectively build more equitable local economies. Part 1 of 3 in a Deepening Community/ Vibrant Communities crossover learning series.
Evaluating Community Impact: Capturing and Making Sense of Community Outcomes is a three-day workshop intended to provide those who are funding, planning and implementing community change initiatives with an opportunity to learn the latest and most practical evaluation ideas and practices.
Vibrant Communities Canada is a Tamarack Institute Practice Area that will bring together 100 cities who are creating comprehensive poverty reduction strategies
As one of Tamarack Institute's two issue-based Practice Areas, we seek to engage the five Idea Areas on a deeper level. In both Vibrant Communities and Deepening Community we convene and host online learning communities where people who are working within that field can gather, learn and share with each other.
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Tamarack Institute, by visiting the website - http://www.tamarackcommunity.ca
Deepening Community, by visiting the website - http://deepeningcommunity.ca
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In 2008, the community identified Ending Poverty as a priority for London’s children, youth, and families. At that time, there were many impactful statistics that illustrated the impact of poverty in London, but there was one that crystallized the issue; 1 in 5 London children will experience poverty during their childhood. This was, and is, intolerable.
The Ending Poverty team is actively implementing strategies to meet basic needs in London neighbourhoods through our Basic Needs Beacon. With our community partners, we have developed and are implementing London’s Food Charter, a...
The Réseau québécois de revitalisation intégrée (RQRI) was established in 2008 by the two Quebec Vibrant Communities sites – Démarche des premiers quartiers de Trois-Rivières and Vivre Saint-Michel en Santé, in Montreal. It currently has 30 member organizations throughout Quebec.
Central Alberta Poverty Reduction Alliance (CAPRA) is a grassroots group of individuals interested in inspiring change! We have been working together since 2010.
The WPRC was established in 2007 based on the understanding that no single group or organization can successfully address poverty on its own. For this reason, the WPRC has engaged senior leaders from all sectors in a comprehensive, sustained effort. Membership of the WPRC comes from business, education, the community non-profit sector, labour, and all three levels of government. Early in its formation, the WPRC created an aspiration statement that clearly defines its objective – A City Where Everyone Belongs.
The WPRC is an initiative of United Way Winnipeg. It has been a member of...