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Opportunities Waterloo Region, a member of Vibrant Communities Canada, can be a little hard to understand because of how outcomes are achieved.
We don’t provide direct service and we don’t own programs.
Rather, we play a unique role in our regional community by working at a systems level – on root causes.
We act as a regional convener, engaging multiple sectors of the community (business, government, non-profits, and people) and facilitating the efforts necessary to develop and implement comprehensive, community-owned solutions with the goal to provide people with...
Our Vision: A community where no human being is deprived of the resources, means, choices and power to acquire and maintain self sufficiency while being able to be an active participant in society.
Our Mission: To end poverty in Calgary and enhance the well-being of all Calgarians.
The Family Consultant works collaboratively with community partners to build a local teams, with the goals of identifying the key barriers families face, connecting families to the services they need and creating and implementing community plans that innovatively work towards addressing the barriers. Port Hardy does not yet have a formal poverty reduction strategy, however; the community has a range of municipal/provincial government and non-government services to support low-income families.
We are a new alliance in Leeds & Grenville Ontario. We are convened by the United Way, United Counties and the Health Unit. We have recently completed a theory of change and are establishing a poverty reduction roundtable. We are focused on Health Security, Income Security, Food Security and Housing Security.
Charlotte County Community Inclusion Network (CCCIN) hosted 7 community consultations from October to December 2011 across the region, involving over 75 participants. Meetings were held at different locations on the mainland, Deer Island and Grand Manan, and a meeting with community members from Campobello was held by telephone conference. The objectives of the consultations were as follows:
1. To identify community assets and strengths in relation to poverty reduction
2. To identify opportunities to build on those assets to help reduce poverty in the region