Celebrate Nonprofit Appreciation 7 days with Flamborough Connects

Colleen Stinson, executive director of Flamborough Connects.Colleen Stinson, executive director of Flamborough Connects.

It’s Nonprofit Appreciation Week in Ontario.

Flamborough Connects is celebrating these non-earnings points:

Almost 850,000 non-gain staff are dedicated to serving, connecting, and supporting all Ontarians.

Non-gains are important and are designed up of businesses like kid care, very long-term care, shelters, neighborhood well being centres, seniors assist, youth systems and extra.

Ontario’s 58,000 non-earnings support to build healthful and thriving communities, and contribute $65 billion to the financial state.

Ontario’s non-earnings sector is diverse — including arts and culture, housing, athletics and recreation, faith, youngster growth, neighborhood wellness treatment, the setting, and far more.

Rejoice with us and be a part of the conversation on social media by employing #NonprofitAppreciationWeek.

To rejoice Nonprofit Appreciation 7 days, stop by Flamborough Connects in the Waterdown library constructing and satisfy our employees.

Jan MacVinnie has been with Flamborough Connects for many several years and co-ordinates Wheel of Health and fitness, our Instruction Sessions, Flamborough Retailers, Flamborough Drives, and the cash flow tax plan, which is coming shortly. Get in touch with Jan at [email protected] about seniors’ programs.

Shaneal McDonald joined Flamborough Connects in January and is the facial area powering our social media, web-site, details and referral service and our activities calendar. Call Shaneal at [email protected] with your non-revenue organization’s functions for our activities calendar.

Ella O’Hara is our new youth co-ordinator and is doing the job on youth employment and youth volunteering chances. Make contact with Ella at [email protected] if you are looking for youth activities to go to or have youth work or volunteer options to advertise.

And that leaves me, Colleen Stinson. I am the new executive director of Flamborough Connects. Get hold of me at [email protected] if you would like me to speak to your team, provider club or group or if you have concepts or suggestions for Flamborough Connects.

Be guaranteed to sign-up for the Flamborough Connects’ Estate Arranging Lunch ‘N Master in Sheffield on March 2 from midday to 1:30 p.m. Offered in conjunction with Royal Bank Wealth Administration and Dumfries Mutual Insurance policy, you’ll have the option to understand about wills, ability of lawyers and beneficiaries. Place is restricted, so register right now.

What are you accomplishing Feb. 25? It’s the Eagles Nest of Waterdown’s Coldest Night of the Year fundraising walk, their most important fundraiser of the 12 months! Wander with a pal, with a team, or on your very own and give someone in the community the tools they want to navigate trauma, cultivate healthier associations or develop self-well worth. For additional information, stop by eaglesnestwaterdown.ca.

Colleen Stinson is the govt director of Flamborough Connects. She can be reached at 905-689-7880 or [email protected].

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