Federal Government Provides Funding to the Boost Child and Youth Advocacy Centre
July 16, 2015 | SYS-CON Media
Today, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada Peter MacKay announced funding of approximately $450,000 over two years for the Boost Child and Youth Advocacy Centre so it can continue to provide services in Toronto for children and youth who are victims of and/or witnesses to violence and to develop and deliver training for professionals from child advocacy centres across Canada.
Community foundation funds $118,850 in projects
July 3, 2015 | Niagara This Week
Local causes from paramedics to palliative care will receive a funding boost thanks to $118,850 in grants from the Niagara Community Foundation. The Foundation recently announced it is helping 34 projects across the Niagara region.
Niagara Developers Playhouse Competition & Auction for Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre Niagara
April 19, 2015 | My Pelham
The Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre Niagara and Victim Services Niagara, ave come together to kick of National Victims Of Crime Awareness Week on Sunday April 19th 2015. The regions first Playhouse Competition showcases Niagara’s top developers: Rinaldi Homes, Gatta Homes Inc. and Park Lane Home Builders in a friendly competition, to build playhouses live on site to be auctioned off to raise funds and awareness for the services available from both organizations in Niagara, serving one of the most vulnerable victims.
Niagara developers building for change
April 14, 2015 | Niagara This Week
Niagara developers are helping build for the future. This weekend a team of community partners, including a number of developers from across the region, will be participating in the inaugural Niagara Developers Playhouse Competition and Auction for Victims. A kickoff to National Victims of Crime Awareness Week, the event is follows the motto of “Building for change and shaping the future together.”
Ridley College YPI: Youth Philanthropy Initiative
May 17, 2012 | Ridley College
Last week the finalists from the Grade 9 Civics classes presented their YPI: Youth Philanthropy Initiative projects. The Youth Philanthropy Initiative is a grant-based program where students research local, grassroots, social service organizations and compete for $5,000.