How The Home Depot Canada Foundation is helping put an end to youth
homelessness with “Paper Doors”
The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to ending youth homelessness, pledging to invest $20 million over five years through The Orange Door Project. This initiative will give homeless youth the housing, support and hope they need to live safe, healthy and productive lives. One component of The Orange Door Project is The Home Depot’s national fundraising campaign. From now until June 24, The Home Depot customers can buy a $2 paper door in support of a local youth-focused housing charity. All funds raised at the Chilliwack Home Depot store during the campaign will support Chilliwack Community Services Youth Department.
Encourage your friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues to
support the campaign today!
Learn more at orangedoorproject.ca.
We are hosting our 5th annual Golf Fore CCS on July 6, 2018! This is a fun charitable tournament that is taking place at the Chilliwack Golf Club. All funds raised at this event will support programs in need, including early years, families, immigrants, seniors and youth. 100% of monies raised stay in Chilliwack and will benefit residents from “twinkle to twilight.”
18 Holes of Golf
On Course Refreshments
Contests and Prizes
Hole in One Prizes: (1) $10,000 courtesy of Odlum Brown; (2) 2018 Honda Civic courtesy of Murray Honda; (3) $10,000 courtesy of RBC foundation.
Remember the victims who lost their lives from domestic violence. Support those who survived domestic violence. Hope for those still living with abuse.
“Domestic Violence Has NO Place In Our Community”.
The outcome of Purple Light Nights® is to increase the awareness of domestic violence issues and it’s affect upon children and families and provide education on building healthy relationships.
Join neighborhoods and cities around the world each year during October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month and participate in Purple Light Nights®.
Think FEATHERS and COLOURS! Our secret Gala fundraiser will be held April 28. Come ready for a delicious meal, dancing, an auction of a variety of awesome donated items, and learn more about our programs! A fun night you do not want to miss out on!
All funds raised at this event will support programs in need, including early years, families, immigrants, seniors and youth. 100% of monies raised stay in Chilliwack and will benefit residents from “twinkle to twilight.”
A network opportunity for newcomer women
Benefits and Opportunities
National Volunteer Week in Canada is celebrated April 15th to 21st. Learn about the value of volunteerism and where you can help others.
Invite a friend!
Please bring a snack to share.
Monthly meeting for immigrant women ──── New theme each month ──── Have fun and learn about the community ──── Make new friends ──── Share new experiences HOSTED by the Soroptimist International of Chilliwack
Join us to learn about Local Immigration Partnership and celebrate our many cultures. Traditional welcome, refreshments, and entertainment.
Registration is required and space is limited!
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-393-3251 ext. 228
Entertainment: Charlie Nam - A young, local singer-songwriter who has a passion for touching lyrics, and an emotional voice.
Master of Ceremonies: Sonia Beeksma - A traffic anchor and segment reporter for CTV Morning Live in Vancouver.
Guest Speaker: Talli Osborne - Born with some physical challenges but was raised with the belief that she could do anything she set her mind to.
Early bird pricing available before Feb 9, 2018.
For more information or to purchase tickets contact Patricia 604-308-5673 or email email@example.com
In today’s digital world, it can be impossible to escape online bullying, whether it takes the shape of harassment, spreading rumours, sharing embarrassing information or threats. This year, Pink Shirt Day is encouraging others to combat cyberbullying by thinking twice before posting something negative, and instead using the internet to spread kindness - because we know that Nice Needs No Filter!
Our I Care Campaign for 2017 has officially began! Prospera Centre is selling ticket packages along with a Chilliwack I Care Campaign toque all season long. For every package sold $4 will go back to CCS. Make sure to get your toque in time for the Chilliwack Chiefs game on Dec 9 and the teddy bear toss fundraiser supporting our Christmas Sharing program!
A fun charity tournament raising funds supporting programs in need, including early years, families, immigrants, seniors & youth services. 100% of funds raised stay in Chilliwack and will benefit residents from “twinkle to twilight.”
To register contact Shirley 604-793-7221 firstname.lastname@example.org
Or register online here
A review of the past year and sharing of initiatives
for the coming year.
The Annual General Meeting provides an opportunity to meet the Board of Directors and staff, ask questions, and learn more about the programs at Chilliwack Community Services.
Please RSVP to Colette at email@example.com by June 14th.
Location: Chilliwack Golf Club, 41894 Yale Road
Chilliwack Newcomer Connections is a cross sector partnership of community groups and institutions established to create awareness of services for newcomers in Chilliwack and build connections and relationships across the community. We would like to extend a warm welcome to you for joining us at our upcoming multiculturalism celebration, an opportunity to connect, to share, and to work together.
Complimentary International Refreshments will be served. Please register by Friday March 24th, 2017.
Should you have any questions or inquiries, please feel free to contact me at:
Kate Xiang - firstname.lastname@example.org - 604-393-3251 ext.228.