Quick Action Grants Info Session by South Markham Community Action Table

In November 2019, York Region Council approved a place-based approach to developing York Region’s Community Safety & Well-Being (CSWB) Plan and authorized a process to identify geographic areas of focus. United Way Greater Toronto (UWGT) has partnered with York Region and South Markham Connects to support a place-based Community Action Table (CAT) in South-Central Markham to help deliver on the CSWB plan.

As part of this work, UWGT has provided South Markham Connects with a total of $27,000 for seven $1,000 Resident Initiatives and two $10,000 grant for an Agency Initiatives in round two to support local neighbourhoods to start new actions in parallel with the work and priorities of the Community Action Table.

Join us in one of our 3 Info Sessions to learn more about this grant and how to apply! Register today on this form: https://forms.gle/pZYpit3v4Pt3hCQZ9

– April 6th, 2022 | 12PM – 1PM (Online – Zoom)
– April 16th, 2022| 12PM – 1PM (In-Person – Location TBD)
– April 28th, 2022 | 6PM – 7PM (Online – Zoom)

Quick Action Grants Info Session by South Markham Community Action Table

In November 2019, York Region Council approved a place-based approach to developing York Region’s Community Safety & Well-Being (CSWB) Plan and authorized a process to identify geographic areas of focus. United Way Greater Toronto (UWGT) has partnered with York Region and South Markham Connects to support a place-based Community Action Table (CAT) in South-Central Markham to help deliver on the CSWB plan.

As part of this work, UWGT has provided South Markham Connects with a total of $27,000 for seven $1,000 Resident Initiatives and two $10,000 grant for an Agency Initiatives in round two to support local neighbourhoods to start new actions in parallel with the work and priorities of the Community Action Table.

Join us in one of our 3 Info Sessions to learn more about this grant and how to apply! Register today on this form: https://forms.gle/pZYpit3v4Pt3hCQZ9

– April 6th, 2022 | 12PM – 1PM (Online – Zoom)
– April 16th, 2022| 12PM – 1PM (In-Person – Location TBD)
– April 28th, 2022 | 6PM – 7PM (Online – Zoom)

Quick Action Grants Info Session by South Markham Community Action Table

In November 2019, York Region Council approved a place-based approach to developing York Region’s Community Safety & Well-Being (CSWB) Plan and authorized a process to identify geographic areas of focus. United Way Greater Toronto (UWGT) has partnered with York Region and South Markham Connects to support a place-based Community Action Table (CAT) in South-Central Markham to help deliver on the CSWB plan.

As part of this work, UWGT has provided South Markham Connects with a total of $27,000 for seven $1,000 Resident Initiatives and two $10,000 grant for an Agency Initiatives in round two to support local neighbourhoods to start new actions in parallel with the work and priorities of the Community Action Table.

Join us in one of our 3 Info Sessions to learn more about this grant and how to apply! Register today on this form: https://forms.gle/pZYpit3v4Pt3hCQZ9

– April 6th, 2022 | 12PM – 1PM (Online – Zoom)
– April 16th, 2022| 12PM – 1PM (In-Person – Location TBD)
– April 28th, 2022 | 6PM – 7PM (Online – Zoom)

Quick Action Grants Info Session by South Markham Connects

In November 2019, York Region Council approved a place-based approach to developing York Region’s Community Safety & Well-Being (CSWB) Plan and authorized a process to identify geographic areas of focus. United Way Greater Toronto (UWGT) has partnered with York Region and South Markham Connects to support a place-based Community Action Table (CAT) in South-Central Markham to help deliver on the CSWB plan.

As part of this work, UWGT has provided South Markham Connects with a total of $15,000 for residents and agencies, $1,000 for each Resident Initiative and a $10,000 grant for an Agency Initiative in round one to support local neighbourhoods to start new actions in parallel with the work and priorities of the Community Action Table.

Join us in one of our 3 Info Sessions to learn more about this grant and how to apply!  Please submit your information on this form: https://forms.gle/vioRhKnC4ju6wB4K9 and a link will be provided.

– December 15th, 2021 |10AM – 12PM (Online – Zoom)
– December 20th, 2021 | 4PM – 6PM (Online – Zoom)
– January 17th, 2022 | 10AM – 12PM (Online & In-person)

Quick Action Grants Info Session by South Markham Connects

In November 2019, York Region Council approved a place-based approach to developing York Region’s Community Safety & Well-Being (CSWB) Plan and authorized a process to identify geographic areas of focus. United Way Greater Toronto (UWGT) has partnered with York Region and South Markham Connects to support a place-based Community Action Table (CAT) in South-Central Markham to help deliver on the CSWB plan.

As part of this work, UWGT has provided South Markham Connects with a total of $15,000 for residents and agencies, $1,000 for each Resident Initiative and a $10,000 grant for an Agency Initiative in round one to support local neighbourhoods to start new actions in parallel with the work and priorities of the Community Action Table.

Join us in one of our 3 Info Sessions to learn more about this grant and how to apply!  Please submit your information on this form: https://forms.gle/vioRhKnC4ju6wB4K9 and a link will be provided.

– December 15th, 2021 |10AM – 12PM (Online – Zoom)
– December 20th, 2021 | 4PM – 6PM (Online – Zoom)
– January 17th, 2022 | 10AM – 12PM (Online & In-person)

Quick Action Grants Info Session by South Markham Connects

In November 2019, York Region Council approved a place-based approach to developing York Region’s Community Safety & Well-Being (CSWB) Plan and authorized a process to identify geographic areas of focus. United Way Greater Toronto (UWGT) has partnered with York Region and South Markham Connects to support a place-based Community Action Table (CAT) in South-Central Markham to help deliver on the CSWB plan.

As part of this work, UWGT has provided South Markham Connects with a total of $15,000 for residents and agencies, $1,000 for each Resident Initiative and a $10,000 grant for an Agency Initiative in round one to support local neighbourhoods to start new actions in parallel with the work and priorities of the Community Action Table.

Join us in one of our 3 Info Sessions to learn more about this grant and how to apply!  Please submit your information on this form: https://forms.gle/vioRhKnC4ju6wB4K9 and a link will be provided.

– December 15th, 2021 |10AM – 12PM (Online – Zoom)
– December 20th, 2021 | 4PM – 6PM (Online – Zoom)
– January 17th, 2022 | 10AM – 12PM (Online & In-person)

Booklaunch – Kiss Innocence Goodbye

KISS INNOCENCE GOODBYE
by award winning Human Rights author Kass Ghayouri
Theme: Child Abuse
Genre: Social Injustice (fiction)
This novel is published to bring awareness to a sensitive issue of Child abuse. The antagonist is a family member. The protagonist is a child who is sexually, physically and verbally abused from the age of 2 to 12 years old. The denouement is the impact child abuse has on an adult, who experienced such turmoil. The setting is the danger within the home. The climax is when the child reaches awareness of such wrong doings. The tone and mood is one of gothic horror. The solution is exposing the perpetrator and the legal route of human rights.

Virtual Event:  For more info:  www.kassghayouri.com