Vital Signs Food Working Group

Status Update Participants Storehouse Foodbank; Picton Foodbank; HPEC Health Unit; Prince Edward Family Health Team; Slow Food; Community Development Council of Quinte; PELA ‘ Social Services; HPE Children & Youth Services Network; Mental Health Support Network; PELA-CFDC; The ROC; The HUB; Hastings & Prince Edward District School Board; PEC Chamber

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Vital Signs Learning Working Group

Status Update Participants Hastings Prince Edward District School Board; PECI; Prince Edward Learning Centre; Loyalist College; East Central Ontario Training Board; PELA-CFDC; PEC Innovation Centre; Career Edge; META; PEC Library; HPE Children & Youth Services Network; Youthhab; The ROC; The HUB; Community Living Prince Edward; Alternatives for Women. Vision To

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Project Coordinator ready to start!

DIANE MILAN IS OUR PROJECT COORDINATOR We are very excited to announce that Diane Milan has joined us as Project Coordinator. Diane has already begun to work with the CCF and the Vital Signs Working Groups as we develop projects to address issues raised in the Vital Signs Report, specifically

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Project COORDINATOR Position

The County Community Foundation (the Foundation) is looking for a project coordinator to support administrative and communications activities, and assist on data collection, for the Vital Signs Action Plan. Get involved! This is an opportunity to work on the high-profile issues of food insecurity, learning and getting around, key issues

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The 191 Campaign will Launch in March, 2014

Your Community Makes You. You Make Your Community There are currently 191 Community Foundations of Canada. Every one of us is a product of our community. The communities we grow up in “and move into” make us who we are. Every community is the sum of the people who live

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City Champions

The Agenda: with Steve Paikin 86% of Ontarians live in urban areas. What does it take to keep those cities working? The Agenda examines the role Community Foundations play in building and maintaining of cities. WATCH THE EPISODE HERE Building a Better City Well outside the political drama at Nathan

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Community Fund Grants Announced!

County groups receive early Christmas presents! Picton, Ontario: The Prince Edward County Community Foundation is thrilled to announce the recipients of this year’s grants from its Community Fund. As with previous year’s Community Fund grants, this money will be used to fund a wide variety of community projects and programs,

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Community Fund Accepting Applications

The County Community Foundation’s  Community Fund is accepting applications. If you are an organization working to make a difference in Prince Edward County, you may be eligible for a Community Fund grant. Click here to find out if you qualify and how to apply.

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Vital Signs Launched!

The County Community Foundation (CCF) has launched its first Vital Signs report. The CCF joined 25 other community foundations and Community Foundations of Canada in making this community snapshot public.  Containing vital information about the County’s strengths and challenges, Prince Edward County’s Vital Signs report is a platform for discussion

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