Resources & Publications

  1. The Value of Cycling

    This report was commissioned to provide a review of the literature on the value of cycling. It focuses on evidence of the wider economic benefits of cycling as a mode of transport, such as retail revenue, employment effects, and public spending efficiencies. Authors: Fiona Raje & Andrew Saffrey Published By: Phil Jones Associates, & University of...
  2. Niagara Community Foundation 2015 Annual Report: Helping Good People Build Smart and Caring Communities

    The Niagara Community Foundation’s three-year strategic plan was implemented in 2015. This annual report highlights the accomplishments of the last year. Published By: Niagara Community Foundation Publication Date: April 2016
  3. Calculating the Living Wage for the Niagara Region 2016

    A living wage reflects what earners in a family need to be paid based on the actual costs of living and being included in a specific community. The living wage is calculated as an evidence-based hourly rate at which a household (two adults working full-time, two children) can meet its...

Community Calendar

may

1may4:00 pmRed Roof Retreat Pasta Dinner

1may11:30 am- 3:00 pmFamily Mental Health Support Network of Niagara 20th Anniversary Fundraiser

3may2:00 pmWebinar: Understanding Clients Who Engage in Self-Injurious Behaviors

4may10:00 am- 12:00 pmSpring Lecture Series: The Search for Life in the Cosmos

4may12:00 pm- 1:00 pmWebinar: Promise Neighbourhoods

Partners & Projects

  1. Partners for Mental Health

    Partners for Mental Health is a national charity, accredited by Imagine Canada’s Standards Program, whose mandate is to change the way Canadians think about, act towards and support mental health and those living with mental illness. Through partnerships, public engagement and strategic initiatives, Partners for Mental Health mobilizes and engages...
  2. Lifelong Learning Niagara

    Established in 2015, Lifelong Learning Niagara is a non-profit, independent organization closely modeled on other lifelong learning groups in Ontario. Their mission is to foster socially engaging, relevant and inspiring third age learning experiences. Visit their website for a list of upcoming classes: http://www.lifelonglearningniagara.com Virginia Stewart CONTACT DETAILS Email: vrs.stewart@gmail.com      

Community Blog

  1. A Call for Action: Strategic Planning Session for the Niagara Suicide Prevention Coalition

    The Niagara Suicide Prevention Coalition (NSPC) was formed in 2003 due to the concerns regarding the number of suicides in the Niagara Region. The NSPC is a partnership of representatives from various health, education, social service, faith, and private sector organizations working collaboratively to address prevention, intervention, and postvention aspects...

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