The 15th Annual Mayor’s Au Marché will take place at 13th Street Winery on Friday, August 17th in support of the Investing in St. Catharines Youth Fund. Guests will enjoy sampling from local wineries and craft breweries along with an array of culinary delights from local restaurants. This special event will also include the talents of local up and coming musicians.
The Investing in St. Catharines Youth Fund helps young people in financial need fully participate in the recreational, sports and cultural life of our City. More than 3,000 children and youth have benefited from this program since it began in the summer of 2004. With your support of this year’s event, we can increase this number.
A portion of the net proceeds will be permanently endowed in the Investing in St. Catharines Youth Fund in the St. Catharines Community Fund, which is an affiliate of the Niagara Community Foundation.
The event takes place on Friday, August 17th from 7pm to 10pm at 13th Street Winery. The price of a ticket is $125 (all inclusive). A tax receipt will be forwarded for a portion of the ticket price.
This event is hosted by the Niagara Community Foundation.
SHRED-IT provides residents with a convenient and economical way to dispose of confidential documents and at the same time raise funds for this important community organization offering free services to residents with life-limiting illnesses and their families.
Organized by Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Palliative Care in partnership with Meridian Credit Union, confidential materials are professionally shredded for $6 a banker’s box or 3 for $15.
Volunteers from Meridian, Community Palliative Care, the community along with students from Royal Elite International Academy will be there to greet resident and receive their materials for shredding.
It’s an initiative where everyone benefits – Meridian customers and residents help protect themselves from identity fraud, student volunteers demonstrate their involvement in the community and the proceeds raised stay in the community to support palliative care.
This event is hosted by Niagara-on-the-Lake Palliative Care and Meridian Credit Union.
Building and maintaining your professional network is akin to planting the seeds of career success. Equally as important is developing a networking strategy and refining your targeted communication for different touchpoints. Your personal brand is the impression you leave with people. All of your interactions serve to reinforce this brand, so why not be thoughtful and deliberate about the impression you are leaving behind?
Skill Level: Intermediate. This session will go beyond a simple introduction to networking and will be useful to mid-career professionals.
Key learning points include:
- Understand the various approaches to networking, and the circumstances when each is most effective
- Understand your current brand, or the impression you leave behind
- How to tell your unique career story
- How to define, then articulate your value proposition
- Practical exercises to get ready and confident to “get out there” and grow your network
This webinar is hosted by CharityVillage.
Stamford Kiwanis Club of Niagara Falls is having its annual fundraiser Golf Tournament.
All are welcome. Registration cost includes golf with cart, prizes, lunch, dinner.
Stamford Kiwanis is a non profit service club/charity that serves the children of its own community since 1959.
To register, contact Steve Laramee by phone or email (see contact information above).
This event is hosted by the Stamford Kiwanis.
What if your organization is faced with a workplace harassment complaint? Having a solid harassment investigation process is vital — or you and your organization run the risk of being sued. This free webinar, Five Things You Need to Know About Harassment Investigations, outlines everything you need to know to ensure your harassment investigation process meets current requirements.
Audience: This webinar will be of interest to HR managers, program managers, executives and nonprofit leaders.
In this one-hour webinar you will learn how to:
- Identify the latest legislation with regard to harassment investigations
- Understand your role as HR
- Take a proper complaint
- Ensure confidentiality
- See it as a good thing
This webinar is hosted by CharityVillage.
Student Life & Community Experience, in collaboration with Brock University Students’ Union (BUSU), will be hosting the annual Brock Cares Day of Service on Saturday, September 8th, 2018 which is at the culmination of Orientation Week. During Brock Cares Day of Service, volunteers spend time in the community volunteering at various organizations in Niagara.
As always, Brock University will be mobilizing hundreds of students to participate in projects throughout the day that are not only meaningful; but, also encourage lasting community involvement. If you are interested in partnering with Brock University for the 10th Brock Cares Day of Service, kindly fill out this form: https://experiencebu.brocku.ca/submitter/form/start/12069
This event is hosted by Brock University.
Push yourself to the limit on Sunday, September 9th at the 10th Annual Big Move Cancer Ride.
Cycle the 100K with other hardcore riders, try the 50K route for a bit of a challenge or cruise the 25K at your own pace.
Whether individually or part of a team, register today and join the Niagara Health Foundation as we ride to raise money for the Walker Family Cancer Centre!
This event is hosted by the Niagara Health Foundation.