Partners

 (OBSA-KW) as a member association of WRALN.

Contact Person: Glen Wade

Phone number: 519 - 574-8420.

Giving back makes us better sports.
That’s why we’ve created a new sports equipment donation program that will Play-it-forward to underfunded local schools & youth programs, so that more kids can continue to enjoy the social & physical benefits of sport.

How do we do it?

We run Adult Charity Sports Leagues & Tournaments for social-minded adults and then take all proceeds and use it to fund the donations for the local schools and youth programs we've identified as high-needs in KW.

Twitter: @PlayedItForward

Region of Waterloo Public Health (ROWPH) promotes active living activities as an strategy to chronic diseases prevention. ROWPH led the Obesity Prevention Strategy that originated the creation of the Waterloo Region Active Living Network.

We provide admin and project management support to the Network.

Business Support:

Helping businesses thrive through events, marketing and consulting so they can increase visibility with their ideal customers, build connections with other complementary businesses and ultimately increase their sales.

 

Stroke Recovery Canada a program of March of Dimes Canada

Barbara Moore, Community Coordinator of Linking Survivors with Survivors.  Barbara joined the Network in February 2015 and is working with the Steering Committee.

180 King Street, South, Suite 220, Waterloo, Ontario N1J 1P8

Phone: 519-579-5530  ext. 263 or 1-866-380-0758 ext.263 

Join us:  www.marchofdimes.ca

The Healthy Connection

Contact: Stephanie Goertz, is the owner and founder of “The Healthy Connection”. Stephanie joined the Network in December 2014 and is working with the Steering Committee and the Networking/Education subcommittee.

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board protects and promotes a tradition of education excellence first begun in a one-room schoolhouse 1836. Today, WCDSB is the eighth-largest Catholic school system in Ontario serving over 40,000 students in 55 educational facilities. Our schools are the heart of the community.

The WRDSB is one of the larger school boards in Ontario. We serve approximately 63,000 students in 120 schools in the Region of Waterloo. Our instruction is focused on developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to provide a solid foundation for living and learning.

YWCA Girls’ Centre offers a number of programs, workshops and special events for girls 8-18.  All programs are FREE unless otherwise noted.  Transportation and subsidy for paid programming are available.

Contact us for more information: girlscentre@ywcacambridge.ca  OR 519-267-6444

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