United Way is pleased to announce Lindsey Larson to the team as the Community Development & Campaign Officer for the North West office located in Terrace. Lindsey is filling in while Olivia Bartsoff goes on maternity leave.
Lindsey was born in Terrace, and completed a BA in Political Science with a minor in First Nation’s studies at the University of Northern British Columbia in 2011. Lindsey describes herself as one of those “in the North, for the North” people.
She and her husband, Jon, were thrilled when she was offered the position as they both love the North West, and were excited to move back home.
Before this position, Lindsey […]
In response to the increasing issue regarding food security in Fort St. John, there will be a Community Food Drive at the UWNBC 6th Fort St John Annual Fire Truck Pull on Saturday, September 17, 2016. This event will help people and families seeking food assistance make ends meet due to the rising costs of food.
Together, Fort St John community partners will be mobilizing the community and our corporations to meet the unprecedented increase and demand with the food bank programs at the Salvation Army and at the Women’s Resource Society, whose programs are already overextended. With an influx of […]
On April 18, 2016, Prince George took part in a nationally coordinated effort, led by the Government of Canada’s Homelessness Partnering Strategy, to measure homelessness in Canada. The Point‐in‐Time (PiT) Homeless Count was conducted by Community Partners Addressing Homelessness in partnership with community agencies and stakeholders. United Way CEO Trevor Williams (pictured right), and North Central Community Development Officer Michele Brooke (pictured above) both participated in counting the homeless.
It should be noted that participation in the national PiT Count was voluntary for communities. However, it was considered by many to be a critical starting point to establishing a national picture […]