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Success By 6® brings together partners from all sectors – provincial & municipal government, community and Aboriginal services, health, education, child care, recreation, libraries and more – to work together to create child and family friendly communities.

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United Way Golf Tournament Raises $45k

United Way’s Annual Golf Tournament took place at the Lone Wolf Golf Club in Taylor on Thursday, June 9 and 144 golfers raised over $45,000. A huge thank you to our generous sponsors and golfers who came to join in the spirit of the day, despite […]

By |June 11th, 2016|Events|Comments Off on United Way Golf Tournament Raises $45k

FSJ CAT Rental Store’s Day of Caring® for FSJ Community Gardens

A huge thank you to CAT Rentals Fort St John for participating in a Day of Caring® at the Fort St John Community Gardens. The crew installed structures to allow vine canopies to grow. The community gardens are managed and coordinated by the North Peace Restorative Justice […]

By |May 20th, 2016|Day of Caring, Volunteer|Comments Off on FSJ CAT Rental Store’s Day of Caring® for FSJ Community Gardens

Spotlight on Ts’idilhdzik Community Kitchen in Houston

The Ts’idilhdzik Community Kitchen, run by the Dze L K’ant Friendship Centre, addresses food security needs for vulnerable community families in Houston with children age 0-6, school age children 7-12, and youth age 13-18. The Ts’idilhdzik Community Kitchen always runs at capacity and is a trusted […]

By |May 16th, 2016|All That Kids Can Be, From Poverty to Possibility, Healthy People, Healthy Communities, Impact Stories|Comments Off on Spotlight on Ts’idilhdzik Community Kitchen in Houston