Events

LINKS – Virtual Experience for Youth – Create a Network of Supportive Relations

LINKS is an initiative offered by Bridges to Belonging that enables youth to reduce isolation, overcome barriers to inclusion and build the resilience necessary for a good life by developing a network of supportive, meaningful relationships and community connections. Who can attend? Youth, aged 14-24, supported by 1-2 other significant people they choose (such as […]

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2020 Bowling for Belonging FUNdRaising Event

BOWLING FOR BELONGING DELAYED DUE TO COVID-19! When we can, we’ll be doing this again so please check back after this pandemic passes. In the meantime, please stay safe and stay healthy!  If you’d like to help us through this difficult time, we are accepting donations HERE.  Thank you. Charitable BIN:  771908290RR0001  

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SAVE THE DATE: CAREGIVER CONFERENCE

THE CAREGIVER CONFERENCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUR TO COVID-19! Caregivers need caring too and although this years conference has been cancelled, we would ask that you try to take care of yourselves in this stressful time. Please stay safe and stay healthy.    

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Party for a Cause – Come out and BOOGIE for BELONGING

At Bridges to Belonging, we’re proud to serve people with disabilities and their families in the Waterloo Region for almost a decade. This year, we’re aiming to raise $30,000 to remove the financial barrier for youth, adults and seniors living with disabilities and their families, to access independent facilitation and community based resources to enrich their […]

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Towards a Scale of Belonging

The APGAR scale is a test administered by doctors and nurses at birth that rates the health of an infant based on five factors: appearance, pulse, grimace, activity and respiration. In this edition of the New Story Group Newsletter, guest editor Isaiah Ritzmann asks: what would an APGAR scale for belonging look like? Here is […]

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