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MAY 2021

Scotiabank Charity Challenge

This year, NSCR staff, volunteers and board members are trying to raise $15,000 in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge. When you donate to NSCR, you support our staff and volunteers whose work makes a deep and positive impact on the lives of North Shore residents.  

Donate today, and please share our page with your family and friends. Thank you for your support!

Supporting Our Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

We can't wait for the days when we can swing our doors open and welcome people to drop by our office again. Until then, we continue to support the North Shore remotely. Learn how.  

Welcoming NSCR's Newest Legal Advocate: Nicholas Smith
 
NSCR is happy to welcome Nicholas Smith to the Legal Services team as a Legal Advocate. Click here to learn more about our newest team member and why he loves his new position. 
Introducing Better at Home: Bowen Island!
 
As of March 1st, the Better at Home program is available to seniors on Bowen Island. Learn more about the program expansion and opportunities to get involved by clicking here. 
 
North Shore Young Citizens Forum 2.0 Program Report 

In 2020, we worked with City Hive to bring together residents aged 18-40 from all three North Shore municipalities. We worked together to increase civic literacy, learn about municipal decision making, and co-create recommendations to present to municipal councils. Read the full report.
Responsible Adult Course Offering 

Our CCRR team is offering another session of the Responsible Adult course May 31-June 10. The course covers basic concepts about child development from birth to 12 years of age, child guidance, health, safety and nutrition and programming. Click here to learn more about the program and how courses like these positively affect our community.
May/June Family Caregivers' Grapevine

The latest edition of the Family Caregivers' Grapevine newsletter features articles on the mental health benefits of knitting, the power of writing a “life review,” technology help for seniors and a special feature on a caregiver who's found a creative way to cope during the pandemic. Read the latest newsletter.
North Shore Community Resources

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