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2021 Annual Report is here!

Our 2021 Annual Report is here! In a year unlike any other, our 2021 Annual Report is a time capsule of how resilient and creative people can be when faced with a global pandemic. As an organization that serves people, it’s important for us to look at the work we do, and hold it against our values and mission. Have…

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Assessing the Impact of Campus Friends: Reflections from a Unique Project

This post was originally shared by the University of Guelph’s Community Engaged Scholarship Institute, assessing Campus Friends.   Thank you so much to CESI for diving in, learning about, and assessing Campus Friends. We appreciate your hard work, your thoughtfulness, and choosing to assess if people are achieving their personal goals and expectations, are experiencing personal growth, and if students…

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CLGW Happenings

Announcing CLGW’s new Executive Director

Announcing our new Executive Director A message from Community Living Guelph Wellington’s President, Board of Directors Community Living Guelph Wellington’s Board of Directors are pleased to announce that Cindy Kinnon has accepted the position of Executive Director, beginning December 14th, 2020. In this role, Cindy will lead and manage CLGW with strategic directions established and approved by the Board of…

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Update – Statement regarding CLGW Day Services

Update – Statement regarding CLGW Day Services   Dear people we support, your families, and our community, Community Living Guelph Wellington’s Senior Leadership team and Board of Directors have been reviewing and discussing the feedback we’ve received since releasing our 2020-2023 Strategic Plan. We continue to receive feedback and we’re listening. What we’re learning is that our communication wasn’t clear…

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In response to October 14 Guelph Today article: Families upset as ARC Industries adult group day program ends permanently

In response to Guelph Today’s Families upset as ARC Industries adult group day program ends permanently The following letter was written in response to Guelph Today’s article, Families upset as ARC Industries adult group day program ends permanently.  It was shared with the editor of Guelph Today, ahead of posting on clgw.ca, and Community Living Guelph Wellington’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.

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Our 2020 Annual Report is here!

Our 2020 Annual Report is here! Sometimes, it’s good to take a look back. It’s a chance to reflect on all that we’ve been up to, and to check our temperature. As an organization that serves people, it’s important for us to look at the work we do, and hold it against our values and mission. Have we done a…

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Search for CLGW’s next Executive Director

Are you, or do you know someone, who could be CLGW’s next Executive Director? Community Living Guelph Wellington is one of Ontario’s largest providers of services to adults with Developmental Disabilities and is searching for an Executive Director to replace its retiring and highly respected incumbent. Are you a principled leader looking to create a meaningful impact in the lives…

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Laura Hanley is retiring!

Retirement Announcement – Laura Hanley     Dear friend of Community Living Guelph Wellington, On behalf of the Board of Directors and Community Living Guelph Wellington, I am both appreciative and saddened to announce the retirement of our Executive Director, Laura Hanley. Laura has been a very effective leader for Community Living Guelph Wellington.  She has helped shape our organization’s…

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CLGW Happenings

Update – 2020 Fashion Gala

2020 Spring Fashion Gala – Update and what’s next First and foremost, from the Fashion Gala Committee and from all of us here at Community Living Guelph Wellington, we hope you are well, healthy and safe. Each year, we host a wonderful group of fashionistas, hopeful to see Spring fashion trends while raising important funds for Community Living Guelph Wellington….

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In the News: Community Living adjusting to how it meets needs of those living with developmental disabilities

Courtesy of GuelphToday. Read the original article here. Community Living adjusting to how it meets needs of those living with developmental disabilities Fundraiser is being held to purchase iPads to support residents through the adjustments the pandemic has created in their lives By: Maxine Betteridge-Moes Brandon Reeves was busy working three jobs in Guelph prior to the pandemic, but now he…

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