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Recent Newsletters

January 2023

A screenshot of the January 2023 newsletter

If you make only one New Year’s Resolution for 2023, we hope it’s to take action on inclusion. In this newsletter, you'll find information about our Connections program, Huntsville's Got Talent 2023, the Huntsville Polar Bear Dip, our Partners for Inclusion initiative, and more.

Read the January 2023 newsletter online.

December 2022

Screenshot of Community Living Huntsville's December newsletter. Text reads: 'tis the season to be thankful

Our generous community sure knows how to make the season merry in North Muskoka. In our December 2022 newsletter, we share updates on our Giving Tuesday and Children's Christmas Toy Drive campaigns, share how you can support housing in North Muskoka with Community Living Huntsville, and announce the return of the Huntsville Polar Bear Dip!

Read the December 2022 newsletter online.

November 2022

Graphic with black and white photo of man on a park bench. Text reads: take action on homelessness this holiday season.

You can make a real difference for people and families this holiday season. We are excited to announce that we are participating in Giving Tuesday – and that your donations to our Giving Tuesday campaign will go twice as far thanks to a matching donor!

Read more about the campaign, and how our Transitional Housing Initiative is making a difference for two young men we support, in this month's newsletter.

Read the November 2022 newsletter online.

October 2022

Photo of stone building at night lit with blue flood lights. Text reads: National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Disability inclusion in employment strengthens communities.

When everyone can access meaningful, valued work, the whole community benefits. In this month's newsletter, we celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month and talk about why disability inclusion employment is the future of work in Huntsville and beyond. We also give an update on how our Autumn Brunch fundraiser went, and share a new date for Huntsville's Got Talent.

Read the October newsletter online.

September 2022

3 photos of people golfing. Text reads: together, we build stronger communities

It takes a community. In this month's newsletter, we give an update on our Golf Fore Inclusion tournament, invite everyone to our Autumn Brunch fundraiser, and share the story of a Huntsville man who made an important life decision because he knew what he wanted and had support from our Community Living Huntsville team.

Read the September newsletter online.

August 2022

3 photos of people at community events, plus a Community Living Huntsville logo, and text that reads: Leading innovation on inclusion for 60 years.

Community Living Huntsville is rooted in innovation. Our future is rooted and inspired by our past. In this month's newsletter, we share a bit about that journey, shine a spotlight on our team members and career opportunities, and invite you to save the date for our 2022 Autumn Brunch.

Read the August 2022 newsletter online.

July 30, 2022

A photo collage of people painting large outdoor canvases plus a logo for Sandhill Nursery's Lost in the Woods open air art tour. Text reads: community and art team up for inclusion in north muskoka.

Art and community is a powerful combination. This month's newsletter shares details on several artistic initiatives, plus information on a community healthy lunch box program, our Transitional Housing Initiative, and our new Be an Inclusive Landlord campaign!

Read the July 2022 newsletter online.

 

June 20, 2022

Artists for Inclusion logo with 3 photos of art included in the auction. Text reads: Are you ready to bid in Artists for Inclusion 2022?

A bid can win you some fine Muskoka art -- and help us take action on homelessness. This month's newsletter shares exciting information about our Artists for Inclusion 2022 online auction of fine art as people get ready to bid.

Read the June 2022 newsletter online.

 

May 2, 2022

A screencapture of the May 2022 Newsletter header with text: Community Living Month, Inspiring Possibilities

It’s time to celebrate – and we want you to join us!

Community Living Month kicks off in May. We have a calendar full of activities and events for the community to enjoy, and you can learn more about them in the newsletter.

Plus, you will find an update on our Rev Up Independence Donation Drive, and how it has positively impacted lives by successfully raising the needed funds for a new accessible vehicle.

Read the May 2022 newsletter online.

 

February 15, 2022

A screenshot of a February 2022 Community Living Huntsville newsletter with 3 photos of students. 1 shows a class with a banner that reads: Inclusion. Text reads: Why everyone should celebrate Inclusive Education Month.

Together, we’re better.

National Inclusive Education Month happens each year in February. It is an annual effort led by Inclusive Education Canada to promote inclusive education practices in our schools. Why is this important?

Read our newsletter to find out.

 

December 28, 2021

An image of Community Living Huntsville's December 2021 newsletter.

This year has been a roller coaster, to say the least. Early on we had hoped the end of the pandemic – and the hardship, isolation, and exclusion it had deepened for people and families we support – was near. The virus and its variants had other plans.

In our December newsletter, Suzanne Willett, Executive Director for Community Living Huntsville, shares how you made a difference in another difficult year. Plus, learn about an exciting housing pilot project headed by our Supported Independent Living team, find out what's up about all those artisanal trees downtown, get the latest on some big fundraisers, and see what's ahead for our 2022 events calendar.

Read the newsletter.

 

 

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