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March 8; International Women's Day; is a global day to recognize and celebrate women’s/girl’s social, economic, cultural, and political achievements. It’s also a time to raise awareness of the progress made towards achieving gender equality and the work remaining to be done.

Women's empowerment is a powerful movement that has gained momentum in recent times. It is a call for gender equality, inclusivity, and recognition of the strength, capabilities, and contributions of women in all spheres of life.

Over the years, inspiring women and men have spoken out to support women's rights, gender equality, and women empowerment. Their words have resonated with millions of people, serving as beacons of hope, motivation, and inspiration.

The aim of the Internation Women’s Day  is to collectively forge a more inclusive world for women.  When we inspire others to understand and value women's inclusion, we forge a better world. And when women themselves are inspired to be included, there's a sense of belonging, relevance and empowerment.  When we celebrate women's strength, courage, and resilience it serves as a reminder that empowered women can transform societies and make a lasting impact.

Let us continue to raise our voices, support, and uplift women, and work towards a world where women are empowered and have equal opportunities to thrive.

Happy International Women’s Day!

Le magasin Home Depot de North Bay s’associe à Crisis Centre North Bay pour recueillir des fonds afin de soutenir les jeunes sans-abris ou à risque de le devenir de la région.

Du 28 novembre au 17 décembre se déroule la campagne de financement Le projet Porte orange dans tous les magasins Home Depot du Canada. Faites un don en ligne sur le site https://bit.ly/392ZTRt [bit.ly] ( assurez-vous de préciser que vous souhaitez que votre don soit versé à l'emplacement de North Bay) ou faites un don au magasin Home Depot de North Bay et donnez aux jeunes sans-abri de votre communauté le logement, le soutien et l’espoir dont ils ont besoin pour vivre une vie sûre, saine et productive.

La totalité des fonds amassés tout au long de la campagne profitera Crisis Centre North Bay.

Encouragez vos amis, les membres de votre famille, vos voisins et vos collègues à soutenir la campagne dès aujourd’hui!

Cliquez ici pour en apprendre davantage sur la Fondation Home Depot Canada et faire un don dès aujourd’hui!

Home Depot Canada’s North Bay store has partnered with Crisis Centre North Bay to raise funds in support of local at-risk and homeless youth.

The Orange Door Project fundraising campaign is taking place from Nov. 28 to Dec. 17, 2023.  To make a secure, online donation head over to https://bit.ly/3p2NZiD [bit.ly] and make sure to specify that you would like your donation to go to the North Bay location. You can also make a donation of $2, $5, or $10 in-store at the checkout of the North Bay The Home Depot store and give homeless youth in your community the housing, support, and hope they need to live safe, healthy, and productive lives.

100 per cent of funds raised throughout the campaign will benefit Crisis Centre North Bay!

Encourage your friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues to support the campaign today!

Click here to learn more about The Home Depot Canada Foundation and donate today!

As we begin to shift seasons, we are looking to prepare for supporting our clients through the upcoming colder temperatures.  We are seeking donations of a variety of items that are frequently provided to those most vulnerable homeless individuals in our community.

These are some of the items that we are in need of:

  • Hand warmers/Boot warmers (Hot Paws)
  • Emergency blankets
  • Socks
  • Hats
  • Gloves & mittens
  • Warm clothing (hoodies, track pants and long underwear are the best)
  • Coats
  • Boots
  • Snow pants

If you are interested in donating, items can be dropped off at our Administration Office during business hours:  198 Second Avenue West, North Bay.

Financial donations are also welcomed/appreciated as they assist us to purchase outstanding items.

Thank you for your generosity!

Now more than ever, youth in our community need our help.

We’ve partnered with The Home Depot Canada Foundation to help raise funds for North Bay!

DID YOU KNOW? The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to preventing and helping to end youth homelessness, having recently reached their goal to invest $50 million by 2022 while extending it to $125 million by 2030. Together this support works to break cycles of inequity and enable at-risk youth facing homelessness to achieve positive development outcomes and realize their full potential.

The Orange Door Project campaign, The Home Depot Canada’s national fundraising campaign is one of its many fundraising components.  From now until June 25th, 2023 The Home Depot Canada customers can make a donation online (orangedoorproject.ca) or in-store in support of a local youth-focused housing charity.

All funds raised at the North Bay The Home Depot store during the campaign will support the youth programs of Crisis Centre North Bay.

Encourage your friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues to support the campaign today!

Learn more at orangedoorproject.ca].

Plus que jamais, les jeunes de notre communauté ont besoin de notre aide. Nous nous associons à la Fondation Home Depot Canada pour amasser des fonds visant à soutenir North Bay!

LE SAVIEZ-VOUS? La Fondation Home Depot Canada contribue à prévenir l’itinérance chez les jeunes et à y mettre fin. Elle a récemment atteint son objectif d’investir 50 millions de dollars avant la fin de 2022 et a annoncé qu’elle portera son investissement à 125 millions de dollars d’ici 2030. Cette aide financière vise à briser les cycles d’iniquité et à permettre aux jeunes sans-abri ou à risque de le devenir d’obtenir des résultats positifs et de réaliser leur plein potentiel.

Le projet Porte orange, la campagne nationale de financement de Home Depot Canada, constitue l’une des nombreuses activités de financement de la Fondation. À compter d’aujourd’hui, et jusqu’au 25 juin 2023, les clients de Home Depot Canada peuvent faire un don en magasin ou en ligne (leprojetporteorange.ca) pour appuyer un organisme d’hébergement local destiné aux jeunes.

Tous les fonds amassés par le magasin de North Bay pendant la campagne permettront de soutenir le travail de Crisis Centre North bay.

Encouragez vos amis, les membres de votre famille, vos voisins et vos collègues à soutenir la campagne dès aujourd’hui!

Pour en apprendre davantage, rendez-vous sur le site leprojetporteorange.ca]

Youth homelessness continues to be on the rise in Canada, and now more than ever youth need support. Youth make up approximately 20% of the homeless population in Canada, meaning each year at least 35,000 – 40,000 young Canadians have no place to call home.

The issues youth experiencing homelessness face daily are complex, and require holistic approaches and wrap-around community support. They need a safe place to live. They need access to support services that will help them create healthy pathways to exit homelessness.

Now more than ever, youth in our community need our help.

Crisis Centre North Bay has partnered with The Home Depot Canada Foundation to help raise funds for the Nipissing District!

The North Bay Home Depot has selected Crisis Centre North Bay to be the charitable recipient of all proceeds they raise throughout this campaign.

The Orange Door Project fundraising campaign is taking place May 30th to June 25th.  To make a secure, online donation head over to https://bit.ly/3p2NZiD [bit.ly].  Identify the North Bay store to ensure that your donation stays local. Or make a donation of $2, $5, or $10 in-store at the checkout of the North Bay Home Depot store and give homeless youth in your community the housing, support, and hope they need to live safe, healthy, and productive lives.

Click here to learn more about The Home Depot Canada Foundation and donate today!

Au Canada, l’itinérance chez les jeunes continue d’augmenter.. Les jeunes représentent environ 20 % des personnes sans-abri au pays, ce qui signifie que, chaque année, de 35 000 à 40 000 jeunes Canadiens n’ont aucun endroit où vivre.

Aujourd’hui plus que jamais, ils ont besoin d’aide.

 Nous nous associons à la Fondation Home Depot Canada pour amasser des fonds destinés aux jeunes sans-abri et vulnérables de notre communauté.

Le magasin Home Depot de North Bay a choisi Crisis Centre North Bay à titre d’organisme de bienfaisance bénéficiaire de tous les dons recueillis au cours de la campagne.

La campagne de financement Le projet Porte orange se déroulera du 30 mai au 25 juin. Pour faire un don sécurisé en ligne, rendez-vous sur le site https://bit.ly/392ZTRt ou faites un don de 2 $, de 5 $ ou de 10 $ à la caisse du magasin Home Depot de North Bay et donnez aux jeunes sans-abri de votre communauté le logement, le soutien et l’espoir dont ils ont besoin pour vivre une vie sûre, saine et productive.

Cliquez ici pour en apprendre davantage sur la Fondation Home Depot Canada et faire un don dès aujourd’hui!

        

 

Looking for a rewarding career in the helping profession?

WE’RE HIRING!

Crisis Centre North Bay is a multi-service, not-for-profit, social service organization that has been supporting vulnerable individuals, youth and families in the Nipissing district for 50 years.

Our mission is to improve the lives of citizens by supporting them through situations of personal crisis with a range of residential and non-residential services.

If you are passionate about helping vulnerable individuals and families in our community and want to make a difference, visit us to apply in person, meet our hiring managers and learn more about our programs, required qualifications and the career opportunities currently available.

Our  programs provide excellent advancement opportunities.  We project requiring to hire additional permanent staff within the next 8-12 months, so this is an excellent time to start in an entry level position and demonstrate your knowledge and skills.

Come meet us at:

Bay Works Job Fair

Thursday April 27, 2023

10am-3pm

THE GRAND EVENT CENTRE; 192 Main Street East, North Bay

For more information about our organization visit: www.crisiscentre-nb.on.ca

Submit your employment application to: hr@ccnorthbay.ca

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality.
Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world that's diverse, equitable, and inclusive. A world where difference is valued and celebrated. Together we can forge women's equality. Collectively we can all #EmbraceEquity.
We can all truly embrace equity.
We can all challenge gender stereotypes, call out discrimination, draw attention to bias, and seek out inclusion.
When we embrace equity, we embrace diversity, and we embrace inclusion.
We embrace equity to forge harmony and unity, and to help drive success for all.
Share the passion and excitement that comes from valuing and supporting difference.
Reflect on how we can all be part of the solution, not the problem.
Encourage and rally your friends, family, colleagues, and community to embrace equity.
Together we can work collectively to impact positive change.
Together we can all help forge an equal world.
Crisis Centre North Bay would like to take this opportunity to recognize and celebrate all of the amazing women who work for our organization. Thank you for your hard work each and every day. You are valued and appreciated! #IWD2023

Crisis Centre will be participating in the upcoming Job Fair hosted by Nipissing Wellness Ontario Health Team. If you are passionate about helping individuals and families in our community and want to make a difference, stop by our booth to apply in person, meet our hiring managers and learn more about our programs, required qualifications and the career opportunities currently available.

#NipissingJobFair

 

DID YOU KNOW? The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to preventing and helping to end youth homelessness, having recently reached their goal to invest $50 million by 2022 while extending it to $125 million by 2030. Together this support works to break cycles of inequity and enable at-risk youth facing homelessness to achieve positive development outcomes and realize their full potential.

The Orange Door Project campaign, The Home Depot Canada’s national fundraising campaign is one of its many fundraising components.  From now until December 18th, 2022, The Home Depot Canada customers can make a donation online or in-store in support of a local youth-focused housing charity.

All funds raised at the North Bay The Home Depot store during the campaign will support Crisis Centre North Bay.

Encourage your friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues to support the campaign today!

Learn more or donate at:  orangedoorproject.ca