Please join us for our 2016-2017 Annual General Meeting! It’s been a bonkers year, and there is lots to tell you!
We’re also celebrating our 35th anniversary, which is a big deal!! We’ll fill you in on some of our upcoming scheming and hustling.
Thursday, November 9th, 2017
646 Logan Avenue
Doors open at 5:30pm, AGM begins at 6:00pm
A light supper will be served
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Sunshine House will be holding it’s 2016-17 Annual General Meeting on the evening of Thursday, November 9th. Save the date–details to come!
Sunshine House is thrilled to announce that our Street Feet foot health program is back in action, and is now FULLY FUNDED thanks to a major grant from the Green Shield Canada (GSC) Community Giving Program! This important front line community health initiative will continue thanks to the generosity of Green Shield Canada, and will allow our amazing nursing team, Kirsten and Edith, to be supported in their selfless work to improve the health of street involved and homeless individuals in our community.
This new funding has also allowed Street Feet to double its capacity, and will now be offered on a weekly basis (up from twice per month)! Beginning August 2nd, Street Feet will be open every Wednesday from 3:00-5:30pm.
Please call 204-783-8565 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Sunshine House is hiring a Feasibility Assessment Coordinator to conduct research and engage community groups on the potential development of a Managed Alcohol Program (MAP) on two sites in Manitoba (Winnipeg & Thompson). This is a part-time term position which will include travel to Thompson, Manitoba.
The application deadline is Wednesday, July 19th at 11:59 PM CDT. Interviews are likely to be held on Friday, July 21st, with the successful candidate beginning as soon as Monday, July 24th.
Resumé and cover letter can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the PDF job posting for complete details:
MAP Job Posting [PDF]
We’ve nominated longtime volunteer, Kirsten Bourque, RN. For a 2017 L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth Award for her tireless dedication to ourStreet Feet Program!
Individuals who are homeless have a higher incidence of chronic diseases, notably walking and mobility as chronic health issues, and can experience multiple challenges in managing diabetes (which may result in foot/leg complications such as infection or amputation). Wait times for foot care provided by clinics can range between 6-24 months.
At Street Feet, since 2014, Kirsten provides foot care free-of-charge to street-involved individuals and people who live in the Sunshine House neighbourhood. Good luck and fingers crossed!
#streetfeet #womenofworthaward #volunteerism
In case you weren’t able to make our AGM, here is our annual report. View online or feel free to download and print for yourself or your organization.
2015 // 2016 Annual Report