2015 Annual Report

Report from the Chair

The past year has seen remarkable growth and development for our organization. The generous grant awarded to us by the United Way and the City of Kingston is a vote of confidence. Our idea for a residential treatment centre for women and their children together is a good one that our community needs and we are the ones who are entrusted to make that dream become a reality. 

We have a lot of work ahead of us, but we have a core of volunteers with the brains, guts and heart to get it done. 

Year in Review

  • We incorporated as a not-for-profit organization 
  • We developed our vision, mission and rationale statement 
  • We are currently working on obtaining charitable status 
  • We secured community partners 
  • We developed a working logo and final name 
  • We received $25,000 grant from the Community Investment Fund to run a pilot program for two women living in the community


We would like to thank the following organizations for their generous contributions to our journey :

  • Community Living Foundation 
  • The United Way 
  • Family and Children's Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington 
  • HARS - HIV/Aids Regional Services 
  • Thrive 
  • Neil Bettney, Bent Knee Designs 
  • Queen's Office of Continuing Professional Development 
  • Collins Blay LLP Chartered Professional Accountants 
  • Queen's Business Law Clinic

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