The Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Foundation has unveiled a new graphic for its $1.5-million, three-year fundraising campaign. Children, Youth & Families, Strength for Today — Opportunities for Tomorrow is the name
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The Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Foundation launched a three-year, $1.5 million fundraising campaign entitled, “Children, Youth & Families, Strength for Today – Opportunities for Tomorrow”
Keith Negley is an internationally recognized editorial and children’s book illustrator hailing from the mountains of Bellingham, Washington. His work has appeared on book covers, t-shirts, album covers, posters, skateboard decks, and watches. He is a frequent contributor to the New York Times and New Yorker. He has authored and illustrated four children’s books, the most recent of which is titled, Art is Life, has received a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators in New York City. Keith is the father of two young boys. He intertwines some of the experiences with his own children into his books. He also has used his talents as a release for a life long struggle with anxiety. Keith is an Adjunct Professor with the University of British Columbia.
The Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Foundation believes that every child deserves an equal opportunity for reaching their potential.
Choose from one of our General, Seasonal or Education programs where your donation can Write A Child’s Story.
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All of us look for opportunities to make a difference. Right here in our community, we have the ability to change lives.
Our Mission: Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Foundation
The Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Foundation is dedicated to providing financial support that contributes to the safety and well-being of the children and families of the Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Society through fundraising initiatives and public education.
Episode #7 – “Every Day Family Matters”
Countering domestic and international exploitation
Meet Bianca Colaluca, Anti-Human Trafficking Project Coordinator with Legal Assistance of Windsor/Windsor-Essex Counter Exploitation Network (WECEN, formerly known as WEFIGHT)
Bianca walks us through a comprehensive overview of the types of human trafficking, as well as the challenges in identifying those who are victims. Learn more about the risk factors and signs and how vital community education and outreach is to combatting human trafficking.
Located in the Windsor-Essex community, WECEN has provided direct services to survivors of domestic and international human trafficking for 20 years. WECEN works collaboratively with survivors and community partners to advocate for systemic change and end human trafficking in Canada.
Learn more about WECEN by visiting their website https://wecen.ca/. You can also find them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, @wecen_windsor. Email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (519) 256-7831 ext. 4222.
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Transforming lives of 1 in 8 children in Windsor-Essex.
Programs That We Offer
The “Children, Youth & Families – Strength for Today, Opportunities for Tomorrow” campaign, which includes our ever evolving programs, makes it easy for you to choose one of the many options of where your donation can make a difference. Take a look at our campaign booklet.
This spectrum includes a wide array of programs that provide the donor with options that in a variety of ways contribute to the safety, well-being and enrichment of children, youth and families.
100% of all funds donated stay in Windsor-Essex County.
Together, these programs provide hope, inspiration and life long memories to children and families who are impacted by support of these initiatives. The Holiday Program and “Fresh Air” Summer Camp program occur at opposite times of the year, however both offer benefits that are far reaching and meaningful.
Education is the number one catalyst for creating positive change and eliminating negative cycles. An investment in the future of one of our youth is a powerful message that indicates an individual is valued. It also provides the groundwork for a youth to become a contributing member to the community at large.
Embracing Families Fund
Families in our community face a number of life challenges including: mental health issues, addictions, intimate partner violence, and the most prevalent challenge, poverty! The John & Sophia Chisholm Embracing Family Fund has been established to support families in need and provide them with hope and comfort as they rise up to the challenges they face.