The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation, Wellbeing Waterloo Region, Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation and the United Way of Waterloo Region Communities will be partnering to host a series of four Community Conversations.
Speakers Announced for Cambridge Conversation April 13th
The goals of the Community Conversations are:
• To continue the recent momentum related to the latest release of the Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs® and other community priority focused discussions and work.
• To provide an opportunity for members of the community to provide input into the priority setting work of Wellbeing Waterloo Region.
• To discuss what wellbeing means to you! The lead facilitator for the Community Conversation series is Jane Humphries. Jane is a native of Waterloo Region with an extensive background in leadership development and community building.
FAST FACTS ABOUT WELLBEING WATERLOO REGION
Wellbeing Waterloo Region (WWR) is a community-led initiative working together across sectors to improve wellbeing. WWR is asking for community input on the vision, priorities, and actions to better wellbeing in Waterloo Region and to inform a wellbeing plan by October 2017. All collected input and how it will be used to shape wellbeing will be posted at wellbeingwr.ca
Community wellbeing is shaped by a wide variety of factors, in which individuals and communities are born, grow, work, live, and age. Wellbeing can mean different things to different people – what does wellbeing mean to you?
The Community Conversation series is one component of the WWR community engagement strategy.
HOW WILL THE INFORMATION GATHERED BE USED?
The information gathered from each of the four community conversations will be compiled with other input to help determine the priorities for Waterloo Region. The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation will also use the information in the next cycle of Waterloo Region’s Vital Signs® reports.
Unable to join us in person? Share your thoughts via an on-line survey.