Stay in Touch is collaborating with the LMLIP to offer free Zoom training sessions in English, French, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, Cantonese and Mandarin to immigrant seniors. Contact email@example.com to register
Call for Volunteers
The London & Middlesex Local Immigration Partnership is seeking new members for its issue-specific Sub-councils to support the implementation of its strategic priorities. Interested? Refer to the Terms of Reference (French) and fill out the Expression of Interest to apply.
City of London
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Province of Ontario
Ontario offering free online job training to workers sidelined by COVID.
Canada Child Benefit (CCB) increases to keep up with the cost of living. Additional temporary support of up to $1,200 for each child under the age of six will be disbursed to help families struggling during the pandemic.
New hours and changes for Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) COVID-19 vaccine clinics from August. Meanwhile, Individuals are no longer required to book an appointment for their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at mass vaccination clinics in London and Middlesex County. Check for walk-in pop-up vaccination clinic schedules.
The London Francophone Immigration Committee has launched a promotional video highlighting the importance of Francophone immigration and collaboration between various organizations in London.
CityStudio London is planning a week of work-integrated learning from August 9-13 for post-secondary and high school students. Participants will gain an understanding of London’s strategic priorities and develop skills to assess our community’s progress in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals at a local level.
Registration is open for the Social Six Innovation Youth Competition by Pillar Nonprofit Network which focuses on youth ages 14-25. Participants gain the opportunity to tackle an important community issue, gain crucial entrepreneurial experience and learn about key social competencies.
Southwestern Ontario Student Transportation Services is creating educational video content for families and students traveling to and from school. They would like input from target audiences on topics to prioritize.
The City is collecting feedback from residents and businesses on how e-scooters could be used in London. CNIB is also holding a focus group on Zoom on the topic on July 27, 5-7 pm. To register, contact Larissa Proctor, Advocacy Curriculum Development Lead/Team Lead, Accessible Community Engagement Larissa.Proctor@cnib.ca.
The Youth Opportunities Fund has set a new deadline of September 29 for each of their three grant streams (Youth Innovations, Family Innovations, and System Innovations) that aim to support projects improving the well-being of youth, and families facing systemic barriers.
The Bell Let's Talk Diversity Fund is open for new applications. It offers grants of up to $200,000 for organizations supporting access to culturally informed mental health care for BIPOC communities.
South Asian Canadians Health and Social Services and the Canadian College of Healthcare and Pharmaceutics are offering upskilling programs and educational supports for eligible Internationally Educated Health Professionals in Ontario, funded by the Province.
Rights and Responsibilities Awareness Initiative (RRAI) is looking for volunteer board members. Deadline is August 6.
Listening to the Indigenous Youth Voice: Experiences with Racism and Paths Forward
August 17 & 19, 1:00-3:00 pm
This two-part webinar organized by Pillar Nonprofit Network and designed and led by local Indigenous youth, is designed as a tool for gaining awareness and understanding of the racism that is experienced by Indigenous youth. The building of trusting and respectful relationships will occur through awareness, comfort, confidence and much improved communications.