Introducing Meals on Wheels Meals on Wheels has been serving the community for 53 years. They provide nutritious meals and social support to seniors, individuals with disabilities, and those recovering from illness, surgery or injury; assisting a healthy and independent lifestyle. In late 2020, the team expanded their reach by establishing a satellite hub inContinue reading “Local Action, Global Goals: Creating a Data-Driven Argument to Fund a Food Security Satellite Program”
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The Importance of Data Standards for Increased Community Impact
Funding bodies such as the Fredericton Community Foundation and United Way of Central New Brunswick are faced with the unenviable challenge of determining which social programs to support each year. There are multiple factors to consider, including the needs of the community and the efficacy of existing programs. This community impact and program measurement wouldContinue reading “The Importance of Data Standards for Increased Community Impact”
Painting by numbers: adding quantitative data to illustrate the scale of potential impact shared in stories.
Introducing Wil-Doo Cycle Wil-Doo Cycle provides cycling programs to youth living in a neighbourhood with a high density of families living below the poverty line and refugees, promoting social inclusion and accessibility. It is a small non-profit that is run by one dedicated Executive Director, but has a large impact on the community that itContinue reading “Painting by numbers: adding quantitative data to illustrate the scale of potential impact shared in stories.”