In November 2020, PWC partnered with Agilec Ottawa to deliver a three-week program to four learners, with no prior retail experience, who wanted to learn the essential skills needed to work in a grocery retail setting. [Read more…]
On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, People, Words & Change held an inspiring event via Zoom – our 11th annual Power of Words (virtual!) Breakfast!
Contributors included Jamaal Jackson Rogers, Brenda Chapman, Deanna Young, Mohammed Adam, Michelle Yuan-Innes, Dick Cooper (The Cooper Brothers) and a host of people currently enrolled in our program. Terry Marcotte returned to host the event, and we had a special appearance by Dick Cooper singing his “Stay at Home!” pandemic song! See our captured images below! [Read more…]
With regret, we are postponing our Tea Time Trivia event originally scheduled for Saturday, March 21, 2020, due to the current situation with Covid-19. The safety of our attendees comes first.
We will be rescheduling Tea Time Trivia as soon as possible. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you wish, we will be issuing full refunds. Please hold on to your tickets as we make plans about how to manage funds. More details will follow as they become available.
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In celebration of International Literacy Day, PWC held its 10th annual Power of Words Breakfast on September 6 in the Unitarian Fellowship Hall at Heartwood House. Like previous years, the event showed us how important literacy is in the lives of the adults we help and just how strong and inspiring our community is! [Read more…]
PWC celebrated another successful Volunteer Appreciation Event during National Volunteer Week. This event is our opportunity to thank our volunteers for their dedication to making a real difference in the lives of so many. [Read more…]