Community Living Chatham-Kent’s JOBWORX – Employment Services, Jaycee Park Canteen donated $200.00 to Chatham-Kent Minor Baseball Association in recognition of our community partnership. Pictured are Lisa Luyt-Dozois, Umpire Assignor/Tournament Coordinator and Liz Caron- Ranger, Canteen Staff.
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Community Living Chatham-Kent was spreading positivity in a variety of ways!
United Way’s Operation Backpacks Receives $1,000 Donation
Positivity Day has started with Community Living Chatham-Kent. An extremely friendly neighbour, Sam shared apples, strawberries, peaches, and squash for agricultural day. In return, Sam was presented with a fruit pie baked for him to thank him for being an awesome neighbour, and to celebrate seniors day. Pie and card are presented to him from […]
Community Living Chatham-Kent is excited to support United Way of Chatham-Kent’s Operation Backpacks 2017 Campaign. Our 2nd Annual FOOD CRAWL fundraiser on July 20 was a tasty treat for 184 participants. People travelled in school buses to restaurants across Chatham to delight in food, and fun. We surpassed our goal raising over $8700. Through Operation Backpack, […]
Charlie enjoyed spending Monday’s and Wednesday’s at Planet Print. Charlie is going back to school, but is grateful for the opportunity. Thank you, Planet Print!
Positivity Day is a community wide celebration of the benefits that come from having a positive approach on the way we live, work and play. Between September 4 – 15, Chatham-Kent will celebrate “12 Days of Positivity.” During this time, the community will have different theme days, including Not-For-Profit day on Friday, September 8. Employers, […]
Thank you to Chatham Kent Community Foundation‘s Donor Designated Fund awarding the Mayrand Family Fund grant to Community Living Chatham-Kent. The grant for $1208 will be used in the JOBWORX– Employment Services program. Steve Stokley, Manager, JOBWORX – Employment Services accepts the cheque from Paul Mayrand at the Chatham-Kent Community Foundation AGM on June 27, […]
People who spend their time at Community Living Chatham-Kent’s Adult Respite Program have a new addition to the activity menu. Diane Mayor of Tilbury is frequently looking for ways to enhance the community supports offered to her son, Travis. Mayor became connected with Esther Stavert of Chatham through a facebook post asking if anyone […]
Special moments from Canada Day July 1, 2017.
Information Session Hosted by Community Living Chatham-Kent When: Wednesday July 19, 2017 Where: CLC-K, 650 Riverview Drive – Community Room Time: 6:30 pm Please join us for an informative session presented by Ken Bechard of Sun Life Financial and Brad Langford of Langford Law. Ken and Brad will discuss options to consider for long term […]
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Thank you to everyone for your continued support. We are looking forward to Thursday, July 20!
This is your chance to be a part of an amazing opportunity, the Great Canadian Giving Challenge while celebrating Canada’s 150th! Donate $3.00, or greater, in the month of June, and Community Living Chatham-Kent will be entered to win $10,000! It’s that easy!! http://givingchallenge.ca/
We are thrilled to announce our 20th Annual Golf Tournament is SOLD OUT! Thank you to all the golfers, sponsors, and prize donors. We are looking forward to Saturday, June 3 at Deer Run Golf Course.
Tickets for the 2nd Annual Food Crawl is quickly approaching!! Mark your calendars for Monday, May 15 at 10:00am! Purchase online at FOOD CRAWL TICKETS.
Bill’s Bowl-a-thon 2017
Community Living Month
May is Community Living Month! To celebrate, the Central Admin Staff wore green and blue. The month celebrates the accomplishments, gifts, and talents, that people who have an intellectual disability, bring to their community.
RAFFLE TICKET Great prizes to be won! 1st Prize: $1,000 cash 2nd Prize: 40” Samsung TV (value: $590) 3rd Prize: $250 cash Tickets are $20 each. With only 300 tickets, the odds of winning a prize are great! Tickets can be purchased by calling 519-352-1174, emailing email@example.com, or at CLC-K’s Admin Office (650 Riverview Drive, Chatham). […]
Many of the people supported by Community Living Chatham-Kent are active and vibrant contributing citizens within the community. The Park Avenue Day program is a welcomed space for many to learn new skills, and socialize. Your donation will help buy essential furniture and tools to meet their physical and safety needs, as well as support […]
The 2017, Community Connections newsletter is now available for viewing! Exciting things are happening at Community Living Chatham-Kent! Download Volume 1 today! Community Connections Newsletter If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Subscribe to CLC-K Information E-Mail List”.
WEBINAR: Introduction to the RDSP April 5 at 3pm Simply by opening an RDSP you can get up to $20,000 in bonds from the Federal government! P4P believes that an imperfect plan is better than no plan. Whatever your present situation, creative solutions can be customized with the right tools and know What’s in it for you An […]
March 21, 2017, was World Down Syndrome Day. Enjoy this video!
Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death for Canadian men and women. As a matter of fact, every 7 minutes, someone in Canada dies from heart disease or stroke. Community Living Chatham-Kent’s team is riding the Heart&Stroke Big Bike to help change that. There are 29 seats on the bike – please let us know if you […]
Let’s celebrate the achievements in making Ontario a more inclusive province! Please view the poster below for more information. 2017 Day at the Legislature PosterDownload
Community Living Chatham-Kent is thrilled to announce Progressive Waste Solutions as the Title Sponsor of the 20th Annual Golf Tournament. Thank you to Progressive Waste Solutions for continuing to be a big part of our Golf Tournament success! @ProgressiveWste
CHATHAM MINOR BASEBALL ASSOCIATION Adult (18+) Challenger Baseball League WHAT? To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the start of the Challenger Baseball Division in Chatham, CMBA will now offer an adult (18+) Challenger Baseball League. The league will be a safe and fun opportunity for those participants with physical or cognitive disabilities to enjoy […]
Bill Labadie, an avid 10 pin bowler with the Special Olympics, is thrilled to host his 2nd Annual Bowl-A-Thon on Saturday, May 6th from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm at Bowlerama in Chatham. Bill is hoping to surpass the $2,200 amount raised in 2015. Bill is accepting pledges with all proceeds going to Community Living Chatham-Kent. If […]
CELEBRATING THE POWER OF Community! P4P presents ART OF BELONGING, a TEDx inspired evening of celebration featuring six passionate presenters from diverse backgrounds sharing their perspectives on the power of belonging and community. Join with us to watch the Art of Belonging webcast with other families. TIME: THURSDAY MARCH 30, 2017 7:00 P.M. […]
Congratulations to Sue Marchand who won the $500.00 February 14th draw, from the 2017 Lottery Calendar. Please find a list of all winners by visiting the Lottery Calendar page.
The Parkfield Restaurant is closed Tuesday, February 21. We will post as the restaurant re-opens. Thank you for your continued patronage and patience during this time.
Join Family Service Kent for an Evening with Margaret Trudeau Media Release- December 5 2016 Margaret Trudeau poster
Congratulations to Bonnie Inns who won the $1000.00 January 1st draw, from the 2017 Lottery Calendar. Please find a list of all winners by visiting the Lottery Calendar page.
Community Living Chatham-Kent is pleased to announce the recipients of the Jonathan Daniel Stone Fund. Each recipient received a $1000.00 award to assist with the achievement of their initiative. The awards were presented on Thursday, December 22, 2016. Please visit http://www.clc-k.ca/donate/jonathan-daniel-stone-fund/ to read about the 2016 recipients.
Sunday, December 11 was Community Living Chatham-Kent Night at the Maroons Game. The Chatham Maroons have been a great partner and are Sparking Change and Inclusion in the community. Thank you to the Maroons Organization for your support.
Please be advised the Central Administration building (650 Riverview Drive) is temporarily closed and will re-open Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 8:30 am.
The Vulnerable Persons Registry allows caregivers of vulnerable persons to submit vital information to an online database to be used by police and authorized agencies during a crisis situation. Police and other emergency first responders will have immediate access to the database when needed. This can help provide risk information about the vulnerable person in […]
Free Skating sponsored by Community Living Chatham-Kent: WHEN: Wednesday, December 28, 2016 WHERE: Thames Campus Arena TIME: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Everyone is welcome! Free Skate PosterDownload
When you donate brood you are making special moments possible for hospital patients and their families. The following are Blood Donor Clinics in Chatham: The Spirit and Life Centre Wednesday, December 14 from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm Chatham Polish Canadian Club Saturday, December 24 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Community Living Chatham-Kent continues to accept applications for The Jonathan Daniel Stone Fund. Final date to apply is November 30, 2016. The Fund can be used to support initiatives to assist children and their families who have been diagnosed with autism and/or other intellectual disabilities. Daniel’s fund can be utilized for but is not limited […]
Community Living Chatham-Kent recognizes Dean and Barb Mills’ No Frills in Chatham as a leader Sparking Change and Inclusion in the Workplace. Dean and Barb were awarded the Joyce M Carr Champion Award in May 2016. Dean and Barb’s No Frills has been a great partner with JOBWORX – Employment Services, employing several people over […]
We are offering a variety of items displaying the Community Living Chatham-Kent logo. The apparel is available for men and women, and is offered in a range of sizes and colours. Please find attached an information letter describing the apparel available. Many thanks to our CLC-K models!!! You look great! Samples are available for anyone […]
Join us on November 17 from 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm for the Annual Stewart Street Bazaar, located at 101 Stewart Street, Chatham. Craft vendors, bake goods, cosmetics, homemade jams, jewelry, scarves and so much more await your shopping pleasure! “Penny Sale” is back! Don’t forget to pick up your 2017 Lottery Calendar!
Community Living Chatham-Kent recognizes the team at Abstract Marketing as a leader Sparking Change and Inclusion in the Workplace. Community Living Chatham-Kent was thrilled to partner with Abstract Marketing to create a mobile-ready website that will allow visitors to access information quickly and easily. Brett, who receives support from Community Living Chatham-Kent, was very excited […]
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE Community Living Chatham-Kent is privileged to have loyal community partners who support our goal to provide quality services to people who have an intellectual disability and to promote inclusion in the community. Through their generous support, the people we support have places to live, jobs in the community, and […]
JP Bickell Foundation Awards Grant to Support JOBWORX Summer Student Employment Program Community Living Chatham-Kent has been awarded a $3,500 grant from the JP Bickell Foundation to support the 2015 JOBWORX Summer Student Employment Program. This program enables young adults who have an intellectual disability the opportunity to visibly participate within the community and develop transferable […]