Chalmers Community Services Centre is a not for profit organization that provides emergency food, clothing and support without prejudice to the members of our community.
We provide those in need with a safe, non-judgmental environment where they have access to food and clothing, are able to meet new people, and receive the support they need to take their next steps forward.
Chalmers Community Services Centre is committed to developing accessibility policies that respect and promote the principles on independence, dignity, integration and equality for those with disabilities. In compliance with the Customer Service Standard of the AODA (Accessibility for Ontarions with Disabilities Act, 2006), Chalmers Community Services Centre has developed a policy and has trained staff and volunteers on the Standard. For a copy of the policy, please click here. If you require this document in an alternate form or have feedback about your experiences at Chalmers Community Services Centre, please contact our office at 519-822-8778 or
For more information on the Customer Service Standard and the AODA, go to the Ministry of Community and Social Services website at:http://www.mcss.gov.on.ca/en/mcss/programs/accessibility/ For a copy of the Act go to:http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/source/regs/english/2007/elaws_src_regs_r07429_e.htm
It’s called Hooping for Hunger, and is a hula-hoop-a-thon in support ofThe Hunger Project Canada (www.thehungerproject.ca) and Chalmers Community Services Centre, two charities that are dedicated to ending hunger. FLOW is dedicated to helping them achieve that goal and is organizing the event, which will take place on May 23, 2015 at Centennial CVI.
We hear a lot about hunger, famine, and other issues through the media as well as online. There are a lot of people who are working towards seeing the end of these tragedy inducing problems. The reason this event is aimed at supporting organizations that are working to end hunger is that, despite all of the attention it gets, chronic persistent hunger still effects 842 million people worldwide. That means that 1 out of every 8 people does not have enough to eat. Think of that in terms of your street. If every home houses a family of 4, then statistically speaking one out of every 8 houses on your street is home to hungry people. That is something that needs to end. You can help make it happen.
For the Hooping for Hunger event, teams of hula-hoopers will collect sponsors to support their hooping, and we are planning to offer prizes to those who raise the most funds. Registration will open soon!
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