#WeekendReads – Examining Changes in Low-Income Status in Halton

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On periodic Fridays throughout the year, the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. Throughout the year, Statistics Canada is releasing data gleaned from the 2021 […]

Introducing the New Members of the Board

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On periodic Fridays throughout the year, the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. Annually, the Oakville Community Foundation concludes the year with the Annual General Meeting […]

#WeekendReads: Oakville’s Growing and Changing Demographic

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On periodic Fridays throughout the year, the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. Last summer, Canadians from coast-to-coast filled out the 2021 Census: a detailed […]

A Youth Perspective: Resilience and Adaptability

So often we read articles about COVID-19 and its impact on society, but what about its impact on youth? Instead of writing a second-hand account of what the youth in our community are seeing, hearing and feeling, our spring 2021 intern Charlotte Bright sat down with her fellow classmates to have a frank conversation about how […]

#WeekendReads – GIVEOakville: A Deep Dive Into Causes

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On Fridays the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. GIVEOakville is Oakville’s only online crowdfunding campaign to help local charities in the Oakville and Halton area. […]

#WeekendReads – GIVEOakville: Certified for Local Impact

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On Fridays the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. The Oakville Community Foundation is weeks away from launching its annual GIVEOakville campaign to support local […]

#WeekendReads – Windmill Microlending, The Foundation’s newest PRI

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On Fridays the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. By: Ameeta Vijay – Board Member and Chair, PRI Deal Review Subcommittee  Last year The Foundation added […]

#WeekendReads – Get to Know the New Members of the Board

Annually, the Oakville Community Foundation concludes the year with the Annual General Meeting of members. The meeting is both to recognize the work of the prior year but also a chance to thank our Board for their leadership and work, as well as to recognize Board Members who are completing their term of office.  At […]

#WeekendReads – Explore the Vital Older Adults Report in three ways!

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On Fridays the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. Did you know that Living Your Best Life: A Report on the Vitality of Older Adults in […]

#WeekendReads – Halton Youth Collective Program: Part 2

Welcome back to the #WeekendReads series! On Fridays the Oakville Community Foundation will share reports, data and information to help you stay informed when it comes to the community, the charitable sector and more. Click here for previous installments. The Halton Youth Collective Program released their new 2020 Pilot Study report, detailing the ins and […]