Help kickoff our #UNIGNORABLE campaign at the Leaders United Luncheon 11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday September 25, 2019 featuring Kendal Netmaker. Everyone welcome!
This event brings together corporate leaders, employees and community champions who support United Way’s vision for a strong community where every child has the opportunity to succeed. Hear from professional speaker Kendal Netmaker: author of “Driven to Succeed: From Poverty to Podium”, recipient of Canada’s Top 40 United 40® in 2019, entrepreneur and founder of Neechie Gear® apparel.
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Join us and be inspired by his Keynote leadership development presentation on “The Leader Within” and find ways we can each give back to this community where we live, work and raise our families. Help Us Make Local Issues #UNIGNORABLE.
Thursday, Aug. 8
Sacred Heart Community
1325 Argyle Street
Friday, Aug. 9
Thomson Community School
2033 Toronto Street
Monday, Aug. 12
Ecole Connaught Community School
3535 13th Avenue
Tuesday, Aug. 13
St. Michael Community School
431 Hamilton Street
We would like to extend an invitation to you and members of your United Way or GCWCC Campaign Team to Campaign College.
Our goal is to give you the tools to run a successful campaign that better engages your fellow employees and provides you and your team a richer understanding of the impact your support has in our community. Participation in our training has a proven track record of improving results for most workplace campaigns that attend. We want to help you run your best campaign!
If you have any questions, contact Kristin Gushuliak at 306-751-4750 ext. 760 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brain Architecture Game is a tabletop game experience that builds understanding of the powerful role of experiences on early brain development – what promotes it, what derails it, with what consequences for our community. Participants gain a memorable, compelling perspective on the lifelong impact of early childhood experiences. The game is a 75-90 minute experience optimized for groups of 4-6 people per table. It can be played in small workshops, conferences, and large events, with as few as 15, or as many as 80 participants.
Hosted by United Way Regina, the Poverty Simulation is an interactive tool that emulates what it would be like to live one month in poverty in Saskatchewan. Participants are given a backstory, a job, and a bank account. Their task – to see if they can last a month on a low and fixed income. Facilitators pose different questions and challenges for the participants to answer. The questions are based on real life scenarios right here in Regina.