CAP Projects

Thunder Bay Association of Volunteer Administrators (TBAVA)

TBAVA members are leaders of volunteers from a variety of organizations in Thunder Bay. These teams do not reflect the diversity of the community; particularly Indigenous community members.


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Wilderness Discovery Centre

Wilderness Discovery Handi-Capable Centre is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities of any kind by providing a world class facility without boundaries that allows them to experience the natural beauty of Northwestern Ontario and to enjoy outdoor activities not otherwise available to them.


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Hospice Northwest – The Hike for Hospice Palliative Care

Hospice Northwest presents “Towards a more compassionate Canada, Eh?” as this year’s theme for the Hike for Hospice Palliative Care. The hike is a national event hosted by hospices and palliative care organizations across Canada.


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Special Olympics Canada 2020

Special Olympics Canada 2020 – Winter Games – Family and Friends Program Thunder Bay will be welcoming 1200 Special Olympics athletes, coaches and support staff along with 600 friends and family members from February 24 to 29, 2020 for a week of competition and special events.


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Dilico – Mazinaajim Children’s Foundation

Mazinaajim Children’s Foundation grants unique life experiences to Anishinabek children, youth and families in order to improve their overall health, happiness and well-being. They provide life enriching opportunities including recreation, culture, education and community leadership for 13 different First Nation communities. Leadership Thunder Bay CAP team will assist with the development of a polished information


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Our Kids Count

Our Kids Count empowers individuals to build stronger families and inclusive communities by enhancing people’s lives through personal growth and development.Leadership Thunder Bay CAP team will work with young parents (21 years and younger), to produce a video that shares young parents experiences as competent parents who are capable of raising healthy children who develop


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City of Thunder Bay Anti-Racism & Respect Advisory Committee

As part of the Committee’s 2017 – 2020 Work Plan, the Committee will work with other community organizations to lend support for orientation and outreach initiatives for both Indigenous youth coming to Thunder Bay and international students arriving in Thunder Bay from other countries for educational purposes. As part of that process, a “This is


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Northwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Network

In Canada, someone has a stroke every 9 minutes. Time is Brain. The faster you act, the more of the person you save.  Last year in Thunder Bay, approximately 413 people were admitted to our Regional Stroke Unit. Numbers are on the rise with the aging population and social determinants of health of our region.


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Children’s Centre Foundation Thunder Bay

Mental Health Awareness Week activities and promotion Thunder Bay’s Mental Health Network along with Leadership Thunder Bay will coordinate our 2017 emerging leaders to help lead the network for the 2017 Mental Health Awareness Week.  The Leadership Thunder Bay Community Action Project group will be provided with a detailed history of the Mental Health Network


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Thunder Bay Drug Strategy and Crime Prevention Council

Engage youth who are homeless or at risk to participate in a photo voice project It is estimated that there are approximately 65,000 young people across Canada who are homeless or living at homeless shelters and thousands more who are at-risk each year. Youth homelessness isn’t always visible. You may not see it in your


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