2016 CAP Projects

Thunder Bay & District Humane Society

To develop the “Meet Your Match” program and turn it into a school-based program.   The program is to facilitate the adoption process as much as possible. A survey would be established to encourage discussions that are helpful to the adoptive owner and ultimately the pet he/she chooses.   By building a school-based program, students, teachers and


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Shelter House Thunder Bay

To develop a volunteer drive to increase the number of volunteers, especially during the summer months.   To host a one-day event that would generate a list of volunteers, both groups and individuals.   This would include a timeline and materials that could be used for other projects of a similar nature.


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Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay

Develop a strategy for how and where Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay should recruit potential families for their program.   Plan a recruitment drive that will produce a partner family for Habitat. The outcome would make the work of recruiting families more focused and successful. This would include the development of an application form and process.


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City of Thunder Bay Anti-Racism Committee

To organize and host a community forum/town hall discussion that will engage youth, ages 12 to 18, in a grass roots dialogue on racism in Thunder Bay.   The forum will provide youth in the city with an opportunity to discuss their experience with racism and the impact it has had on them.   The outcome is


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Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)

To create and promote a community movement of hosting “Dining in the Dark at Home” events.   The project will involve drafting and creating multiple resource materials including branding, logos, flyers, video, social media strategy, website, etc.


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