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Our Impact

Brick Wall

During 2022

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44,250

Hot Meals were served to Community members experiencing poverty

10% increase over 2021 

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6130

Grocery bags were given out during our weekly food banks

23% increase over 2021

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2500

Advocacy supports for housing, settlement, foodbank, harm reduction referrals and letters  

Three women working together in community kitchen.

Community Focused Through the Years
 

Weston King Neighbourhood Centre was built by the community for the community. We have a long history of listening to our members through town halls, and voting sessions where the real people experiencing poverty can tell us what they need. Programs like our Housing Support Office, Kitchen Rental Space, and Harm Reduction Services were created in response to the needs they identified. We will continue to adapt and find new ways to serve our Community.

Accountability 

With the generosity of our donors, WKNC is able to provide life-changing support to those in our community.

We respect the trust given to us by those who want to help, and so provide Annual Reports and Financial Statements for accountability. These provide essential insights into our impact in the Weston and Mount Dennis Communities and show how our funding is spent.

Adult man helps children during a painting event.

Our Impact

Brick Wall

During 2022

Line drawing of a fork and knife on a plate.

44,250

Hot Meals were served to Community members experiencing poverty

10% increase over 2021 

People with Masks
Line drawing of groceries in a basket.

6130

Grocery bags were given out during our weekly food banks

23% increase over 2021

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207

Showers and laundry visits

Through updates to our ventilation,  shower facilties and service protocals we were able to make all services available in person.  

So happy to be able to serve everyone in person or remotely as needed

Masking,  Vaccines and barriers continue to be a part of our practice

Line drawing of two people talking to eachother.

2500

Advocacy supports for housing, settlement, foodbank, harm reduction referrals and letters  

Three women working together in community kitchen.

Community Focused Through the Years
 

Weston King Neighbourhood Centre was built by the community for the community. We have a long history of listening to our members through town halls, and voting sessions where the real people experiencing poverty can tell us what they need. Programs like our Housing Support Office, Kitchen Rental Space, and Harm Reduction Services were created in response to the needs they identified. We will continue to adapt and find new ways to serve our Community.

Accountability 

With the generosity of our donors, WKNC is able to provide life-changing support to those in our community.

We respect the trust given to us by those who want to help, and so provide Annual Reports and Financial Statements for accountability. These provide essential insights into our impact in the Weston and Mount Dennis Communities and show how our funding is spent.

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