Results: Toronto

  • 2010 Innovation Award - Toronto

    Sue Marsh-Woods

    Sue has continually been demonstrating innovation and creativity throughout her 25-year career at CNIB. She demonstrates true unwavering commitment to clients and their families. Sue has accomplished a great deal at CNIB as an Orientation and Mobility Instructor, and now in Children and Youth programming. She is never afraid to take a risk to meet […]

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  • 2010 Innovation Award - Toronto

    Mary-Kay McVicar

    Through her work at Street Health Community Nursing Foundation, Mary-Kay works tirelessly at eradicating assumptions and stereotypes around both drug users and sex workers. By taking on a peer-based approach to her work, Mary-Kay has created a system that quickly reaches clients efficiently and empowers them to redefine themselves as coordinators and mentors within the […]

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  • 2010 Innovation Award - Toronto

    Zabrina Babbington

    Zabrina illustrated great innovation and creativity when acting as Project Coordinator for the Green Change Project, which led to phenomenal success for her agency, Jane/Finch Community and Family Centre. She was instrumental in the success of this project, which was originally planned to be delivered over two years’ time, but due to funding only had […]

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  • 2010 Partnership Award - Toronto

    Rachel McGarry

    As the manager of the Ready for School Connects program, Rachel is responsible for ensuring the delivery of the school readiness program for newcomer families. Rachel seeks out and develops effective partnerships that are essential in order for the program to be successful. Rachel is able to forge, develop and maintain the strong partnerships that […]

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  • 2010 Partnership Award - Toronto

    Karen Letofsky

    Karen is the driving force behind many of the successful partnerships of Distress Centre. Karen is constantly promoting the agency and leveraging her memberships in partnerships. She consults on and advances issues of crisis responses, suicide, and homicide prevention. Karen is sensitive and committed to the problems, efforts and needs of the partner agencies. Her […]

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  • 2010 Partnership Award - Toronto

    Adam Silver

    Adam demonstrates a strong commitment to creating healthy and vibrant communities. He helps partners focus on commonalities and sense of joint purpose in working collaboratively with each other to achieve a common goal. As a result partnerships are mutually beneficial and sustainable. Through partnerships, Adam has increased services to a greater amount of seniors served […]

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  • 2009 Team Achievement Award - Toronto

    Youth and Community Outreach Team

    The Youth and Community Outreach team at the Boys’ and Girls’ Club of East Scarborough embodies strong qualities of commitment, loyalty, understanding, and most of all love of self, each other and the community. The team works with youth from 12-29 years of age and their families to help provide different services such as counselling, […]

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  • 2009 Team Achievement Award - Toronto

    Client Services Team

    With respect for individual diversity, their strengths, and talents – the WTSS client services team thrive at Silver Circle. They create a welcoming atmosphere for the clients and have an overwhelming positive energy which extends throughout the community. The team has had to work through hardships associated with transition but they always maintained their strong […]

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  • 2009 Team Achievement Award - Toronto

    Staff Kitchen Team

    The kitchen staff at FoodShare Toronto have the important responsibility to feed their staff members, volunteers, and customers with healthy nutritious meals every day. Sybil, Jesus and Alvin are said to be the heart of FoodShare, they ensure that a warm and healthy meal is available for all whether they are vegan or have food […]

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  • 2009 Dedication Award - Toronto

    Naomi Ziegler

    As a Coordinator of Volunteer Services at the Bernard Betel Centre, Naomi Ziegler is the heart of the agency’s success. She has energy, passion and drive and is committed to her work. She makes the Betel Centre a better place because of her efforts and strong dedication. During the last year Naomi was able to […]

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