The Neighbourhood Group Community Services
As the Coordinator of The Corner Drop-In serves at The Neighbourhood Group Community Services , Jules works tirelessly to service and maintain supports for the most vulnerable community, those who are homeless, facing mental health and substance use challenges, living in deep poverty and coping with various forms of marginalization at a time when many services were closing due to COVID.
Jules is able to create and maintain trusting and supportive relationships with people coming to the Drop-In, always approaching people with a kind and open heart. She works collaboratively across sectors ,external service providers and stakeholders in the community (police, local places of worship, churches, business, and residents/neighbours), with the goal of ensuring the highest quality programming and supports possible for our participants and to the benefit of our partners and neighbours in the community. Always willing to jump into another role and go above and beyond her job expectations, Jules partners effectively with the drop-in client support committee, a client – staff committee, that collaborates with her to ensure everyone have an active say in the services offered. The most positive impact of Jules is her tireless commitment to ensuring hundreds of vulnerable people living on the street in the challenging period of COVID received food, clothing , water, hygiene products and they felt cared for!
2022 Greater Toronto Bhayana Family Foundation Awards
Recognizing the extraordinary staff of United Way-funded agencies who make a difference every day.
Special Notes of Thanks from the 2022 Greater Toronto Bhayana Family Foundation Awards
Media Advisory: Bhayana Family Foundation Awards recognizes leaders in social service sector
November 23, 2022 (Toronto, ON) – Media are invited to a celebration of the social services sector’s leadership, partnership, dedication, innovation and creativity as the Bhayana Family Foundation Awards return on November 25 after a three-year hiatus due to Covid-19. Stories of resiliency, fortitude and innovation will be shared at the hybrid event as five team awards and 10 individual awards will be awarded to frontline employees from United Way Greater Toronto’s network of agencies who served over 2 million people last year in Peel, Toronto and York.
Date: Friday, November 25, 2022
Time: 1 to 3 p.m.
Format: Virtual via Zoom or in person for photography and videography
The awards ceremony will include:
- A keynote address by The Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Housing and Diversity and Inclusion
- Emcee Daniele Zanotti, CEO of United Way Greater Toronto
- Remarks by Rocco Rossi, President & CEO, Ontario Chamber of Commerce and Raksha M.Bhayana of the Bhayana Family FoundationMedia interested in attending this event, please contact:Lindsay Kwan
Communications Manager, United Way Greater Toronto email@example.com
Run of Show
Times are approximate
12:15–12:30: Guests Arrive
12:30–1:00: Buffet Lunch (in person)
1:00–1:10: Zoom goes live
1:10–1:15: Daniele Zanotti (UWGT President & CEO) welcomes guests (in person and on Zoom) and introduces Hon. Minister Ahmed Hussen
1:15–1:20: Minister Ahmed Hussen speaks (via Zoom)
1:20–1:23: Daniele thanks Minister Hussen and introduces Rocco Rossi
1:23–1:26: Rocco Rossi speaks
1:26–1:28: Daniele thanks Rocco Rossi and introduces Raksha Bhayana
1:28–1:32: Raksha speaks
1:32–2:02 Daniele presents Individual awards
2:02–2:05: Daniele congratulates the individual winners and introduces impact story presenters
2:05–2:08: Impact story #1
2:08–2:11: Impact story #2
2:11–2:30: Daniele thanks speakers and introduces the Team Awards
2:30–2:33: Daniele presents closing remarks and congratulates all
2:33–3:00: Guests mingle and depart