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The Chatham-Kent Prosperity Roundtable is unlocking Chatham-kent’s potential by

engaging and mobilizing our community to find solutions

sparking innovation & Collaboration

Facilitating and Strengthening collective action for change


THE CHATHAM-KENT PROSPERITY ROUNDTABLE

IS A LEADER IN THE PROMOTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF A HEALTHY, VIBRANT, AND PROSPEROUS CHATHAM-KENT

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 built by the community

We believe that people are the experts of their own community

we believe that everyone has something to add in building a greater community

we know success is only possible when the community directs the action

That’s why we’re spending 2019 travelling around Chatham-Kent to connect, listen, and report back

You’re the experts - we need your help to define the next steps of poverty reduction in Chatham-Kent

Be part of building the plan that will make Chatham-Kent greater than it already is

our work begins with our community

Every project is focused on bringing our community together to make change

Only together can we make Chatham-Kent greater than it already is

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The Community Plan brings our community together to develop and implement innovative projects to sustainably reduce poverty in Chatham-Kent

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The Community Advocacy Network is a group organized by and for people living with the challenges of poverty to connect, heal, and advocate for change

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The Community Partners Network is an social incubation group to share information, spark innovation, and drive collective work in Chatham-Kent

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CK Together brings caring community members together to develop new and meaningful volunteer opportunities for poverty reduction in Chatham-Kent

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The Canada Learning Bond is a grant of up to $2000 from the Federal Government of Canada to help children attend post-secondary education

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Advocacy Campaigns lists active advocacy projects related to poverty reduction in our community to open opportunities for all voices to be heard in Chatham-Kent

Let's Connect

Our Office

Family Service Kent
50 Adelaide St. S.
Chatham, ON
N7M 6K7

Hours of Operation:
M-F 9:00 - 5:00

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Contact Us

Phillip Mock
Project Coordinator

Phone:
519-354-6221 ext. 222

Email: prosperityroundtable@familyservicekent.com

WANT TO VOULNTEER?

The Prosperity Roundtable is always seeking volunteers who are interested in promoting poverty issues throughout Chatham-Kent. The Roundtable needs volunteers that are interested in journalism, blogging, photography, videography, event planning and research to help bring awareness to poverty issues local to our communities.