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United Way Halifax Oct 17
Over 58,000 people in Halifax live in poverty - that's 1 in 7. Today is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Let's commit to working together to !
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Matthew Burke 23 Nov 17
For many years I lived in Toronto working a low income job with only a high school education. A few things Iearned in that time was how easy it is to end up in poverty & how difficult it is to find a solution without support & encouragement
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Welcome Housing & Support Services 23 Nov 17
Darcy Gillis from Dartmouth Housing Help working at the Housing and Homelessness Idea table with United Way
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Sara Napier 26 Apr 18
Today was a beautiful blur of celebration, gratitude and reflection on community change. Thank you donors, volunteers, friends, partners and more! So appreciative, so inspired, so much more to do .
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TracyBoyer 7 Dec 17
“Our city is growing but some have been left behind...our goal is to eliminate poverty in HRM”
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Family SOS Halifax 19 Apr 18
We care about food security and are ready to make a difference by standing up and talking about the issue of poverty in our community!
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Renée LeVangie 23 Nov 17
"It's not enough to just be a bigger city, we need to be a better city...we need to live in caring and inclusive communities where everyone has the chance to succeed." -
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Renée LeVangie 23 Nov 17
"We need to ensure everyone has a voice and a choice." -
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Mark Fraser 23 Nov 17
We all own a piece of eradicating poverty. The leadership shown by and on this is inspiring.
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🌸Sarah🌸 23 Nov 17
Happy to be able to tune into ’s live feed to hear more about poverty solutions tonight.
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Vanessa Greer 23 Nov 17
The live stream re Poverty Solutions Strategy hosted by is a fantastic opportunity to learn about the amazing work being done around our city toward eliminating poverty in
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TracyBoyer 23 Nov 17
Minister Kelly Regan (Department of Community Services) speaking about their work
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United Way Halifax Sep 29
DEADLINE EXTENDED: there’s still time to nominate for a Social Innovation Award - the top finalist will win $5000 for their poverty initiative.
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🌸Sarah🌸 24 Apr 18
Let’s end poverty together - Join United Way Halifax in being a champion for change.
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Lucy Hulford 26 Oct 17
Thank you to all those who attended
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Brad Smith 23 Nov 17
Big turnout for the Poverty Free Halifax project. A growing Halifax that leaves people behind is not an option. Thanks to Minister Kelly Regan and for bringing all the good work by many together to solve poverty.
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United Way Halifax Nov 28
Thanks to staff for joining participating in Living on the Edge last week. You were an enthusiastic group, we hope it helped gain a perspective on the challenges of living in poverty.
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Mark Fraser 23 Feb 18
Working with wonderful people from , , and others on poverty eradication in . This statement really hits home today.
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Andy Fillmore, MP 23 Nov 17
Minister & I are sending our thanks to the team for your work on Poverty Solutions for . Looking forward to receiving your feedback & working together to .
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Mark Fraser 23 Feb 18
Very happy to be a part of this important work
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