Category Archives: General KCR News / Info

Now Hiring: SNAPP Worker – South Fraser

Position Summary: The primary responsibilities are to work together with the child(ren)’s planning team to assist in transition planning for approximately twelve children at a time in the care of the Ministry of Children and Families so that they have a clear understanding of their history, are supported in the preparation of their Lifebook and more » Continue Reading

Now Hiring: Family Hub Facilitator

Hours of Work and Rate of Pay: 25 hours per week, $22.00 – $24.00 per hour – Contract position until March 31, 2019, with the possibility of an extension Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible Position Summary: Both the Family Hub Facilitator and the Community Engagement Facilitator are responsible to plan, develop, implement and more » Continue Reading

GivingTuesday Stories: I Feel like I can do anything

KCR Presents GivingTuesday Stories: A series of heart-warming stories and a glance at our different programs we offer. The Family Friend Program is a mentorship program for isolated single mothers with young children. Volunteers are trained and matched with single moms for friendship, support, and resources. Volunteers and Participants find this program meaningful and fulfilling. more » Continue Reading

GivingTuesday Stories: Support for those in Need

KCR Presents GivingTuesday Stories: A series of heart-warming stories and a glance at our different programs we offer. The Crisis Line offers non-judgemental, confidential emotional support and crisis intervention. A caller communicated that they felt that their life was not worth living, and feeling hopeless, and they wanted to die. The Crisis Line Worker on more » Continue Reading

GivingTuesday Stories: Your Generosity has left me Speechless…

KCR Presents GivingTuesday Stories: A series of heart-warming stories and a glance at our different programs we offer. A single mom shares the impact her Sponsor’s generosity had on her family as part of the Sponsor a Family Program. From her words, we can learn that the act of giving goes way beyond the “stuff.” more » Continue Reading

GivingTuesday Stories: Hitting the Reset Button on your Career

KCR Presents GivingTuesday Stories: A series of heart-warming stories and a glance at our different programs we offer. One of the participants entering our Job Readiness employment program had recently moved to Kelowna for health reasons and to be with family. He was diagnosed with cancer 2 years ago and was finishing his treatments during more » Continue Reading

GivingTuesday Stories: Age Doesn’t Matter – Lourdes & Chelsea

KCR Presents GivingTuesday Stories: A series of heart-warming stories and a glance at our different programs we offer. Lourdes moved to Kelowna from the Philippines in 2001. She is now 78, active in her church and very independent, but wanted more support to help navigate the Canadian culture and assist her with using technology to more » Continue Reading

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