The Latest: Resources & Links
A Curated Selection of Favourite Interviews, Podcast, Videos, Articles, Websites to explore and news about community change.
EDGEy Conversations - Changing the Narrative of Poverty
An Interview with The Storyteller Catalysts and Carla Leon, EDGEy Conversations.
Joy Is What Happens When We Notice (Podcast)
Under-resourced people live in ways that could lead the rest of us
Ruby Payne: How-To #5 - How to understand hidden rules
More on the Hidden Rules of Class from Aha! Process and the Bridges Out of Poverty Framework.
Bridges Out of Poverty, A Study Guide
Based on Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies
for Professionals and Communities
by Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D., Philip E. DeVol,
and Terie Dreussi Smith
Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities
Summarizing the Bridges Out of Poverty Framework and Philosophy
A sample of some of our favourite and super helpful Websites
Tamarak's "impact & effectiveness in strengthening community capacity to engage citizens, lead collaboratively, deepen community and reduce poverty" is unsurpassed. I love getting lost in all their resources. — Kat, Bridges Peterborough Project Manager
Their Mission: Enabling individuals, institutions, and communities to stabilize and grow resources for all, particularly those in poverty.
Canadian Mental Health Association
Income Support and Poverty Reduction
Community Foundation of Greater Peterborough
Inspiring giving to build a vital community, for everyone.
United Way Peterborough & District
United Way Peterborough & District inspires people from all walks of life to come together to raise funds, volunteer and stimulate policy and attitude changes that lead to the improvement of people’s quality of life in the City and County of Peterborough.
Community Futures Peterborough
Community Futures Peterborough (CFP) fosters a vibrant and sustainable community by supporting business development.
"They offer so many great webinars and training around non-profit for free!" — Kat, Bridges Peterborough
Laridae is a management consulting firm serving non-profit organizations.
Sumac gives you the tools to manage your entire nonprofit in one place, no matter what kind of work you do.
Peterborough Data Share
In the Press! Local and beyond!
Local artist and advocate Elisha Rubacha participates in national panel discussing basic income for artists.
As nation-wide discussions examine the impacts basic income programs could have on the arts sector, Rubacha emerges as a leading voice in the conversation
Peterborough letter: Church calls on Monsef to support universal basic income
Bridges Peterborough helps people out of poverty
Federal funding supports 10 projects to keep seniors active in Peterborough city and county