community podcast s1 episode #1 – taylor and whit from pflag halton

We are extremely excited to launch the first episode of our CommUNITY Podcast! We are beyond honoured to have PFLAG Halton as our first guests to this series. Listen to Taylor and Whit’s inspiring story about leading the charge to support and advocate for 2SLGBTQIA+ communities across Halton. To learn more about PFLAG Halton and get involved: Visit their website Follow them on their socials @pflaghaltonrnrnCheck it out…

CommUNITY Podcast s1 Episode #2 – Halton Learning Foundation

We are proud to present to you the second episode of our CommUNITY podcast featuring the outgoing CEO of the Halton Learning Foundation; Lesley Mansfield. We sat down with Lesley to discuss the financial barriers students in Halton face and how her organization works to eliminate these barriers. Thank you for all the amazing work you have done throughout your career Lesley, we wish you a very happy retirement! To learn more about the Halton Learning Foundation and get involved: Visit their website Follow them on their socials @haltonlearnfdn

CommUNITY Podcast s1 Episode #3 – Fayrouz from ROCK Halton

u003cpu003eFor the third episode of our CommUNITY podcast we are thrilled to welcome Fayrouz from ROCK Halton. ROCK is an acronym for ‘Reach Out Centre For Kids’, and is an accredited, multi-service organization and the lead agency for Halton’s child and youth mental health sector. If you or anyone you know are ever in a mental health crisis, ROCK offers a 24/7 crisp line at 905-878-9785. To learn more about the services ROCK offers visit: u003ca href=u0022 target=u0022_blanku0022u003e learn about their volunteer opportunities visit here: u003ca href=u0022 target=u0022_blanku0022u003e

community podcast s1 episode #4 – laurie from halton women’s place

In this episode, we are honoured to interview Laurie Hepburn, the Executive Director of Halton Women’s Place.rnrnWe discussed how domestic violence continues to be a huge issue in a post-pandemic world, how we can create safe spaces for women and young girls, as well as the importance of male allyship and youth leadership.rnrnWe encourage anyone experiencing domestic violence to access their 24-hour crisis lines:rnrnu003culu003ernu003cliu003e905 332 7892 (Burlington u0026 Oakville)u003c/liu003ernu003cliu003e905 878 8555 (Milton u0026 Halton Hills)u003c/liu003ernu003cliu003eu003ca href=u0022 target=u0022_blanku0022u003e learn more about Halton Women’s Place visit their website u003ca href=u0022 target=u0022_blanku0022u003e and follow them on Instagram @haltonwomensplace.