Programs and Event Calendar

1.       TPFC COMMUNITY FOOD BANK

-  Every 2nd Tuesday of the month TPFC is providing food to seniors and every 2nd Wednesday to those in need

-  Registration required. All applicants are being waitlisted at this time.

 

2. SENIOR ACTIVITY BOOKLETS

-  the 2nd Thursday of the month, these are available to the public on our website and Facebook or call to request a hardcopy

-  Food Bank patrons will receive these in their food boxes.

 

PARENT-CHILD CENTRED PROGRAM

3A. PROJECT PACKS

-  Available to the public while supplies last. Please contact us.

-  Children of Food Bank patrons receive these in their Food Boxes.

3B. ACTIVITY BOOKLETS

-  Available to the public while supplies last. Please contact us.

-  Children of Food Bank patrons receive these in their Food Boxes.

 

4. Homeless Outreach

DONATIONS

-  We are accepting monetary donations and donations of socks, tights, sweaters, and winter ::00clothing for adult males and females. These are distributed throughout the colder months.

-  Contact us for more information or to make a donation.

MEALS FOR OSCAR’S PLACE RESIDENTS

· Monday to Friday, 12:00-1:00 

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IN-HOUSE PROGRAMMING

Our Program Coordinator creates programs, workshops, and lessons for all ages. These programs fit into the following categories:

  • Arts

  • Community

  • Culture

  • Crime Prevention

  • Health

  • Life Skills

  • Seniors

  • Youth

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YOUTH PROGRAMMING

Our Youth Coordinator creates programs, workshops, and lessons for youth ages 12-17. These programs fit into the following categories:

  • TPFC Youth Club

  • Arts

  • Community

  • Culture

  • Crime Prevention

  • Health

  • Life Skills

CURRENT PROGRAMS:​​

School Supplies

 

TPFC Youth Club

 

ONLINE Cannabis & Vaping: Know the Risks

Cree Story Walk

 

O-to-tay-moo-win Steppers (Children's Square Dancing) [Postponed due to Pandemic]

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PARENT-CHILD CENTERED PROGRAM

This program is offered to children between the ages of 6-12 and their primary caregivers to participate in hands-on activities that will enhance family unity and community involvement. The program is based on family needs and well-being and provides supports and community resources.

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TPFC COMMUNITY FOOD BANK

Some of us need a little help during this time and we'll try our best to provide it.

All applications are being waitlisted at this time.

Find more info here.

Covid-19 Hamper Information & Call for A

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COMMUNITY NAVIGATOR

Works one on one with the homeless populations in regards to additions. This program:

  • Enhances their understanding of addictions

  • Advocates for clients when dealing with other agencies or bureaucracies

  • Aids in finding and receiving treatment

  • Assists families of clients to access services required to cope with homeless family members.

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HOMELESS OUTREACH

Provides support to clients experiencing homelessness or those who are at risk of homelessness. This program:

  • Assists in finding housing.

  • Provides advocacy.

  • Connects clients with additions treatment options.

  • Connects clients with local social support services.

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COMMUNITY COALITION

Identifies gaps in services/programming and reduces duplication of programs by:

  • Identifies local community agencies/organizations offering services/programs

  • Coordinating agencies/organizations to work together in program/service delivery

  • Building partnerships between governments (municipal, and provincial), Indigenous organizations (OCN, SCTC), and stakeholders

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CURRENT PROGRAMS:

Information coming soon.

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