The Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC), an organization offering social and community services to residents of Orléans-Cumberland, is seeking a Child Program Counsellor (bilingual) – One year contract with possibility of renewal. Job applications closes January 25th – for more details click here.
The Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC) is a multiservice centre that promotes and contributes to the health and welfare of the Orléans- Cumberland communities while being committed to working for social change. If you are bilingual, have a CPA, CGA designation, demonstrate skills and experience, and wish to be part of a dynamic team, we
The Youth Program needs you for our Youth space drop in on Thursdays from 4p.m. to 6 p.m. via ZOOM, once or twice a month The volunteers profile: Are you between 18 to 30 years old? Are you interested with Youth? Do you want to contribute in our Youth well-being? To find out more please
Are you looking to contribute to your community? The welcoming and screening assistant of persons entering the Centre has to be friendly, personable, calm and able to interact with a wide variety of people. Daytime flexible assignments, to find out more please contact Rosanne Canzanella email@example.com or 613-830-4357 extension 307
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Orléans community has being a great supporter of the Food Bank at the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC). The last couple of weeks have been very demanding for our Food Bank but we are glad to share some positive aspects of the pandemic. The OCCRC has received
Batman of Orléans is the attraction in the community since the COVID-19 crisis started. Families are arranging a visit of the superhero for their young children that are unable to go to school or even outside. Instead of spreading COVID-19, Batman is spreading the joy and smiles from houses to houses in Orléans. The saying
The COVID-19 pandemic has a big impact on everyone around the world. Individuals are losing their income in a blink of an eye because their workplace is ordered to shut down or for shortage of work. Organizations are struggling to stay afloat during this crisis which will have a remarkable impact on small and local
Staffs and volunteers at the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC) continue to work to provide essential services to our community members. The OCCRC has now been operating with modified services for five days. “It is extraordinary to see the support between colleagues and volunteers within the organization, but especially the support that the Centre receives
The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly evolving and we are constantly reviewing how our Centre operates to serve our community. The Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC) is essential for our community members, especially during times of crisis such as the one we are experiencing today. All decisions were made with the best interest to preserve the
Are you looking to participate in a community program? Positions are available for morning playgroups on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. The volunteers profile: Are you interested with children 0 to 6 years old? Do you want to contribute in our children well-being? Early childhood experience an asset If you are interested, please contact: Rosanne Canzanella, volunteer
The Youth Program needs you for our Youth space drop in on Thursdays from 4 to 8 p.m. Flexible assignments once or twice per month and supper is provided! www.crcoc.ca/en/youth/youth-space The volunteers profile: Are you between 19 to 30 years old? Are you interested with Youth? Do you want to contribute in our Youth well-being?
Are you looking to participate in a community program? We have a position available to the new playgroup in Navan on Tuesday morning starting November 5, 2019 The volunteers profile: Are you interested with children 0 to 6 years old? Do you want to contribute in our children well-being? Early childhood experience an asset Bilingual
The Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre is looking for volunteers to assists in event and fundraising activities. We are seeking for individuals who are creative thinkers and “go-getters” in an effort to fundraise and create community awareness for our Centre. Reporting to the Fund Development, Communications and Marketing Coordinator, this volunteer position, will provide creative and
The EarlyON Centre is proud to announce that they will be offering a new playgroup in Navan. The new playgroup will be starting on November 5, on every Tuesday 1295 Colonial Rd. from 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. Come meet one of our Family Resource Workers who will be facilitating the playgroup. Should you have
The volunteer will provide transportation [Orléans] 1x a week on Thursday to two participants attending the Centre’s social group. Replacement position for the months of July, August, September 2019. The group starts at 1 pm. to 3 pm. Requirement: vehicle insurance document for 2 millions. Mileage is reimbursed. If you are interested, please contact: Rosanne Canzanella,
Bringing a gender lens to Ottawa’s housing crisis Hear how the housing crisis is putting women and their families at risk. Learn why community organizations are asking Council to approve $12 M for affordable housing in the 2019 City Budget. Have an opportunity to express your opinions on why housing matters Learn ways to make
About the Event Professor Jennifer Ridgley, Department of Geography A renewed interest in sanctuary cities has emerged in recent years as a strategy to support refugees and migrants in the context of intensifying anti-immigrant politics. In the United States, policies passed in the 1980s to support Central American refugees have been revived by local and
We’re currently recruiting 2 residents (living east of Place d’Orléans) to participate in this Crime Prevention and Community Development Framework initiative. Branch Out Theatre and Community Mediation Ottawa are leading partners in this project (and they’re awesome!) A note that most meetings will occur in English, during the daytime and likely in a central location
We need your help! The City of Ottawa is responsible for planning and managing local licensed child care and early years services. The City just launched an online survey to hear from parents about their child care experiences and needs. The information will be used to develop a five-year plan with the goal of improving
We just received a special delivery from Worry Free Snowblowing Inc. :100 Turkeys & Food for the Food Bank We just received a special delivery from Worry Free Snowblowing Inc. :100 Turkeys & Food for the Food Bank Worry Free Snowblowing Inc. is also currently raising 20 000$ for the Centre https://www.canadahelps.org/…/campaign/holiday-food-bank-…/… Thank you, thank you,
Thanks to Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Atfal – Ottawa East for their donation of 700 pounds (317.51 kg) in canned food items. The team at the OCCRC unite their voices to tell you how much we sincerely appreciate your generosity and support. ?
The Firefighters are picking up food donations at local grocery stores and delivering to the Orleans Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC) Food bank. Here are the locations: Sobeys – 5150 Innes Rd, Orléans, ON K4A 0G42276 Tenth Line Rd, Orléans, ON K4A 0X4 Sobeys Inc. will match all financial donations made by customers from 11am
For more information: https://muslimlink.ca/classifieds/opportunities/surveys/participate-in-the-muslim-canadians-mental-health-survey?fbclid=IwAR3hXndNJ8l0iW_eU3MbRmKoaNKo-PZGgCIFeSknZ4IOFvFAZEK4ov1fqqg “These questionnaires are designed to investigate attitudes about seeking services for mental health care, including: 1) demographics, 2) your beliefs about community attitudes toward people who seek professional help for mental health problems, 3) your personal attitudes toward people who seek help for mental health problems, 4) your personal beliefs
Thank you to the Royal Canadian Legion Orleans – Branch 632 for this generous donation of $ 700.
Are you looking to participate in a community program? A position is available for morning playgroup on Tuesday morning from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The volunteers profile: Are you interested with children 0 to 6 years old? Do you want to contribute in our children well-being? Early childhood experience an asset If you are
The OCCRC Flippin for Charity Community Pancake Breakfast was a big success. Over 225 people attended. It was a beautiful day to enjoy with family and friends. Thank you for coming! A BIG THANK YOU❣️ you to Steve Sicard-Royal Lepage Performance Realty and our other sponsors: Doyle Salewski Inc., Terradare, Hill Charity Golf Classic, Orléans Star, Proulx Maple & Berry Farm, Modern
September 27: Orléans residents came out and civic engagement was on fire! Open Space technology was a new format for many, and after finding our groove residents and candidates mingled and powerful conversations took place. Ward #1 has 15 amazing candidates. Please check out their websites and social media before Oct 22nd!
Municipal elections are coming up. The OCCRC has asked questions to the candidates to find out their opinions about issues important to the residents of Orléans. Click on the following issues to read the Orléans ward candidates’ answers. We have not received answers from the Cumberland’s ward candidates. *Please note that the answers are posted in the language
Mr. Leslie spent a wonderful morning with the staff and families of the EarlyON Child and Family Centre. The families appreciated the time he took to discuss the newly enhanced Canada Child Benefit.
The OCCRC has held its AGM and 30th year’s celebration on June 18th with great success! Over 70 people attended the AGM and close to 140 enjoyed the BBQ and family activities. Thank you for your continual support throughout all these years. It is a real privilege to serve the communities or Orléans, Cumberland, Navan,
Thank you so much to the local artists of the Navan Fine Arts Group. In April this talented group held their annual spring sale at the Navan arena and raised close to $500 in support of our Centre. If you would like to see some of their beautiful items for sale please click here to
On May 26th the “Fast and the Fleurious” team from Bellefleur Physiotherapy here in Orléans ran in support of our Centre. Thanks to their team’s incredible efforts they were able to collectively raise just shy of $2,000… but they have not stopped trying to reach their goal even though the race is now done. If
In support of the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre. Please join us for the 2oth annual “Move Your Feet so Kids Can Eat” Walk-a-Thon Hosted by the Ottawa Voyageurs Walking Club.This is a great community event for the whole family! Registration and start time: 10 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.5 & 10 km mapped walksOrléans-Cumberland CommunityResource Centre240
Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend Scotiabank Charity Challenge orKichesippi Workplace Runoff Thanks to the incredible team at Bellefleur Physiotherapy, our Centre has received the great honour of being one of the official charities receiving funds from this year’s Scotiabank Charity Challenge/ Kichessippi Workplace Runoff during the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend on May 26-27, 2018. Emily and the
On April 11, Mayor Jim Watson presented 21 Sovereign Medals for Volunteers on behalf Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada. Col (Ret’d) Jarrott Wilbert Holtzhauer has been an active fundraiser for the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre for 22 years, as well as a committed member of the Friends of the Canadian
It is with much enthusiasm that the participants in the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC) Youth Space Program (14–18 years) welcomed M.P.P. Marie-France Lalonde on Thursday April 19th. As youth shared a meal with Mrs. Lalonde, they engaged in discussions on how planned activities are important, as well as opportunities to interact with other youth
Ottawa, April 5th, 2018 – This morning, Ms.Kim Donaldson, Vice President, of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) presented a cheque of $ 5,000 to Ms. Hélène Quesnel, Chair of the OCCRC Board, and Ms. Suzanne Wert, Manager of Finance and Administration of the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre who were accompanied by the Honorable Marie-France
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MPP Marie-France Lalonde and MP Andrew Leslie invite you to play bowling on Family Day! Location: ORLÉANS BOWLING 885 Taylor Creek DriveDate: Monday February 19thTime: 9 – noon We also encourage you all to bring non-perishable food items for our local food banks. For information call 613-834-8679 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
December 9th was the Annual City of Ottawa Firefighter’s Food Drive. The Firefighters were picking up food donations at local grocery stores and delivering to the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre (OCCRC) Food bank. Orléans residents were extremely generous. It was an all-day event with lots of kind volunteers from OCCRC and the Kiwanis Club of
Thanks to beautiful weather, and a fantastic group of 200 plus ticket holders, our 2nd annual “Flippin’ for Charity” community pancake event + Ford Drive 4your Community was a HUGE success. Because of the heartwarming support received, we were able to raise more than $8,500! These funds will be directly invested in programs and services
Thank you to Paul Rushforth and his incredible team… their 6th annual Charity Golf Tournament raised over $36,000! Our Centre along with the Ottawa Senators Foundation are beyond appreciative for this very talented teams ability to create THE MUST ATTEND Charity Golf Tournament of the Summer. Registration is now open for their 2018 tournament which
The team at Paul Rushforth Real Estate’s hosted the 5th Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the GreyHawk Golf Club. Over $36,000 was raised to support the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre and The Ottawa Senators Foundation. The OCCRC wishes to thank all the golfers, sponsors and especially the Paul Rushforth Real Estate Team for putting on a first class event.
Thank you to the Kiwanis Club of Orleans for graciously donating very generous funds to the Orleans-Cumberland Food Bank. We are very fortunate to be associated with such a thoughtful group. (left to right: Luc Ouellette, Executive Director of the OCCRC and Bill Cowperthwaite, Finance Committee Lead-member of the Kiwanis Club of Orleans)
A big thank you to the members of the community who were involved in this activity that took place at the OCCRC at the beginning of February. For several weeks, seven residents met during several weeks to prepare a location where they could invite people to come and donate, exchange or choose warm winter clothing. The organizers
The administration and staff at the OCCRC would like to thank the many donors and volunteers who helped make this year’s Christmas Program a tremendous success. Thanks to their generosity we were able to raise over $58,500 and collect more than 37,600 food items and 700 toys. As a result, we assisted 883 individuals through the program
Bob and Gabrielle Forsythe, co-presidents of the Village Squares square dancing club in Orléans, present a cheque for $400 to Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre finance manager Suzanne Wert. The money was raised through member donations and “share the wealth” draws, bringing their 13-year total of funds raised for the OCCRC to more than $6,000.
The Orleans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre would like to extend our profound thanks to the District 7 Ottawa Volunteer Firefighters and the Kiwanis Club of Orleans for their invaluable support during the Ottawa Firefighters’ food drive that took place this past November. The Kiwanis volunteers joined our resource centre’s team of volunteers and the volunteer firefighters from
The OCCRC would like to take a moment to thank the people who logged on, bid and helped to make our 2016 Bids for Change Online Auction an overwhelming success! Thanks to you, we were able to raise more than $4,000! We would also like to thank the many local businesses who donated items and made
We wish to thank the Capital Artisans Guild for their kind support during this year’s Craft Show and the shoppers who generously donated hundreds of food items and cash in support of the food bank as well as many other programs and services offered by the OCCRC.
During the past months, our local business partners have assisted us in raising funds for our School Supplies Program to benefit a great number of children and teens in our community. Thank you to Palladium Insurance, Sure Print Orleans & Staples Canada on Tenth Line who also collected funds through their Back To School Supply Drive. This year we are proud
Thank you to the Navan Lions Club & the Cumberland Community Association who presented generous donations to the OCCRC – funds that will be invested directly in the Centre’s programs and services.