We’ve released our Community Impact Report for 2021
We’ve released our annual Community Impact Report which highlights our organization’s impact during April 2020 to March 2021.
The year April 2020 to March 2021 marked the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic.
As was the case all over our world, Reception House was forced to adapt and innovate as the year progressed. Through it all, we continued to be the region’s most comprehensive refugee serving agency serving the most vulnerable group of newcomers – government assisted refugees (GARs).
How You can Help Refugees Settle in Waterloo Region
Yes, we have been welcoming our newest neighbours even during the pandemic. We are greatly appreciative to those who have reached out to us via telephone, email and social media. While we hope that we haven’t missed any offers of support, here are 3 different ways you can help Reception House as we continue to welcome refugees in Waterloo Region.
Volunteer with Reception House
If you would like to volunteer, please complete our volunteer form below and we will be in touch. When you apply to volunteer, please add any information we should know to the last section.
If you’re able to, a financial donation will help us provide support to newcomers, such as mobility aids, medical care that is not covered by OHIP and dental work.
Are you a landlord?
If you are a landlord and can assist us, please visit Waterloo Region Immigration Partnership and complete the form on Step 2.
Reception House Waterloo Region is a community-based organization that provides a warm welcome to government-assisted refugees.
Our programs and services assist refugees throughout their settlement & integration process, enabling them to lead healthy and productive lives in their new community.
We start by providing the basics: temporary residence, orientations to life in Canada and down the line, we empower those we serve to find meaningful employment, improve their language skills and heal from trauma and loss.
We've released our annual Community Impact Report which highlights our organization's impact during April 2020 to March 2021.The year April 2020 to March 2021 marked the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic.As was the case all over our world,Reception House was forced to...
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