Our mission is to enable local organizations to convert their sustainability interest into action.

We support members of our community in a variety of ways to help find the intersection of financial and environmental sustainability.  We build community and therefore a movement toward a shared vision of the future, setting a common direction for results, and publicly reporting on progress, resulting in heightened individual and collective successes in Waterloo Region.

For more informations, please visit www.sustainablewaterlooregion.ca.

Helping businesses succeed through the power of video.

Video is changing the way businesses connect and communicate in an increasingly digital world. From marketing, sales and customer service to employee training and corporate communications, video is helping businesses of all sizes humanize communications and personalize customer experiences.

Vidyard is the video platform that helps businesses transform communications and drive more revenue through the strategic use of online video. Going beyond video hosting and management, we help businesses connect with more viewers through interactive and personalized video experiences, learn powerful insights on their viewing audience, turn insights into action with enterprise integrations, and prove the impact of their video programs.

For more information, visit www.vidyard.com.

At House of Friendship, we invite you to walk with us in our shared vision and mission.  We truly believe that as a community we are Stronger Together.

With the tremendous support of this community, we help more than 42,000 individuals each year who are need food, housing, community resources or addiction treatment. Please walk with us as we respond with compassion to those who need help. Let’s make Waterloo Region a place where everyone can belong and thrive!

To get started, call us at 519-742-8327 or email us at admin@houseoffriendship.org.

To learn more, visit houseoffriendship.org.

Community Justice Initiatives (CJI) is a non-profit organization known world-wide for starting the first modern Restorative Justice program. 

Restorative Justice is a way of addressing conflict and crime that engages the person who caused the harm, people who were affected by the harm, and the community.

During our 40+ year history, we have continuously responded to community needs by creatively, and innovatively applying restorative justice principles to new problems. We believe the only limit to the power of restorative justice is the capacity of the human heart to change and grow.

We provide conflict resolution services, support for people impacted by sexual trauma, assistance for families involved with child protection, and reintegration support for women and youth returning to the community from prison or custody. 

Our restorative justice programs are offered in Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, and the rest of the Waterloo Region and Wellington County in Ontario, Canada. Through research, speaking opportunities, and written resources our influence is global.

To learn more, visit cjiwr.com.

Canadian Foodgrains Bank is a partnership of Canadian churches and church-based agencies working together to end global hunger. Each year, the Foodgrains Bank works to end hunger in about 40 countries around the world. Its international projects fall into three categories: food assistance, agriculture and livelihoods, and nutrition programming. The Foodgrains Bank also advocates for better national and international policies that enable families around the world to better feed themselves. In 2017-18, the Foodgrains Bank provided $37 million of assistance to over 800,000 people worldwide.

To learn more, visit foodgrainsbank.ca.

Browse. Borrow. Build.

The KW Library of Things is a space where you can borrow infrequently used items such as tools, garden equipment, kitchen appliances or camping gear.

To learn more, visit kwlot.ca.

Hospice of Waterloo Region was founded in 1993 by Lucille Mitchell, a local resident who recognized the need for hospice palliative care services in Waterloo Region. Hospice’s core program is our Volunteer Visiting Program. Individuals living with life-threatening illness are matched one on one with a highly trained hospice volunteer who commits to making weekly visits to the client’s home to provide emotional and practical support.

Over the past twenty years that we have served the community, we have been able to expand the scope of our services substantially and now provide hospice palliative care and bereavement support to individuals and their families who are affected by a life threatening illness.

Our mandate from the very beginning is to provide ALL of our services free of charge to the community.

To learn more, visit hospicewaterloo.ca.

Sound of Faith Broadcasting Inc. is the parent not-for-profit organization of Faith FM. It was quietly born in 1994 by a group of people meeting in a church basement in Woodstock with a dream of bringing Christian radio into Southwestern Ontario.

Today we are dedicated to the operation of three radio stations located in London, Woodstock, and the head office, Kitchener. We are proud to be providing quality Christian programming to our communities.

Mission: To have a strong, unifying impact on our community by providing and promoting quality faith-based family-oriented programming that inspires, encourages, uplifts and entertains our audience. To encourage, support and promote the development of Canadian Christian talent.

To learn more, visit faithfm.org.

The Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement (CPA) is a dynamic space on the University of Waterloo campus, home to peace-oriented innovators, and established organizations from the region’s vibrant peacebuilding field. The common goal of advancing peace collaboratively and creatively is the lifeblood of the CPA’s unique working community. The CPA stands as a bridge between campus and community, academics and practice, and faith and justice.

To learn more, visit our website.

We’re championing and showcasing the growing wave of living wage initiatives in Ontario.

We are a network of employers, employees, NGOs, non-profits, researchers, and proponents of decent work standards for all Ontario workers.

Together, we’re changing the conversation about what the minimum standard of pay for low-wage workers should be in the province.

To learn more, visit ontariolivingwage.ca.

We are a new kind of museum – one of ideas and experiences. No dusty objects, no collections, and no velvet ropes here. We are dedicated to presenting fresh, relevant cultural content from around the globe in unique and interactive ways that intersect art, science, culture and technology. We are a premier cultural destination and a hub for creative thinking and inspired play.

WHAT WE DO: From Andy Warhol to Jane Goodall to Titanic to Yoko Ono, THEMUSEUM is the only museum around that is bold enough to feature such a wide range of cultural content under one roof. We offer a diverse array of exhibitions, programs and events for children, youth, families and adults guaranteed to awe, inspire, and enlighten all audiences.

Featuring five floors and 55,000 square feet of interactive exhibitions, THEMUSEUM has a little bit of everything…and a whole lot of imagination, education, and good ol’ fashion family fun.

WHY WE DO IT: Because no one else can or will.

MISSION: To scan the globe for fresh cultural content and use it to stage experiences that stimulate transformative connections for our audiences.

VISION: To awe, inspire and enlighten.

Experiential Learning
Unexpected Intersections
Diverse Voices

To learn more, visit THEMUSEUM.ca.

Kindred Credit Union (Kindred) is a member-owned financial cooperative based in Kitchener, Ontario. Kindred’s values-centred approach is woven into everything we do and makes us the one-of-a-kind choice for people across Ontario who want to connect their values and faith with their finances.

Kindred has eight full-service branches in Southwestern Ontario offering a complete range of banking, investing, and borrowing products and services.

Kindred has been in the making for over 50 years and it all began when a group of Mennonites had a radical vision to see mutual aid put into faithful practice – extending access to financial services across our community. That vision is lived out today through our innovative and impactful products, services, and programs.

To learn more, visit kindredcu.com.