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Title: Annual General Membership Meeting


1
  • Annual General Membership Meeting
  • November 25, 2008
  • Jubilee Church of God Hall
  • Kenora, Ontario

2
AGENDA
  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Our VISION
  • Annual Report Presentation including
  • Community of Friends
  • Speaking Up Speaking Out
  • Transitional Housing Needs of Women
  • Election
  • Membership Registration and Sign-up

3
Articulating Our VISION We each need to develop
the capacity to respond with a cohesive
organizational message on who we are, what we do
and how we do it. Ian Hill 2007
  • We are a concerned group
  • working on homelessness
  • in our community

4
How Do We Achieve This?
  • Community education and awareness about
    homelessness and poverty
  • Promoting the implementation of our
  • May 2007 report Community Solutions For
    Affordable Housing Projects
  • Community caring projects to address poverty.

5
ANNUAL REPORT October 2007- October 2008
  • Will be posted to our website www.makingkenorahome
    .ca
  • Supplemental Reports also available
  • Week of Action Against Poverty
  • Hunger Doesnt Take A Vacation
  • Networking Tenant Neighbourhoods

6
General ACTIVITIES
  • Annual General Membership Meeting 1
  • HUB Meetings 12
  • Working Groups Meetings
  • Options 13
  • Communications 10
  • Base 13
  • Implementation 4

7
Objective 1 Promote Implementation of
Recommended Housing Projects Community Solutions
for Affordable Housing Projects, May 15, 2007
Report
  • Full Time Operation Emergency Shelter
  • 2. Transitional Single Room Occupancy (SR0) 8
    Units
  • 3. Single Room Occupancy, rent geared to income
    20 Units
  • 4. Single Dwelling Aboriginal Family Units 10
    Units
  • 5. Seniors Housing, tax credits and utility
    discounts
  • Supportive Housing
  • Transitional Support Housing for Victims of
    Violence 10 Units
  • Senior Support Housing Health Assistive Living
    10 units
  • 7. Rent Subsidized
  • Single Parent Family Housing 15 units
  • Housing for Individuals Experiencing Mental
    Health Dysfunction 10 Units

8
Objective 1 Outcomes
  • Representation at community meetings 27
  • Deputations to City Council 2
  • Deputations to political parties 3
  • Discussions with Habitat for Humanity
  • Voting membership on Harbourtown Committee
  • Collaboration with City on presentation to
    Association of Municipalities of Ontario
  • Partnership with Kenora Fellowship Centre in
    proposal to the Homelessness Partnership
    initiative

9
Objective 2 Caring projects that take action
against poverty in the local community
  • Outcomes
  • Workshops, emergency food suppliers 2
  • Tins for the Bin
  • Christmas Sharing Circle
  • Hunger Doesnt Take a Vacation
  • Networking Tenant Neighbourhoods
  • Community of Friends

10
Christmas Sharing Circle
11
Street Picnics
12
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13
Community of Friends Pie Making
14
Objective 3 Community Education and Awareness
  • Outcomes
  • Week of Action Against Poverty
  • Gingerbread Lane
  • Homeless in Kenora stories booklet
  • National Hunger Awareness Day
  • Newsletters
  • Media Interviews
  • Website www.makingkenorahome.ca

15
Gingerbread Lane
16
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17
Up from The Streets
18
Making Kenora Home Charitable Services
Inc. Profit and Loss Standard August 2008 through
December 2007
  • Ordinary Income/Expense
  • Income
  • Bracelet Sales 2,122.00
  • Donations, 2 Pianos 8 Hands 923.00
  • Donations 2,351.15
  • Total Income 5,396.15
  • Expenses
  • Cost of Bracelets 1,120.00
  • Professional 1,907.28
  • Service Charges 76.46
  • Total Expenses 3,103.74
  • Net Ordinary Income 2,292.41
  • Other Income/Expense
  • Other Income
  • Service Charges Recovered 45.00
  • Total Other Income 45.00

19
Making Kenora Home Charitable Services
Inc. Summary Balance Sheet As of December 31, 2007
  • ASSETS
  • Current Assets
  • Chequing/Savings 1,169.26
  • Total Current Assets 1,169.26
  • TOTAL ASSETS 1,169.26
  • LIABILITIES and EQUITIES
  • Equity 1,169.26
  • TOTAL LIABILITIES and EQUITIES 1,169.26

20
Making Kenora Home Charitable Services
Inc. Profit and Loss Standard All Transactions
October 31, 2008
  • Ordinary Income/Expense
  • Income
  • Bracelet Sales 2,122.00
  • Donations, 2 Pianos 8 Hands 1,989.00
  • Donations 8,438.81
  • Total Income 12,549.81
  • Expenses
  • Cost of Bracelets 1,120.00
  • Fellowship Centre Meals 314.29
  • Professional Expenses 1,907.28
  • Service Charges 140.14
  • Total Expenses 3,481.71
  • Net Ordinary Income 9,068.10
  • Other Income/Expense

21
Making Kenora Home Charitable Services
Inc. Summary Balance Sheet As of October 31, 2008
  • ASSETS
  • Current Assets
  • Chequing/Savings 7,919.76
  • Total Current Assets 7,919.76
  • TOTAL ASSETS 7,919.76
  • LIABILITIES and EQUITIES
  • Equity 7,919.76
  • TOTAL LIABILITIES and EQUITIES 7,919.76

22
Articulating Our VISION We each need to develop
the capacity to respond with a cohesive
organizational message on who we are, what we do
and how we do it. Ian Hill 2007
  • We are a concerned group
  • working on homelessness
  • in our community

23
Speaking Up, Speaking Out
  • Four Directions
  • Aboriginal Toastmasters

24
Projects to be Supported 2009
  • Transitional Housing Needs of Women
  • Build A Meal
  • Build Project

25
ELECTION
26
Working Groups
  • COMMUNICATIONS
  • Increase community awareness and understanding of
    the issues associated with poverty, ensuring
    voice of the homeless is included in our work
  • IMPLEMENTATION
  • Promote the development of tangible structures
    needed to support the vision
  • BASE
  • Promote community caring projects including
    support of the community through partnership and
    volunteerism
  • OPTIONS
  • Research, cataloguing, articulation, planning and
    writing of proposals

27
PLEASE SIGN UP
  • The citizens of Kenora have demonstrated and
    voiced a will to work together.
  • We hope you will add your name to a working group
    or a project to support
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