CNH BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2020-2021
The Board of Directors provides CNH with direction by establishing policies, priorities, long-term plans and renewal for the CNH Society. It approves the annual budget and provides accountability to the members and funders through an annual external audit. Board members approve programs and services, goals and objectives, and ensure that these are implemented, monitored and evaluated. The Board develops external relations, receives input from members and the community and works on the development of community resources. Directors, who all live and/or work in Renfrew-Collingwood, sometimes represent CNH at community meetings. The estimated time commitment is eight-10 hours a month.
|Greg Allen (President)||Alexandra Gunn|
|Jenny Peng (1st Vice-President)||Jasbir K. Parmar|
|Daniel Louie (2nd Vice-President)||Leila Alyssa Trickey|
|Rafael (RJ) Aquino (Treasurer)||Manoranjan Rasiah|
|Davy Chiu (Secretary)||Michelle Buchholz|
|Paula Lindner (Past President)||Stephanie Baufeld|
For descriptions on select committees, click on the ∨ symbol.Collingwood Days Steering Committee
Collingwood Days is a celebration of the community’s culture, history and roots in transportation. It provides an opportunity for the community and local artists to share their talents and highlight the neighbourhood’s vibrant cultural diversity. Collingwood Days activities culminate in a talent show, outreach performances, main site celebrations and post-event community tours. This annual event organized by the Collingwood Business Improvement Association, the Collingwood Community Policing Centre and CNH. It usually takes place in early June.
• Collingwood Neighbourhood House Seniors Advisory Group
• Reconciliation Committee
• Renfrew-Collingwood Intercultural Neighbourhood Development Steering CommitteeRenfrew-Collingwood Area Services Network
Service providers in Renfrew-Collingwood meet several times a year to discuss issues of mutual interest and/or concern. They let others know about current projects, challenges or news related to their work. They also invite guest speakers, to address topics of mutual interest. The service providers are also working on creating a shared community calendar so that everybody can keep up to date on the many events taking place in Renfrew-Collingwood.[/expand title]
• Renfrew-Collingwood Artists Network
• Renfrew-Collingwood Better at Home AdvisoryRenfrew-Collingwood Community News
The Renfrew Collingwood Community News is a monthly newspaper serving Renfrew-Collingwood. It is distributed free of charge. Articles and photos on local issues, people and events are submitted by local residents. This committee oversees the vision for the newspaper. Residents with a background in business, journalism, community development and/or communications, an interest in writing and/or photography are welcome to join the committee.
• Renfrew-Collingwood Food Security Institute Committee
• Renfrew-Collingwood Heritage CommitteeRenfrew-Collingwood Home and SAFE Committee
This committee brings residents and organizations in Renfrew-Collingwood together to support a healthy community for everyone by working on issues of homelessness, poverty, isolation and sex trade awareness. RC-HAS strengthens the community by building awareness, sharing resources and recognizing and respecting the value and rights of each person and their potential to contribute. We reach out to people who do not have: adequate housing, access to health services, a livable income and social supports. Anyone interested in working on these goals in our community is welcome to participate on the RC-HAS Committee. Our committee supports:
- Homeless Outreach and Advocacy
- Morning Star Breakfast and Shower Program
- Special Projects for Homeless Action Week
- SAFE Outreach
- SAFE Telephone Support Program
- Workshops and Presentations
For further information please contact CNH Community Services Director Michael McLenaghen firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 604-435-0323.
Understanding How Homelessness Affects Us All – A Kitchen Table Discussion Guide
Widening the Circle of Community: How Renfrew-Collingwood Responded Collaboratively to Homelessness to Create Inclusivity in an Evolving Neighbourhood
You Count in Renfrew-Collingwood: A Neighbourhood Response to Homelessness
Renfrew-Collingwood INTERactive, You Count and Circles of EngagementRenfrew-Collingwood Literacy Committee
In 2008, with funding from 2010 Legacies Now administered through the Vancouver School board, the Renfrew-Collingwood neighbourhood worked together to create a local literacy plan. Then, it started working to implement the plan, work that continues to this day. Members of the committee represent CNH, the local libraries, the Windermere Family of Schools, and local residents.
• Renfrew-Collingwood Neighbourhood Small Grants Selection Committees
• Renfrew-Collingwood Social and Cultural Amenity Planning Committee