Nelson Committee on Homelessness (NCOH) NCOH is providing ongoing information regarding Services in Nelson for those in need. Please click on the PDF icon for the current State of Services in Nelson To be added to the email list for weekly State of Services updates, please contact Jayne
Congratulations Mavis on your win of this shiny new e bike! Enjoy the adventure! Please have a listen regarding this successful raffle that will benefit Senior's in our community!
Please join us for our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, September 22th at 4:30 PM via Zoom. Please RSVP here for the AGM. Hope to see you!
In the next two installments of ‘How we CARE,’ we will shine a light on the vital work of The Advocacy Centre and its staff. The services mentioned in this article are free of charge and barrier-free. Having someone in your corner is priceless, whether a parent, coworker, partner or friend. The Advocacy Centre has [...]
Contribution by Nelson Star article #1 Most Nelsonites will know Nick Toner as “the guy with the million-dollar smile.” He’s familiar and unforgettable to friends and strangers alike. And for a lot of very good reasons. For years, Nick has been an active part of the community as a volunteer for numerous organizations. I recently [...]
To, all the ancestors and keepers of the land on whose traditional territories we are honoured to live and work. It is with heavy hearts that we, Board and Staff at Nelson CARES add our condolences and our commitment to reconciliation to all of those with Indigenous ancestry. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of [...]
Please join together to honour and celebrate the life of Nicole (Megan) Wilson Nicole was taken from our community too soon. We hop you join us to hold space for this loss, celebrate Nicole's like and honour her spirit. Monday June 21st, 2021 12:30pm-1:30p, at Cotton Wood Falls There will be an alter space and [...]
It’s Nelson’s first new affordable housing complex in seven years. Nelson Cares opened the doors to Hall St. Place on Tuesday of this week. Jenny Robinson stopped by Kootenay Morning on June 2nd to fill KCR’s listeners on what the new building—more than two years in the making—means for the community. Affordable housing has long [...]
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