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HAL YES! (Halton Youth for Equity and Student Voice) Showcase Event

HAL YES! (Halton Youth for Equity and Student Voice) Showcase Event

HAL YES! (Halton Youth for Equity and Student Voice) Showcase Event  Milton – On Thursday, May 24th high school students from three Halton District schools came together in Milton, to celebrate the end of the HAL YES! Program. “This event marks the culmination of a year-long pilot project – funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.(…)

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New Cultural Community Long-Term Care Home approved in Mississauga

New Cultural Community Long-Term Care Home approved in Mississauga

Today, the Honourable Charles Sousa, Minister of Finance and Member of Provincial Parliament for Mississauga South announced the Government of Ontario will award 320 new long-term care beds in Mississauga to a new partnership between Indus Community Services (Indus), Trillium Health Partners (THP), and Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care (Yee Hong)

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Indus Awarded Outstanding Agency Award by the United Way

Indus Awarded Outstanding Agency Award by the United Way

During the United Way Celebration Gala, Indus Community Services was honoured with the Outstanding Agency Award. The award was presented to Gurpreet S. Malhotra, Indus Community Services,CEO and Board Chair Mandeep Grewal. A special “Thank you” to our Board, Clients, Staff and Volunteers for making this award possible.

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#indUS For Justice: Stepping In & Stepping Up!

#indUS For Justice: Stepping In & Stepping Up!

On Tuesday, March 6th, Indus Community Services, Family Services hosted their Annual event celebrating women. This year’s theme was #indUS 4 Justice: Stepping In and Stepping Up!, which also featured our first awards ceremony recognizing exceptional women as survivors, caregivers, as volunteers and as champions for social justice. Sita Jayaraman, Director Community Services at Indus,(…)

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Announcing the launch of our *NEW* Program – BRICs

Announcing the launch of our *NEW* Program – BRICs

Indus Community Services is pleased to announce the launch of its new program – Building Resilient and Integrated Communities (BRICs) to help and mentor newcomer families in Mississauga, Brampton and Oakville. Newcomers often face the challenges of acclimatizing to their new way of life while at the same time, trying to integrate into their local(…)

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A Different type of Learning!

A Different type of Learning!

To inspire further learning and provide an opportunity for newcomer children to enrich their adaptation journey in Canada, on February 9th, the newcomer children from Indus Youth Learning Club (YLC) went on a field trip to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). With a lot of energy and excitement, the exploration journey started with the bus(…)

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Network yourself to Success!

Network yourself to Success!

A networking session for the accounting professionals was organized at 21 Regan Road location on January 25, 2018. Professionals from the sector attended the event and appreciated the opportunity to be able to connect with professionals from the same field who are already settled in Canada. They were able to make connections, share information and(…)

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Thank you Investors Group!

Thank you Investors Group!

A heartfelt “thank you” to Ashima Jain and Investors Group for their generous donation of $1,000 to Indus Community Services. The funds will be directed towards the Friendly Visiting Program which is designed to maintain social and emotional interaction for isolated seniors in the comfort of their homes, hospital, or in a long- term care facility. Screened(…)

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Thank You GOA Toronto!

Thank You GOA Toronto!

The Indus Family would like to say a huge `Thank you` to GOA Toronto for their generous donation of everyday items for families in need! Your kind gesture is very much appreciated! http://bit.ly/2kAzpdT  

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Spreading Holiday Warmth and Cheer in Brampton!

Spreading Holiday Warmth and Cheer in Brampton!

Our Sandalwood location, Brampton got into the Holiday Spirit by organizing two drives to bring Holiday warmth and cheer to the needy during this special season! LINC Teacher, Diana, arranged to collect donations of scarves, socks, toques and gloves for the Salvation Army Wilkinson Road Shelter for Men while another class led by LINC Teacher Anita, collected non-perishable food(…)

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