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School Supplies Needed!

Want to help local children and youth start the school year off right? You can help by donating school supplies!

You can donate NEW backpacks, school supplies (see list below), or make a cash donation that will be used to purchase additional supplies.

Donations can be dropped off at Wilmot Family Resource Centre at 1-175 Waterloo St., New Hamburg. Make sure you call us upon arrival at 519-662-2731!

If you know of anyone in Wilmot or Wellesley Townships who would benefit from this program, please ask them to call our office during office hours. Registration is required for this program.

Supplies Needed

If you have any questions or would like more information, call 519-662-2731 or email info@wilmotfamilyresourcecentre.ca.

*CLOSED* Want to join our team?

We are looking to hire an Administrative Resource Assistant at Wilmot Family Resource Centre Inc.

The Administrative Resource Assistant is the first point of contact for support and inquiries from individuals and families who are served by the agency as well as donors, sponsors, and other community partners. The position will perform administrative and clerical tasks in a busy office environment.

Click on the gold button below to download the job posting.

Qualified candidates may submit a resume and cover letter by 12 noon on Monday, May 10, 2021 to Trisha Robinson, Executive Director, Wilmot Family Resource Centre, 175 Waterloo Street, Unit 1, New Hamburg, ON  N3A 1S3 or by email to info@wilmotfamilyresourcecentre.ca

Wilmot Family Resource Centre is committed to employment equity and providing equal opportunity for people with disabilities. We encourage applications from people representing the diverse communities we serve, and if requested, we modify our recruitment and hiring processes to make accommodations that are responsive to applicants’ needs.

New Children’s Program Coming to WFRC!

Starting on March 2nd

We have some special guests who will be joining Sandra & Bonnie at WFRC soon! Puppet pals Billy & Sam will help us explore a wide variety of books, interactive stories, create our own stories and sing songs. Children ages birth-6 are welcome to attend with a caring adult Tuesday’s at 10:30am.

Register with Bonnie at bonnie@wilmotfamilyresourcecentre.ca by Monday noon to receive the Zoom link. Let her know the number and ages of children.

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Help us reach our goal for the Coldest Night of the Year event!

The Coldest Night of the Year is a covid-safe, family-friendly walk to raise money for charities serving people experiencing homelessness and hunger.

We walk in the cold and dark to support all those in our community who are being crushed by struggle, trauma, shame and loneliness. To them – and to the community that witnesses our trek in the dark – we declare together that “Everybody matters. Everybody belongs. And yes, we need each other.”

The Wilmot Family Resource Centre is proud to host Coldest Night of the Year 2021 in Wilmot area. Walk with us in support of our agency on February 20, 2021 to support individuals and families in our community who are walking through their own struggles.

For more information about how you can get involved as a walker, a sponsor, a volunteer or to make a donation visit this link.

Join us for the Family Day Virtual Event on February 15th!

We are super excited to participate in the rural Townships Virtual Family Day event! Subscribe to the Family Day YouTube Channel: RuralWR Townships-Family Day and tune in starting at 8am on Monday, February 15th for fun activities, entertainment, fitness and more! Look for our WFRC video on the YouTube channel where Cheryl & Bonnie will share some great activities for families including ‘Boredom Busters BINGO!’ Download the BINGO card by clicking HERE. #familyday #familyday2021

Coldest Night of the Year Coming Soon!

The coldest night of the year is a fun, family-friendly national walk that helps raise funds for charities that serve hungry, homeless and hurting people in your community.

We walk in the cold and dark to support all those in our community who are being crushed by struggle, trauma, shame and loneliness. To them – and to the community that witnesses our trek in the dark – we declare together that “Everybody matters. Everybody belongs. And yes, we need each other.”

The Wilmot Family Resource Centre is proud to host Coldest Night of the Year 2021 in Wilmot area. Raise funds and walk with us on February 20, 2021 to support individuals and families in our community who are walking through their own struggles.

COVID-related health risks won’t permit us to assemble in large groups this year, so instead we will gather together safely, self-organizing individually or in smaller, COVID-friendly teams as permitted. You can select your own safe walk route near home at a time convenient for you.

For more information about how you can get involved as a walker, a sponsor, or a volunteer email us: info@wilmotfamilyresourcecentre.ca or visit this link.

Everyone Matters. Everyone Belongs. Let’s make something better, Together.

#cnoy21 #cnoywfrc #WilmotAwesome

For general information about this national event: https://cnoy.org/about