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Community Workshops

The GenWell Project proudly shares its message with community organizations who themselves are trying to make the world a happier and healthier place. Are you interested in sharing the message about the importance of human connection and social health with your community? Whether part of a conference or a one off session to get your community the latest information, we would be happy to connect and see how our message can fit into your needs:

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Here’s what people are saying about our workshops:

“Thank you for connecting with our team at Markham North Welcome Centre this morning. Your message left us inspired at a time when so much in the world is out of our control and the health and well-being of global citizens is being threatened. The GenWell Project strengthens communities with one action each of us can control, which is reaching out to connect with “just one more” person at home or across the miles! A friendly hello, a helping hand or an unexpected handwritten note can“begin and end someone’s day” with a smile and bring hope for brighter days ahead. “Ubuntu”

– Belita Lowers – Resource Information Specialist – Welcome Centre Immigrant Services-Markham North

“It was an excellent presentation.  His solution to problems was thoughtful and practical.”

” That presentation, hit a nerve in me”

“It was very enlightening”

” I will use these ideas, to get out of this pandemic bubble”

-Members of the The Taibu Community Health Center

“Thank you to The GenWell Project for sharing your mission and message with the St. Thomas Elgin Local Immigration Partnership. Your message is more important in our community than ever before and the feedback from those in attendance was all positive and in support of your work.”

– Petrusia Hontar – Project Manager – St. Thomas-Elgin Local Immigration Partnership

 “Pete’s presentation moved me personally and has driven me to share the message about the importance of human connection with my family, my friends and my team at the library. I would encourage any leader to hear Pete’s story and then take action and get connected.”

– Lester Webb – Interim, Chief Librarian/CEO – Kingston Frontenac Public Library