Haven Too: A Program For Youth in Central Ottawa Haven Too Coordinator Brandon Rabideau recently gave members of the Centretown Churches Social
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Well-Deserved Honour for Rev. Fred Demaray CCSAC congratulates Rev. Fred Demaray, retired minister of First Baptist Church, on his recent receipt of
Diana Mahaffy speaks about CCSAC and the Centretown Emergency Food Centre Thank you to St John the Evangelist Anglican Church,
Kaite Burkholder Speaks to CCSAC on Homelessness At CCSAC’s December meeting, Kaite Burkholder, Executive Director of the Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa,
Support for Restoring Hope Youth Shelter Rather than decorate its sanctuary for Thanksgiving, members of the First Baptist Ottawa congregation this year
Soul Space – Supporting Health Care Workers Serving the Most Vulnerable Amongst Us Danielle Rolfe, a documentary filmmaker and community-based health and
Michael Hatfield spoke to the CCSAC Board in June 2021 about the Canadian poverty measurement he developed while working as an economist at Employment and Social Development Canada.
CCSAC Joins the Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa! Recognizing the impact that the lack of affordable housing has on the quality of life
Summer in Ottawa can be hot and sticky, particularly if you are homeless or living on a limited income.
CCSAC held its Annual General Meeting again via Zoom on April 21, 2021.