Overdose Awareness Day event

Overdose Awareness Day event

Orangeville, July 23, 2018 – A group of community stakeholders – representatives from several collaborating not-for-profit local agencies – installed a memorial plaque at Dods & McNair Funeral Home.  The plaque was installed in front of a tree located at Dods...
Thank you for your service!

Thank you for your service!

At FTP’s AGM last week, our new Board of Directors were elected. We say good bye to Board Members, Cynthia Rayburn and our outgoing President, Elaine Capes. Both women have served on the Board for 6 years, so it was time for them to step down. Elaine has served,...
FTP’s Rural Response Program

FTP’s Rural Response Program

In 2016, Family Transition Place (FTP) was very fortunate to receive a two year grant funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services Violence Against Women – Rural Realities Fund. With this money we developed a Rural Response Program which focused on breaking...
May is Sexual Assault Awareness/Prevention Month

May is Sexual Assault Awareness/Prevention Month

Sexual Assault Awareness/Prevention Month (SAAPM) is recognized annually in May in many provinces across Canada. It is a month dedicated to highlighting the need for support and services to those affected by sexual assault, and to raise awareness that sexual assault...
A day to celebrate wonderful people

A day to celebrate wonderful people

Last Friday, in recognition of National Volunteer Week (April 15th-21st), FTP staff celebrated the incredible efforts and support of our amazing volunteers, as well as the contributions made by our monthly and significant donors. Guests were invited to Lavender Blue...
We celebrated

We celebrated

Thank you to everyone that attended our International Women’s Day Celebration Luncheon fundraiser last week. Over 300 of us gathered to celebrate women’s achievements and to help raise $50,000 for Family Transition Place. The vendor marketplace was buzzing...
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