Coalition wants to hear about ‘needs’
What do you need in your community? Safe places to walk and bike? A community garden? Whatever it may be, Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury wants to hear from you.
You are invited to a community drop-in on Saturday from 2-4 p.m. at Myths and Mirrors Victory Park Studio, 496 Frood Rd. in the Donovan. Share your thoughts with words and drawings on colourful felt leaves. This is a family friendly activity and snacks will be available.
A second community drop-in will take place on Thursday, Nov. 23, at 6:30 p.m. at the South End library, 1991 Regent St. If you are unable to attend, you can still share what’s important to you on a short online survey at liveablesudbury.org.
Your priorities will help guide the work of the Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury as they undertake projects in the community and advocate for positive change.
As you are thinking about what you need in your community, you might get inspired with a great idea for a small, but awesome community project. Project Impact can support you in making it happen. Come talk about your project ideas or get help with your Project Impact application at the drop-in.
“We’re excited to see the first applications coming in, and are eager to see more and support people in making good things happen in their neighbourhoods,” Sarah Allen, who is co-ordinating this round of Project Impact, said in a release.
Project Impact is accepting applications for small community projects that can make a big difference in your neighbourhood. Find out more and download the application at projectimpact.ca.
More than 100 people of all ages have already shared their thoughts on what they need in their community.