PosAbilities thickens community connections

Proposes Shared Living support networks, partners with Quest Food Exchange, co-hosts community-building event By Michelle Strutzenberger Building community capacity is an interest of posAbilities, and in 2012 the organization took several significant steps in that direction. [click the title to read the full story ...]

PosAbilities uses innovative tools to create meaningful change in 2012

Launches digital storytelling, expands community gardens, participates in inaugural film festival By Michelle Strutzenberger Whether it was through the launch of digital storytelling or ongoing expansion of its community gardens, posAbilities made great strides in 2012 towards changing perceptions and creating community through the use of some innovative tools. [click the title to read the full story ...]

Camaraderie grows as Alternatives team gives back

Team’s contributions another way posAbilities is contributing to B.C.’s largest food redistribution agency By Michelle Strutzenberger Whether it’s sorting pennies or packaging food, a team from a posAbilities arts program has found an activity that heightens their camaraderie as they focus on an important social cause. [click the title to read the full story ...]

posAbilities seeks to sustain new community-building conversation

Activity underway to bring asset-based community development fellow Joe Erpenback for long-term work in Vancouver By Michelle Strutzenberger The challenge with a paradigm-shifting dialogue like the one in Vancouver last week on community building is sustaining the energy, posAbilities program director Gord Tulloch notes. [click the title to read the full story ...]

Vancouver rediscovering the power of the neighbourhood

85 join event on building inclusive communities By Michelle Strutzenberger Creating a healthy and caring society will require everyone’s involvement, not just government or professional supports. This was the premise of a two-day event that took place this week in Vancouver convening about 85 people. [click the title to read the full story ...]