Position: Project Evaluator – Gender-Based violence Awareness & Prevention Project Job Type: Short term Consultancy -February 14 to March 31, 2022 (Flexible hours) Consultancy fee: $1300 plus reimbursement of administrative expenses on an actual basis Reports to: The Manager, Crisis & Counselling Services Application deadline: February 02, 2022
CAPG Directs $3600 to IWSO in general support of IWSO Programming ...
Ottawa, ON – December 10, 2021… Immigrant Women Services Ottawa (IWSO) an-nounces the receipt of a donation of $20,000 from the Telus Friendly Future Founda-tion™ to support the IWSO Children Who Witness Violence Program.
The Ottawa Community Foundation Grants $25,000 to IWSO in support of The Children Who Witness Violence Program
The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company shows it’s support with a donation of $10,000 to assist IWSO with capital costs
On December 7th in Colombia, friends get together to celebrate “el dia e las velitas”, a Christmas tradition in honor of the Virgin Mary. They light candles in front of their houses or on their balconies, cook traditional Christmas treats, like Natilla and Buñuelos and of course, they party
My name is Aida and I came across an IWSO poster at my adult high school in 2020. Determined to pass my Canadian Citizenship Test after a previous unsuccessful attempt, I was immediately intrigued and began attending the online weekly citizenship lectures and discussion groups offered by IWSO.
Elizabeth Doyle, an active supporter of IWSO shares why she wanted to give back to helping immigrant women and especially IWSO.
For many Canadians, their citizenship is obtained by birth, either because they were born in Canada, or they have a Canadian parent. However, Canadian citizenship can also be granted to Permanent Residents through what is called the “naturalization” process.
IWSO Annual General Meeting will be held virtually this year on October 26th, 2021 at 6pm.