This 7-part virtual wellness series will engage participants in making changes in thinking and habits to build resilience, cope with the ever-changing landscape of life, manage stressors and build healthier relationships. Drawn from decades of lived experience, the science of wellbeing and principles of positive psychology, this series will inspire and transform.
TBay 100 People Who Care -December (4th Quarter) EventWednesday, December 18 | 3:00 - 5:00pm
Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce
New Office Space
34 Cumberland St. North Suite 702
Wed, Dec 18, 2019
Drop in for refreshments 3:00 – 5:00pm
Funding Announcement 5:00pm
Our fourth-quarter TBay 100 People Who Care event will wrap up on Wednesday December 18 during the Chamber’s holiday Open House in our new office space. Everyone is welcome to participate whether you’ve donated before or not. If you haven’t yet registered, please visit the form on the program page here to submit your contact information and make your first contribution.
- Nominations open Wednesday December 11. Our registered donors will receive an email notification to send in their quarterly donations and join us in the Facebook Group for the nomination discussion. You must have made your quarterly contribution to be eligible to nominate.
- Nominations close Monday December 16.
- Voting opens Tuesday December 17. You’ll receive a voting link by email to submit your vote. You must have made your quarterly contribution to be eligible to vote.
- Voting closes Wednesday, December 18. Join us on Facebook for Live coverage or at the Chamber office during our Open House as we wrap up our final funding round of 2019!
TBay 100 People Who Care is part of the Chamber’s Charity Connect program.
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