It has been a difficult week for the citizens of Thunder Bay with the announcement of layoff notices for 550 employees at the Bombardier plant due to a lack of future work contracts…read more
@ Shelter House
Wednesday May 22 | 5 – 9pm
Wednesday, May 22
5 – 9pm
5 – 7pm – Dinner prep, sandwich making
7 – 9pm – Dinner service, cleanup
Shelter House Thunder Bay
420 George St.
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5Y8
$10 donation towards the purchase of groceries.
Please pay cash when you arrive.
Get out your apron and roll up your sleeves, we’ve got 200 hungry people to feed!
Join us for an evening in the kitchen at Shelter House as we prepare and serve dinner for their clients. Don’t have a lot of kitchen skills? Not to worry, we’ll be working under the supervision of Chamber Member and Red Seal Chef Brigitte Tremblay from La Poutine. You’ll be given straightforward tasks and will work alongside other Chamber Members. Make new connections and get to know one of Thunder Bay’s hardest-working charities, literally hands-on!
Shelter House can accommodate a maximum of 20 participants. Don’t miss out – register now!
About Charity Connect Events
One of the best ways to build connections between supporters and the charities that make Thunder Bay stronger is old-fashioned, hands-on, personal experience. Charity Connect events provide opportunities for charities to host groups of Chamber Members on their premises for activities that support the charity and give attendees an insider view of how the organization works. Attendees can participate in a fun activity, get to know the charity, and network with like-minded Members. These events are promoted through the Chamber’s event calendar, our weekly eNews and our Facebook events.
Charity Connect events are an aspect of the Charity Connect program. Learn more here.
Latest News at the Chamber
Copperfin is Northwestern Ontario’s largest locally owned credit union…read more
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Our Members are amazing! This month, Good News featuring DST Consulting Engineers, Kozar Engineering, Lakehead Public Schools and more…read more
The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce announced last week that the Wake the Giant music festival will receive the maximum support available from the Chamber’s Economic Development Fund.read more
On Monday, June 17th, City Council discussed and voted to defeat the proposed Designated Truck Route By-Law.
At the meeting, your Chamber of Commerce raised significant concerns with the proposed by-law language and the impacts it will have on business through added fuel costs, staffing costs, carbon output, vehicle maintenance, increased complexity and red tape. The concerns expressed are summarized here…