The latest information on what the ProsperUs Partnership is doing to unlock youth potential – cradle to career, including community outreach efforts, media announcements, reports, and special events.
RELEASE: Libro Credit Union commits $250,000 to the Cradle to Career strategy
Windsor, ON – Libro Credit Union, a dedicated longtime local partner, has generously committed $250,000 to the ongoing effort to eliminate child poverty in the Windsor and Essex County region. The ProsperUs collective launched the Investors Table earlier this year,...
Virtual Information Session for Community Organizations
Community Engagement and Evaluation Course Now Available at UWindsor
Did you know that the University of Windsor offers a course that supports the work of ProsperUs? Community Engagement and Evaluation (GART/SOSC 2050) is an innovative community-based partnership between the University of Windsor and ProsperUs designed to teach...
ProsperUs Investors Table – Discussion on Philanthropy
The following roundtable discussion is a call to action to our community, to philanthropists who want to be on the cutting edge of collective community impact, to join us in the fight to ensure that children in our community have every opportunity to succeed in school and in life.
RELEASE: ProsperUs Collective launches first Cradle to Career solution
ProsperUs, a collective of Windsor-Essex community partners is launching Ignite Academy, a new out-of-school solution designed to improve math and literacy skills for children between Grades 2 and 7, while providing wrap-around support for families. A large gathering of community partners celebrated the long-awaited announcement at General Brock Public School on Tuesday.
The Community Action Network is expanding and recruiting youth
Are you between the ages of 19-29? Do you live in West Windsor, Downtown Windsor or Leamington? ProsperUs is looking for youth ages 19-29 to participate in a working group that will look at youth employment challenges for West Windsor, Downtown Windsor and Leamington....
Community Action Network – Advocacy Working Group
To influence policies to bring about systemic change, ProsperUs recognizes the need for advocacy. Do you have a passion for action, change, and ensuring public voice and participation? ProsperUs currently has two Advocacy Working Groups, one in Windsor for residents...
RELEASE: $7.8 million secured for Cradle to Career strategy in support of local children
Windsor, ON – ProsperUs community leaders have reached a $7.8-million fundraising milestone in the ongoing effort to eliminate child poverty in the Windsor and Essex County region.
ProsperUs releases Cradle to Career Winter Update Report
Media Release February 2, 2022 Windsor, ON – Community leaders in Windsor and Essex County are poised to launch their first round of solutions designed to end childhood poverty in the region, according to the ProsperUs Winter Update Report released Wednesday....
Community Action Network
Community Action Network Do you have a passion for action, change, and ensuring public voice and participation? Click here to start your application and join the Community Action Network (CAN)! ProsperUS Leadership Council is a collective of community leaders...
The ProsperUs Leadership Council, which is Co-Chaired by Shelley Fellows and Jessica Sartori, consists of leaders from multiple sectors who share accountability to improve the future for our youth. United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County broadly supports the collective work of ProsperUs as the backbone organization.
c/o United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County
300 Giles Boulevard East,
Windsor, ON N9A 4C4