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Wahbung Abinoonjiiag Inc.-13th Annual General Meeting
Transcript of Wahbung Abinoonjiiag Inc.-13th Annual General Meeting
Founders of Wahbung
Native Women's Transition Centre
North End Women's Centre
"A Domestic Violence Prevention Centre for Children and their Families"
225 Dufferin Avenue
Tanyalee Viner, Executive Director
Building Leaders Coordinator & Executive Assistant
Women's Resource Worker
Girls Coordinator & Youth Counselor
Children's Program Facilitator & Counselor
Youth Program Facilitator
Receptionist & Activity Worker
Sadie Lavoie & Ariel Smith,
Wahbung's Board of Directors
Leading Wahbung Abinoonjiiag, with
incredible excellence for 5+ years.
Wahbung Abinoonjiiag Inc.
"Children of Tomorrow"
Wahbung Abinoonjiiag was established to empower children and their families to break the cycle of violence. We do this by providing opportunities for holistic healing through culturally- appropriate teachings and activities in a safe and nurturing environment.
Wahbung Abinoonjiaag was jointly established in 1994 by the Native Women’s Transition Centre, North End Women’s Centre and Ikwe Widjittiwin. The three organizations decided that by joining together they could offer better services to the people they serve. The program would be open to anyone who was involved in a family violence situation and were referred from one of the sister organizations. One of the crucial deciding factors was the lack of services for children who witnessed or experienced family violence. They also believed that the traditional Aboriginal teachings would help the families heal and learn to live healthy lifestyles without violence.
Let us present to you a video and song that I N S P I R E D
Wahbung's Staff & Participants!
Wahbung Abinoonjiiag "Children of Tomorrow" invites you to watch:
We shall remain
Strength | Resilience | Beauty
A glance at Wahbung's Team
What we offer
The video and song showcased the beauty of our rich Aboriginal Culture & Teachings!
We are all gifted people and have many inspiring leaders!
We can work together to build a healthy community for healthy families!
We provide a space where babies, children,
youth and adults can feel safe, important, valued and honored!
Special Messages from our Staff & Participants
Looking back ......
Showcasing images from earlier years
" Our Future, Our Tomorrow"
"Continuing to lead our families forward"
Recent Highlights & Moments to Share
Events, Programs, Outings, Staff Functions, Community Outreach
Thank you for attending our
13th Annual General Meeting
This is Jayda and SHE'S HAPPY!!!
Our children are our future!
Thank you for sharing your time with us!
Let's unite and work together to end violence!