Imagine if all youth were viewed as community leaders...
and all youth knew of this to be true.

Blog Entry'S ARCHIVE

  • We are so proud of the reputation we have for phenomenal people on the HeartWood team. Over the last year, we have welcomed and said goodbye to more of the same… Love to have you here…  our team has grown in might over the last year with the addition of Lorena Bishop (Director of Operations), Raven Davis […]

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  • Jessica R. Durling braved the rain to visit our office for a conversation on seemingly common-sense ways to respect human rights, resilience and self-care for activists, and tips for aspiring allies. This is part two of HeartWood’s #PassionProject, an interview series which aims to highlight youth voices and youth-serving organizations while providing exposure to opportunities […]

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  • Last Tuesday I sat down with Joe Gnemmi in HeartWood’s office to chat about urban planning, what millennials want, learning to re-imagine failure, how Heartwood’s Framework for Community Youth Development supports positive change, and why you should become a Dungeon Master. This is part one of HeartWood’s #PassionProject, an interview series which aims to highlight […]

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  • Wonder’neath Open Studio Drop-In Program // Every Friday & Saturday from 2 PM to 7 PM @ 2891 Isleville Street Wonder’neath is a shared independent art studio in the North End that promotes a collaborative environment with an emphasis on building community relationships. Its Open Studio program welcomes everyone of all ages to create, regardless of skill […]

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  • We’ve recently acquired some new neighbours here at HeartWood, in the form of the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia, and we are happy to be supporting them in their upcoming fundraiser for those in our communities living with and who are affected by HIV /AIDS. On September 27th, 2015, at the Halifax Central Commons, members […]

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