To provide immigrant women and their families with opportunities to improve the quality of their lives through self-development and community action.
About WORKING WOMEN COMMUNITY CENTRE
Founded in 1976, Working Women Community Centre is a non-profit and charitable organization that provides immigrant women and their families with opportunities to improve the quality of their lives through self-development and community action. We provide a range of services that include:
- language and training
- health and wellness
- public education and community development
- violence against women
What People Are Saying
"The HIPPY program "not only allowed us to learn, explore, and enjoy, but also to have access to valuable information about events in the community and special celebrations in Canada" "
— 2015 Graduating Mom/daughter 4.5 years old
"I admire the HIPPY so much because me as a parent I confused how I teach my son with an easy way. But exercises are not boring to him...Even the parents get education especially we are most from different country...and learn Canadian food. At the last, I wish a very long success for HIPPY Canada. "
— 2015 Graduating Mom/son 4 years old
"My mother has been in Canada 4 years. This year, I have seen a big change in her. She smiles a lot. She talks more often to my children. She is more confident. She speaks English very well, and now she is learning computers and even using Skype. She wants to learn even more and teach me too""
— Family Member of Program Participant