PV Women’s Network

2019 Events:

PV Women’s Network Speaker Series – Part Two 

Speaker: Sherry Strong

Topic: The Malnourished Brain

Topic Overview:
Discover everyday foods and habits that can actually be causing damage to your most powerful business tool: your brain.
In this session, you will learn how everything you ingest can impact your brain and how you nourish your brain with food and habits that can make a massive difference to how you perform and enjoy life.

Charity Supported: Habitat for Humanity

Date: January 2019

PV Women’s Network Speaker Series – Part Three 

Speaker:  Louise Blais

Topic: Change the “why” to change the “x”… where “x” = greater stress resilience and health.

Topic Overview:
Exercise has been shown to be the single most important thing you can do each day to improve your health and reduce your stress, and still…we don’t do it…either at all, or enough. Join Louise Blais, a Human Kinetics professor and behaviour change researcher to learn how to make behaviour change stick; especially around physical activity. In this workshop you will learn simple and practical ways to make change an easier process around multiple behaviours; with a strong focus on changing the one behaviour, that can change your life the most.

Charity Supported: Sistering

Date: May 2019

PV Women’s Network Habitat for Humanity Build

The PV Women’s Network participated in the Bristow-Law Build Project, a Habitat for Humanity build in the Peel region. The project will result in two semi-attached houses that will be able to serve up to eight families with additional basement units later on.  Plenty of hammering and good times were had by all, and we managed to surpass our donation goal by $1,000!  Way to go PV Women’s Network!

Charity Supported: Habitat for Humanity

Date: September 2019

Shoebox Project Holiday Drive

PV Women’s Network was excited about yet again collecting shoeboxes for the Shoebox Project Mississauga.  The Shoebox Project collects and distributes gifts in the form of shoeboxes to women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in communities across Canada and the United States.  Each shoebox is filled with items valued at $50 that any woman is likely to enjoy, but may not splurge on for herself in difficult times.

Charity Supported: Shoebox Project

Date: December 2019


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