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These stories about the people making positive impacts in our community are made possible through the continued support of Hy-Grade Steel Roofing System as part of our Community Leaders Program.


Guelph mother and daughter keeping babies warm at GGH

Guelph mother and daughter keeping babies warm at GGH

Janet and Alison Dunkley have made over 500 hats for newborns since moving to Guelph in 2010
Guelph students give back to raise awareness of the vulnerable

Guelph students give back to raise awareness of the vulnerable

Grade 3/2 class at Guelph Community Christian School, and has written a book about vulnerable people, which will be used to raise funds for Hope House, and are also packaging soap to donate to the organization
TransArtivistProject helping others find beauty in themselves

TransArtivistProject helping others find beauty in themselves

Non-profit group provides arts-based programs for two-spirit individuals and those on the transgender spectrum
Guelph Lions Club throws support behind blind golf tournament

Guelph Lions Club throws support behind blind golf tournament

Thirty two golfers compete in event organized by local lions club
Local Indigenous entrepreneur makes their Pow Wow Pitch

Local Indigenous entrepreneur makes their Pow Wow Pitch

'As much as they are cute and functional as a diffuser, it isĀ about getting the educational component out to folks'
Community straps in for Guelph Community Backpack Project

Community straps in for Guelph Community Backpack Project

'It gives us as a community a chance to celebrate together,' said Jaya James, executive director of Hope House
New event offers free haircuts to LGTBQ2S+ community

New event offers free haircuts to LGTBQ2S+ community

It is part of the Gender Free Haircut Club, an event organized by a global alliance of hair salons and shops called The Dresscode Project
New video highlights root causes of homelessness

New video highlights root causes of homelessness

'I just want more people to participate in the conversation,' said Oak Tree Project co-founder, Will Mactaggart
Local ukulele ensemble spreads the musical love with donation to area school

Local ukulele ensemble spreads the musical love with donation to area school

The Royal City Ukulele Ensemble raised funds to donate 30 ukuleles to a rural school
New program aims to provide haircuts for those seeking jobs through 2nd Chance

New program aims to provide haircuts for those seeking jobs through 2nd Chance

Guelph woman behind the initiative is looking for local hairdressers willing to help out