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We invite you to join our ‘Finding Hope’ movement.
Hope is that feeling we experience when we see—in the mind’s eye—the possibility of a better future. Hope acknowledges the obstacles and pitfalls in front of us, but is unwavering in its resolve, unbreakable in its foundation, and stronger than we can comprehend. Finding Hope invites you to look around and find your reason to be optimistic. To be hopeful.
Finding hope invites you to look for and acknowledge where you find hope.
Take a picture. Write about it. Film a short video. Share the hope you found with others.
Visit Wellbeing Waterloo Region's website to find out more about Finding Hope and how to get involved.
WWR is hosting a series of information sessions on the Finding Hope movement. Visit this document to see dates and times for the information sessions.
Use the hashtags #FindingHopeWWR and #FindingHopeMovement across social media!