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NeighbourLink draws volunteers from a network of churches in Chatham-Kent. We partner together to provide practical help to those in need by connecting them with individuals who can help and relevant existing services in the community.

Chatham-Kent Christians have been working together through NeighbourLink since 2005.


Coldest Night of the Year
Annual Fundraiser

NeighbourLink's Coldest Night of the Year 2023 walk took place in February. We are thrilled to share we exceeded our fundraising goal! Next year's walk is scheduled for Saturday, February 24, 2024. The funds raised will support NeighbourLink's work among the hungry, homeless, and hurting here in Chatham-Kent. You can click here to watch a brief video on why we gather.

aWAY Opportunities

aWAY Opportunities is a seasonal program of NeighbourLink that enables local needy kids to attend summer camp at Kenesserie or Adullam at no charge. It is coordinated by Rose Scott who is an Education Assistant in Chatham. The young students get to do things like canoeing, hiking and other fun summer activities.

Street Frenz

Street Frenz is a local ministry that distributes sandwiches to Chatham's homeless community weekly.

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Financial Education
with CAP Money Course

NeighbourLink offers the Christians Against Poverty money management course a few times a year. This free family and personal budgeting course is designed to equip participants to manage their finances well. A friend of NeighbourLink also offers a free income tax service to individuals who make under $30,000 a year.


It used to be that when a problem arose in someone's life, the community would “wrap around” them and together they would overcome the challenge. WrapAround operates in the same way. Church, neighbourhood, and community volunteers come alongside families to make something good happen in the life of someone they care about. Pictured above are the WrapAround facilitators.


Facilitated by Andrew Hawkins and Andrea Shepherd, Recover Together is an opportunity for people who realize they have an addiction or unwanted habit to meet with others for support. Folks struggling with any attachment—drugs, alcohol, technology, shopping, control, overeating, pornography, etc.—are encouraged to attend. In other words, Recover Together is for everyone as we all have idols of some kind in our lives.

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Special thanks going out to the Chatham-Kent Community Foundation and the South Kent Wind Community Fund for each donating $5,000 to NeighbourLink Chatham-Kent's aWAY Opportunities program. aWAY Opportunities sends needy kids to Kenesserie and Adullam summer camps.


Pictured, l to r: Sue Adamson of SKW, Russ Weir, Director and Treasurer of the CKCF and Al Baker of NeighbourLink.

In the News

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