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The Civic Hub physical location is open now with all the precaution against the ongoing COVID spread. We have been active virtually (see the Hub On Line page), and we are now taking bookings of space and joining new groups and oranizations. Please leave a message at +1‑519‑579‑3800 ext. 3 or send e-mail to info@civichubwr.org and we will be in touch shortly.
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Civic Hub is bringing together grassroots groups and small nonprofits active in a range of fields: environmental justice, democratic reform, arts and culture, anti-poverty, anti-racism, human rights, ethnocultural and newcomer support, technology, peace and nonviolence, spirituality and wellbeing. Fill in the Partnership Agreement online to join 30 groups already collaborating in this common space hosting their activities, events or initiatives.

Shared Platform  is another unique offer in the Civic Hub Programs. It is offered to the partner groups and includes donation management, budgeting support in grant writing, financial reporring, as well as fiscal sponsorship for grants we collaborate on!

You can see in the Calendar which times are available for you to book meetings, workshops, networking or events, that are non-profitable, non-partisan and inclusive of diverse people and ideas.

You do not have to be a Civic Hub partner to book the free space!
Be curious, come and meet us, explore what we can offer and make things happen.

Please know, Civic Hub space is free, and is aslo scent free and vegetarian environment when we all meet together. We do not require you to serve vegetarian meals for your own activities and events.

Map to 23 Water Street North

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We adhere to anti-opression, anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism, faith and cultural interconnections, anti-violence and peaceful conflict resolution. The space is wheelchair accessible, and we are committed to making trully accessible for different abilities. Also, as much as we have no tolerance for homophobia, transfphobia, and gender rigidity, we still need to improve full accesibility for LGBTQ2S+ communities (we do not have permanent gender neutral washrooms).

Telephone: +1‑519‑579‑3800 #3
E-mail: civichub@waterlooregion.org

We are located downtown Kitchener at:

St. John The Evangelist Anglican Church
23 Water Street North, Map
Kitchener, Ontario  N2H 5A4

Entrance and doorbell on Duke Street.

This central location is connected by bus and ION lines, and is wheelchair accessible by an elevator.

The seed funding for the Civic Hub Waterloo Region was provided by the Heritage Canada through the 2019 Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives Program. Currently the Civic Hub is run thanks to the partner grop contributions,  donations and generous cupport of the Social Development Centre Waterloo Region and St John the Evangelist Anglican Church.
Funded by the Government of Canada