One Resource programs are focused on providing various forms of assistance (training, coaching, mentoring, funding) that address the distinctive needs of black people inOttawa, Canada's Capital City.
One Resource is constantly updating, revising and aligning our programs and services to ensure that we remain current in the social areas of health, physical mobility and activity, sports, education and work/employment to meet the needs of the community and our clients.
One Resource offers a monthly Seniors Learning & Information Series for the black senior population in Ottawa, Canada's Capital City. The monthly seminar topics and instructors are always changed so that interests, challenges, concerns and solutions particular to black seniors can be deliberated within a timely manner, in an open and collaborative forum.
One Resource offers customized youth services and programs that create positive social change and continuous quality improvement for black youth in Ottawa, Canada’s Capital City.
4 Years Old to 18 Years Old
The One Resource Back-to-School Knapsack Drive aim is to ensure that our students (predominantly elementary and middle school attendees) will begin the school year with some of the same tools and supplies as their more fortunate peers.
12 Years and Younger
The One Resource Christmas Giving Program is a celebratory affair aimed at Newcomers to Canada (Kenya, Congo, Sudan, Uganda, Haiti, Rawanda). This activity is set in a party-style atmosphere where children are able to meet other children (who deal with similar situations), meet Santa and local representatives from supporting organizations (Ottawa Police), receive gifts and toys, eat party foods and play games.
16 Years Old to Young Adult
One Resource mentors, coaches and promotes evidence-informed service planning, delivery and support to our more adolescent youth. We partner with the young person in the creation and delivery of our youth-engagement toolkits to ensure that the setting of goals, identification of positive social norms, and enhancement of their skillsets (social, employment and life-skills) will develop and transpire their individual temperaments into custom-made dynamic and meaningful opportunities.
Activism in Ottawa
One Resource gives back to our community, we promote, direct, intervene in social, political, economic, and environmental reform with the desire to make improvements for black people in Ottawa, Canada's Capital City.
One Resource hosts conferences and discussion groups that encourage black people to become more strategic with their involvement in Ottawa's social, political, economic and environmental undertakings.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.