FAPO receives gift of truck from O'Leary Buick GMC in Fredericton
|Dan Weston, FAPO Coordinator, receives the keys|
to the truck from the Manager of O'Leary Buick GMC
on Hanwell Road in Fredericton.
Dan Weston, FAPO Coordinator, says the non-profit organization will take ownership of the vehicle Wednesday, August 14 at 3:30 pm at the company's Hanwell Road dealership.
The donation from O'Leary Buick GMC in Fredericton comes nearly six weeks after FAPO lost its only vehicle in a traffic accident. No one was hurt in the July 3rd collision, but the organization's 1998 half ton was a complete "write off", said Weston, who co-founded the organization in 1983.
|O'Leary Buick GMC in Fredericton donated a used|
truck to FAPO after the organization lost its only vehicle
in a traffic accident in early July.
Weston says after 30 years working with the poor and needy in Fredericton it was one of the first times that FAPO had to ask the community for help. Click here to read more....
FAPO Asks for Help After Truck Totalled in Collision July 4, 2013Click here to read the full story
|FAPO's truck is a write off after the|
collision last week.
Dan Weston, FAPO Coordinator, said he and a volunteer were not injured when FAPO's 1998 Chevrolet half-ton truck was hit by an oncoming vehicle at the corner of Bishop Drive and Hanwell Road.
"We're very fortunate that there were no serious injuries," said Weston, adding that the other driver has taken full responsibility for the accident....click here to read the full story
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2012
Common Front Offers Alternative Budget Proposals for Alward Government
Information Session Wednesday Night
Click here to read article in Moncton Free Press
(Fredericton, NB - February 28, 2012) The Common Front For Social Justice will hold a free public information session Wednesday, February 29, as part of a province wide tour to raise awareness of the upcoming 2012-2013 provincial budget.
The event will be held at The Meeting Place Church, 487 Brunswick Street, Fredericton from 7-8 pm. All are welcome.
Sister Aurea Cormier of the Common Front in Moncton will give a presentation that includes proposals for a fairer tax system and suggestions for increased revenue to provide adequate services for New Brunswickers.
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For further information, please contact:
Common Front for Social Justice
Fredericton Anti Poverty Organization
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Over the last 12 months, have there been times when you and other household members didn’t have enough to eat?
If so, and you are a woman and have experienced weight challenges, we would like to invite you to share your experiences as part of our research project. We will be conducting group discussions with women, aged 18 and older, to learn about your experiences and understandings around times when you are worried about not having enough to eat or actually did not have enough to eat, and weight challenges you faced as well as issues with chronic diseases. Group discussions will be taking place in communities across Atlantic Canada.
You will receive an honorarium for your participation. In addition, you will be reimbursed up to a limited amount for child care, parking fees, and or travel costs if you are taking a bus or taxi.
Group discussions will be taking place in Moncton and Fredericton
Date: The week of January 29, 2012
Time: To Be Confirmed, group discussion will be approximately 2.5 hours
Location: To Be Confirmed
For more information and to find out if you are eligible to participate in this study, please contact the Project Coordinator Andrea Papan at:
Atlantic Center for Excellence in Women’s Health, Dalhousie University
Phone: (902) 494-7849 or email@example.com
Toll Free: 1-888-658-1112
On this website you will find information about the organization, its services, membership and constitution. We try to keep people up to date with what's happening by posting it on the website, so be patient if you notice we're falling behind. We're volunteers. If you have something you would like to tell us, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call in Fredericton at 506-458-9102.
The Yard Sale Store is a unique operation which combine "charity" with commerce as a means of supporting our programs and services. FAPO will pick up donations to the Yard Sale Store and accepts donations which are delivered to the building at 242 Gibson Street, between the hours of 9-5 Monday to Friday, 10-4 on Saturday and 12-4 on Sunday.
Through the funds raised at the Yard Sale Store, FAPO is able to pay for the many services it provides to low-income persons in the community such as free or low-cost clothing, furniture, appliances and bedding. FAPO regularly assists families in emergency situations and is a member of numerous local and provincial organizations which assist the poor, including the SUN (Supportive) Network, the Common Front for Social Justice, the Access to Justice Coalition and the Community Action Group on Homelessness to name a few.
NEWS PAGE for info about recent events and activities.
May 4, 2011
Impact of Budget on Poor Focus of Information Session
April 18, 2011
We are what we eat - poor
Daily Gleaner, Fredericton
April 13, 2011
Taking a bite out of income
Daily Gleaner, Fredericton, NB