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These stories about the people making positive impacts in our community are made possible through the continued support of Dietrich Law as part of our Community Leaders Program.


Fresh start: Cambridge woman cutting hair for the homeless

Fresh start: Cambridge woman cutting hair for the homeless

Local stylist Tasha Malandruccolo went to the encampment off Samuelson Street
St. Augustine students step up in support of the Cambridge Food Bank

St. Augustine students step up in support of the Cambridge Food Bank

The local Catholic school raised over 2,500 items for those in need
Langs senior dental program is saving residents thousands on dental bills

Langs senior dental program is saving residents thousands on dental bills

Langs Community Health Centre offers free dental care to seniors, saving their wallets a painful trip to the dentist
Cambridge social worker wins provincial award for decades of work in the community

Cambridge social worker wins provincial award for decades of work in the community

Sharon Livingston recognized by the province for her work making the city an age friendly place by keeping senior residents top of mind
Major donation will allow Cambridge Symphony Orchestra to reach 'new artistic heights'

Major donation will allow Cambridge Symphony Orchestra to reach 'new artistic heights'

$20K donation comes as the orchestra celebrates its 20th anniversary
Cambridge woman collects empties for animals in need

Cambridge woman collects empties for animals in need

Maddie Gardiner is donating the money she's raised from the collection of bottles and cans to Tyson N Friends pet rescue and the Cambridge District Humane Society
Cambridge Lions Club's $30K donation will help build new playground

Cambridge Lions Club's $30K donation will help build new playground

Surge in sales from TV bingo cards helps Cambridge Highland Lions Club raise $30,000 to help build a new playground in Hespeler
Cambridge Church group brings comfort with Teddy Bears

Cambridge Church group brings comfort with Teddy Bears

Each week, a dedicated group of women come together at Westside Presbyterian Church in Cambridge to knit and stuff cuddly ‘Teddies of Comfort’
Cambridge needs 'way more supportive housing,' says long-time advocate

Cambridge needs 'way more supportive housing,' says long-time advocate

Sharon Livingstone, who retired as co-chair of the Cambridge Shelter Corporation’s Board of Directors in June, continues to serve the community after almost two decades of helping house the homeless in the city
Shelter Movers offers a helping hand for those fleeing abuse

Shelter Movers offers a helping hand for those fleeing abuse

Shelter Movers Southwestern Ontario provides moving and storage services at no cost to individuals and families fleeing abuse