• Smiling woman wearing a winter hat and hoodie is standing beside a white horse in a stable.
  • Senior man holds up a sign that says: I am part of a volunteer team raising funds
  • Senior man paying for items at an event
  • Young man holds up a sign that says: I have paid employment at TimberMart
  • A young man stands with a senior male, the owner of TimberMart, they are smiling with their arm around each other's shoulder
  • A young man hold up a sign inside a pet store that says: I work at PetValu and I feel valued
  • A young man who works at PetValu stands beside his manager, a woman. They are both smiling.
  • Three men are sitting together and holding signs that say:I am a valued member of the Intercede International Team
  • A woman stands in her kitchen with a sign that reads: I have become independent in my own home
  • A woman makes herself some tea in her kitchen.
  • A senior woman holds a sign outside her home that reads: I reached my goal of living independently


March4Immediately following the flag raising people walked down Garrison Road to heighten awareness of the importance of including people with intellectual challenges in all aspects of community life.
This is known as the “March for Inclusion”.
This annual event is organized by the Advocates in Motion. The group was formed by representatives and people who receive support from Community Living~Fort Erie in 2010.

Terry Sampson, President of the Advocates In Motion (AIM), helps to organize the event with other AIM Committee Members. “This March is to make the Community aware that people with intellectual challenges have the same rights as everyone else and have a voice they’d like to have heard”, stated Sampson.  The fifth annual March for Inclusion took place Friday May 1st, 2015

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