Civic Hub Waterloo Region

Civic Hub Waterloo Region

Trudy Beaulne had many bold ideas, and her vision to build a more caring and just world was grounded in connections among grassroots and resident-led organizations who share resources, knowledge and grow together. Civic Hub is a collaborative and inclusive space, where grassroots is anchored, where faces go with names, and where energy and ideas are activated. 

You can book free space to do your essential work, for meetings, activities and events.

You can access office and Internet technology.

You can print, copy and scan promotional material. 

You can access donations or funding through the Shared Platform and Grant Sponsorship program.

You can also become a partner of the Civic Hub to plan and shape our collective future. 

Seed Funding for the Civic Exchange Hub was provided by the Heritage Canada through the Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives Program.  



You plan the ways to bring neighbours together! We plan the ways to support you!

Knowing the people who live in your neighbourhood improves everyone’s quality of life with a greater sense of belonging, more safety, more sharing, mutual supports and understanding, and of course more fun and joyful everyday life!

Since 1994, at Festival of Neighbourhoods, we have supported and encouraged citizens and grassroots who host gatherings open to everyone in their neighbourhood in many practical ways.

During the pandemic, we continued to walk the streets, parks and alleys to engage wiht neighbours in safe and respectful ways, acknowledging that inclusion was hard to achieve and that Black, Indigenous and racialized communities were being disproportionally impacted.

Read more abotu the COVID Safe Public Spaces - Living Rooms

Living Rooms 2021