Accession GA218 - Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation fonds : accruals.

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Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation fonds : accruals.

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  • Source of title proper: Titled based on content of the fonds.

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SCA186-GA218

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  • [19--]-2010 (Creation)
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    Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

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2.45 m of textual records and other materials.

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The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation was established in 1984 by a group of citizens in Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario, led by Walter Bean. It had originally been established as a trust by The Waterloo Trust (now Canada Trust) in August, 1930. "On May 1, 1984 the Ontario Legislature passed an act incorporating the K-W Community Foundation to take over the assets and assume the responsibilities of the original foundation bearing the same name."(KWCF document, May 1, 1985). The Foundation is administered by a board of directors who are responsible for overseeing its policies and practices. Donations to the Foundation are invested, with the income from the funds distributed in the form of grants to community organizations serving a wide range of needs, including cultural, educational, health and community services.

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Accrual consists of textual, graphic, and other materials relating to the operations, activities, personnel and events of the Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation. Includes financial records, committee information, executive director files, board of directors' files and information, clippings, promotional material, publications, videocassette and sound records, electronic files and other ephemera. Most textual materials were loose when donated.

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Also includes 122 photographs, 3 negatives, 1 slide, 23 videocassettes, 1 DVD, 1 computer disk, 2 CD-ROM, 1 CD.

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Accruals were donated in 2008-2011 by KWCF.

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The series structure follows that of the original Finding Aid, so not all series numbers appear.

Arranged in series as follows:

2. Board of Directors ;
3. Board of Directors : Minute Books ;
5. Committees : Minutes ;
6. Financial Files ;
7. Financial Statements ;
10. Executive Director's Files ;
11. Executive Director's Conferences, Workshops, Seminars ;
12. Presentations and Speeches ;
13. Annual Reports ;
14. Newsletters ;
15. Promotion, Ephemera ;
16. Clippings ;
17. Historical and Topical ;
18. Electronic Files ;
19. Photographs ;
21. Sound Recordings ;
22. Video Recordings ;
24. Vital Signs.

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Description by Jessica Blackwell, Fall 2012.

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