Our staff is the backbone of this organization, and we have such an inspiring and caring group. They provide compassionate service while keeping the environment safe for everyone staying here. Together, we are trying to make a positive difference in our community and in the lives of those entrusted to our care.
Moe’s love of food started at an early age, with the inspiration of his mother’s simple rustic food and throughout his career it has bred a strong respect for hand crafted food as well as its origins. A lover of the outdoors and an avid gardener, he is passionate about sustainability and preserving the integrity of nature through his craft.
With the help of the Community Food Assistance Network of Waterloo Region, his committed team and dedicated volunteers, he is able to accomplish his principles of food. The best thing you can do for yourself, or another person is making them something good to eat. It doesn’t have to be extravagant, as the joy of cooking is witnessing, celebrating and sharing at the table.
Wayne has been a Mental Health nurse for 16 years and has worked in both hospital and community settings. His last 9 years, including the last 15 months with the CSC, have been spent in Cambridge working with and advocating for those who find themselves homeless or precariously housed.
Wayne’s role as Manager played an important role in housing over 100 individuals during the first year of the pandemic by combining his skills in mental health with his passion to help this vulnerable population.
Melissa is Manager of the Blair Voluntary Trust Program, which serves to assist our residents in paying their bills, budgeting, and teaches financial literacy. Melissa provides financial services to over 150 individuals.