1. Helping with Income Tax for Low Income and persons with Disabilities, Need to registered with CRA
2. Thank You for helping a person with Low Vision setting up her IPad, :)
3.Need a Volunteer to teach a person using word to set up a memory album.
We will be adding event pictures to site soon.
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Handy Circle Resource Society provides and promotes public awareness of the needs of persons with disabilities and special need, Peer counselling, Information and referral services for special needs.
Workshops / seminars / conferences on topics such as financial security, housing, transportation and self-help skills etc. Handy Circle promotes social and recreational interaction as a drop in service
We are an Information and referral services for Persons with Disabilities and Special Needs.
Beside being an Information and Resource Centre we also help with filling out medical forms, and provide you with your next steps to succeed.
We help persons needing a ramp. We facilitate a project called StopGap Canada Partners with Home Depo in providing the ramps to the buildings that some businesses residents in and and now,
Thanks Tetra, for networking with us to help make your home more accessible.,omes with a single stepped entrance and other solutions to fulfill your needs regarding basic personal accessibility issues. Please click here for to apply"
We help persons with disabilities with their income tax, we will also train to do self taxes
Help you gather the documents necessary to file your taxes
Meet with you one-on-one to help you file your basic income tax return
Provide information and advice (in-person, or by phone and/or email) about filing income tax returns
We provide Basic Computer and Office Skills Training.
We provide Workshops / Seminars / Conferences on topics such as Financial Security,Housing,Transportation,Entertainment and Self-Help Skills etc. We also help Persons with Disabilities how to do their own tax return.
Cancelled in 2020
We are still taking donations for this awesome fundraiser
DABOUT THE LOONIE AUCTION
To have a chance to win prizes all you have to do is buy as many tickets you like for only $1.00 each.
We will also be selling 50/50 Tickets you can win up to $500.00
( Eva ( Volunteer at Handy Circle Resource Society. Eva is selling 50/50 Tickets ( Our Fund Raiser to help us continue with our Programs we provide to Persons with Disabilities in our Community.
2019 Loonie Auction
was another Success. Thank You
Emily Making Ornaments
at one of the craft workshops
Destiny our Mascot
The Prince George Citizen Monday, January 17, 2005 Article written by Citizen staff BERNICE TRICK DISCARDED DOLL FINDS
Handy Home There‘s a happy ending to the story of a doll that became orphaned during the Santa Claus parade in 2005. During the parade, the Handy Circle Promotions Society(now called Handy Circle Resource Society) folks handed out numerous toys, donated by the Bibles for Missions store, to children along the route. At the end of the parade, a Handy Circle volunteer noticed that one of the dolls had been abandoned on a pole near city hall. One of her stuffed legs was missing. “We all said we could not leave the doll there, so volunteer Shirley Byman hopped out of the van and retrieved the doll,” said office manager Lorraine Young, who took the doll to her father-in-law, Ford Young, who is a wood carver. Young carved a wooden leg from a piece of pine and with his friend, Carl Zobel, built the strawberry doll a wheelchair out of plywood. Now the 20-inch doll has a permanent home at handy Circle, where it has become a mascot for people with disabilities. She looks great, and even has a happy smile on her face,” said Lorraine Young. Since the doll doesn’t have a name (the doll’s name is Destiny 2015 this is an archived article from 2005) Lorraine Young is hoping someone in the community can come up with an appropriate one. There will be a small a small prize for the person. Jan. 30 is the deadline to enter by calling 563-1852, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the office at No. 101 490 Quebec Street in the Kiwanis Centre. This year Handy Circle celebrates its 20th anniversary in Prince George. “It was established July 30, 1985 as a non-profit society to promote awareness of the needs and skills of those with disabilities,” said director Vivienne Candy. “Our mission is to advocate for improved quality of life for people with disabilities.” Handy Circle works with persons with disabilities, providing information and referrals, and training them in computer and office skills. Last year they received donations of computers, which has allowed them to increase training in basic office skills, computer, websites and more. They also welcome people from the community who want to learn or upgrade computer skills. A big Thank-you to Shirley Byman for typing the article from the Citizen Call 563-1852 for more information. SPRING 2016 Please visit our Website www.handycirclepg.ca For the most up to date information and newest events You can donate on our website. www.handycirclepg.ca Or send a donation by mail to: 101 - 490 Quebec St. (a tax receipt will be provided)