25th Anniversary Celebration and Fundraising Gala

Join us as we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Community Justice Initiatives!

Jodi Cadman, daughter of the late Chuck Cadman and MP Dona Cadman, will share the moving story of her involvement with CJI in the aftermath of her brother's murder.

The evening also includes dinner, silent auction, and no host bar.
Tickets: $65 single, $495 table of 8

Friday, October 22, 2010
Newlands Gold & Country Club
21025 48 Avenue, Langley BC
Doors open: 6pm, Dinner: 6:45pm

Tickets can now be pre-ordered securely through PayPal.

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For more information, or to purchase tickets via cheque or cash, contact the CJI office at:
mail@cjibc.org or 604-534-5515.

Download event flyer here.

2010 Educating for Peacebuilding Grade 12 Scholarships

Congratulations to the 2010 Educating for Peacebuilding scholarship winners:

Paula Mattusch, D.W. Poppy Secondary
Brandon Sampson, Apex Secondary

CJI is pleased to be able to offer scholarships to Grade 12 students who have taken part in the Educating for Peacebuilding program in the Langley School District. Since 2005, we have been able to award seventeen scholarships to deserving students.

Paula Mattusch, DW Poppy Secondary and Dan BashamTo qualify for the scholarship, you must be a current Grade 12 student in the Langley School District, and have actively participated in the Restorative Action program in your school. Email CJI to receive the application form.

The continuation of this scholarship fund is dependent upon donations. If you would like to make a contribution to this worthwhile fund, please contact us by e-mail.

Pictured: Paula Mattusch, DW Poppy Secondary and Dan Basham, CJI Schools Program Coordinator

Community Justice Initiatives Association