Thank you!

Community Justice Initiatives’ (CJI) fundraising dinner last week, "Coming Full Circle", proved to be a wonderful evening.  The story of healing shared by Katy Hutchison was an inspiration to all who attended.  

The CJI Board and Staff would like to thank each of you for supporting this work through your presence at the dinner, your donations, and your ticket purchases.

Together we can continue to play a role in creating more stories of healing and peace – through the Victim Offender Mediation Program, through CJI's work with children and youth in schools, and through training others locally and internationally in restorative justice.

For more information on Community Justice Initiatives, visit the CJI website.


And a BIG Thank You to our Auction Sponsors:

BC Lions, Cactus Club Cafe, Cathy Smith, Crystal Vision and Hearing, Debbie Mozelle Optical, Double Exposure Photography, Evolution Yoga Studios, Fitness Unlimited, Fraser River Safari, Garth Butcher, Heartspeak Productions, John & Marlene Unrau, Kernels Popcorn Willowbrook, Pacific Theatre, Purdy's Chocolates Willowbrook, Spa Pure, Vancouver Aquarium, Van Houtte, Valley View Funeral Home, Walter Smetschka, West Central Building Supplies, West Jet, Will Rempel Team - RE/MAX

 Local Rotaries support Restorative Action.

CJI, and the Restorative Action program, recently received a generous grant from the Aldergrove Rotary Club to support the our work in Aldergrove Schools. Thank you for your support!

Dan Basham from CJI (left) receiving the cheque from
members of the Rotary Club of Langley

CJI also was the recipient of the Tip 'n Taste Event recently held by the Rotary Clubs of Langley, Langley Central and Langley Sunrise. Thank you everyone for your part in supporting the work we do in Langley Schools.

Tip n Taste Event

Left to Right:  Dave Gustafson, Executive Director,
Community Justice Initiatives; Dr. Brendan Martin,
President, Rotary Club of Langley
 

CJI's Gala Fundraising Event


You are invited to join us in celebrating CJI's
Restorative Action Program!

Friday, November 4th, 2016
Newlands Golf and Country Club

21025 48th Avenue, Langley

Doors open at 6:00pm, Dinner served at 7:00pm


This year's event includes a gourmet dinner, silent auction, and live entertainment with dance following the program ~ featuring Mariachi Los Dorados. 

In addition, CJI's Kaylie Maughan will share her story, and how the Restorative Action Program is powerfully affecting relationships among students, staff and communities throughout the Langley School District.

All proceeds will benefit CJI's Restorative Action Program in the Langley School District.

Tickets:$40/each or $275/table of 8


Online Purchasing is now closed. 
To purchase tickets on the day of the event, please call the office at 604-534-5515 and leave a detailed message.


The Silent Auction will feature many great items to be won! These include:

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

Changing School Culture.

Students in the Langley School District were recently asked why they joined their schools' Restorative Action (RA) Team.

Hear their answers in a video produced by Emma Mackie, a 2014 Brookswood Secondary School Graduate.

RA Teams

 

Students are making an impact.

Community Justice Initiatives (CJI) in Langley, BC is pleased to announce the recipients of the Restorative Action scholarships:  

  • Catrina Thomas, Langley Fine Arts School
  • Alicia Harris, Langley Secondary School

Read more about the scholarship winners here.

Annual Report Released.

CJI has just released the 2014 Annual Report.  Check out how we have been helping in the Langley School District, in the Federal prison system, and throughout Canada & the world.

CJI Annual Report - 2014

Educating for Peacebuilding - School Program Worker job posting

This is a full-time, seasonal position with CJI, corresponding with the school year (September-June).  It offers the unique opportunity to be part of an innovative partnership between CJI and the Langley School District in providing a Restorative Justice based program aimed at systemically changing school culture.  The program's focus is on implementing principles of "Restorative Action" which encourage responses to harm and discipline issues that are needs-based and promote healing and accountability.  The program provides training for students, educators and staff in the Restorative Action concepts and equips them to deal with conflict situations using tools such as mediation and conferencing.  Program staff provide support during conflict situations and act as ongoing liaisons/consultants with participating schools.

See the attachment for a full job description.

Please note that only the most suitable candidates will be contacted for an interview.

CJI's AGM.

CJI will be holding it's Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 24th at 6:30pm.  The meeting will be held at the CJI offices.  Members are invited to attend.  Please RSVP to mail@cjibc.org or 604-534-5515 if you plan on attending.

Membership with CJI.

CJI has pioneered and administered programs, training services and processes that result in meaningful, satisfying outcomes for a variety of conflict situations.

We are grateful for the people whose lives have been moved by the work of this agency.  You are an important part to the continuing work of CJI.  

Please become a member or renew your membership today!

Membership fees are $15.00 per year (April 1 - March 31) and can be processed securely on-line by visiting our website.

 Save the Date!

Great News! CJI will once again be hosting our annual Fundraiser Dinner - November 7, 2014.  

More details to come.

 

 

Community Justice Initiatives Association

mail@cjibc.org