About Vital Signs®
Greater Peterborough’s Vital Signs is a collaborative community initiative led by the Community Foundation of Greater Peterborough. It is a snapshot of our community that measures the vitality of Greater Peterborough, identifies needs, strengths and trends, and supports actions on issues that are critical to our quality of life.
At CFGP, we believe that your community makes you, and you make your community. So it’s important to know your community, to understand how it shapes you, to see yourself reflected back in the whole, and to know how best to give back to sustain the vitality of Greater Peterborough.
Vital Signs is more than a simple report on our quality of life or just an engaging glimpse into what makes our community tick. It’s community knowledge in action: Vital Signs is used as an outreach and education tool by our partners. It’s an accessible and engaging read for community members who want to know more about the place they live, and where they fit into it. And at CFGP, we use Vital Signs to help us connect the dots between caring community members and local causes that matter, informing our community leadership and granting activities at the Foundation.
Vital Signs® 2015: Special Edition on Belonging & Inclusion
For information on data sources and a text-only version of Vital Signs® 2015, refer to Greater Peterborough's Vital Signs 2015 Text Only Data Source Document..
Vital Signs® 2014
Greater Peterborough's Vital SIgns 2014® Process Document.
Vital Signs® 2013
Greater Peterborough's Vital Signs® 2013 data source document.
Read Vital Signs® and pass it on to a friend, neighbour or colleague. Use it to start a conversation, ask questions and take action.
To find out more about the Community Foundation of Greater Peterborough, and how you can contribute to building our vital community, contact us at email@example.com.
Started by the Toronto Foundation in 2001, Vital Signs® is a national program of Community Foundations of Canada. Today more than 65 communities across Canada and around the world use Vital Signs to mobilize the power of community knowledge for greater local impact.
Click here to see the national Vital Signs report.
For more information contact Nicole Gagliardi, CFGP Program Coodinator at 705-740-2347 or firstname.lastname@example.org