A documents section has been added to the media page to accommodate the addition of the extensive discussion paper: Housing that works. Written by Dennis Pilkey.
Pictures taken at our AGM have been posted in the media section.
The Public Good Society of Dartmouth cordialy invites you to attend our annual general meeting!
5:30 pm - 7:30pm, Monday, November 19th 2012
The location and other information can be found on this poster.
To save the poster; right click the link above and choose "save link as".
The Public Good Society of Dartmouth thanks you for your support!
On Saturday, June 9, TPGS hosted a community appreciation event at the Findlay Community Centre.
Volunteers and community members braved the torrential downpour, enjoying one another's company and the awesome hot-dogs expertly grilled by the BBQ crew. HRM Councillor Jim Smith, District 9, mingled with the crowd and fabulous entertainment was provided by Wil Andrea and Lee Yuen-Rapati.
Our Community Van even ferried some of our guests home afterwards! The successful event enabled us to express our gratitude for the support we receive as well as make our programs more widely known.
We appreciate the generous donations for refreshments provided by Sobeys Penhorn, and Gloria McCluskey, HRM Councillor, District 5. We also acknowledge the on-going support of our work by MLA Marilyn More.
The Public Good Society of Dartmouth wants to thank you for your support and tell you more about our great programs! Join us for a free event Saturday, June 9th,2012
Details can be found on the promotional poster.
Imperial Oil donates $1,500 in Esso gas cards to the Dartmouth North Community Van project.
More details on the media page.
The Public Good Society unveiled our new Dartmouth North Community Van that will be available to non-profit groups in Dartmouth North.
Members from The Public Good Society of Dartmouth attended a Christmas Full of Caring Dinner and Auction, which raises funds for the Hot Meal Program at Margaret’s House, a Feeding Others of Dartmouth (F.O.O.D.) soup kitchen.
The Public Good Society held their annual general meeting. With guest speaker Mervyn Horgan, PhD, professor at Acadia University.
The websites aesthetic is revisited, and the website receives additional functionality and content.
-Several new articles on the “in the news page”
-Page width is now 1024 pixels, web standard.
-Page auto centers in center of wide screen monitors.
The Public Good Society website gets a visual overhaul, as the new website is launched at our AGM. With Guest speakers Mike Savage MP & Jeoff Stark.
The Public Good Society of Dartmouth has received "Notifciation of Registration" for Charitable Status under the Income Tax Act.
The Charity's Registration Number is 85870 8928 RR0001
Today we added a new entry to the In The News page - a Resolution passed unanimously in the Nova Scotia Legislature that commends the Public Good Society for our work.
Most things on this web site are new as of today! The Public Good Society of Dartmouth takes pleasure in launching our brand new site.
This site includes information on who we are, what we do and who we work with. It also includes detailed information on unmet service needs in Dartmouth, including our complete survey report on the topic from 2006 [downloadable as an Adobe Acrobat PDF document].
There is more to come too! Bookmark this site and come back frequently as new content and features will be added from time to time. We will list anything new, added or changed on the site on this page when the changes are made.
The Public Good Society is a group of concerned citizens reflecting community, business, and government. Our concern is about the level of support and its effectiveness in serving people living in vulnerable circumstances.