Where Life & Community Connect!
myNiagara Online integrates web publishing and social media to empower residents, Local Businesses and Community Organizations to work together as a community building collaborative.
We are an online community of established businesses, start-ups, non-profit organizations, artists, clubs, special interest groups, Niagara residents and other local contributors. Our myPelham.com and myWelland.com local community platforms currently operate in the Town of Pelham and the City of Welland.
We share community-sourced content to our growing audience of avid social media users who love to share and participate on Facebook and Twitter. We’re joiners, influencers, and big supporters of Niagara local culture.
myNiagara Online is owned and operated by a team of local entrepreneurs, Cathy Berkhout-Bosse and Melissa Wells. Our community building initiative operates based on a social enterprise business model with Melissa functioning as Chief Information Officer and Cathy providing social media support as Community Manager.
We proactively seek partners on a daily basis – connecting community is what we do!
Some of our key partners include our Business Association partners – Welland/Pelham Chamber of Commerce, Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce, North Welland BIA and our Government Partners – the Town of Pelham, City of Welland and the Welland Development Commission and our Leader’s Circle Partners and Local Business Partners who contribute advertising/sponsorship revenue. Our initiative is 100% funded by our community.
Learn more about our Community Partner Packages
Vision for the Future
We’re here to support local economic development and rally Niagara local communities to work together. In this spirit, we proudly collaborate with any and all other local community-building initiatives throughout Niagara.
We see an exciting future for Niagara and enthusiastically operate our community-building initiative to encourage everyone who loves living here to participate in supporting local community development and economic growth.
Let’s get behind our Local Businesses. It’s important that local Residents, Businesses and Community Organizations alike, support each other and together, do our part to shop locally.
It is up to all of us to collectively support and grow the Local Movement in all communities of Niagara.
Reach out to us if you’re interested to launch a myNiagara Online local network in your Hometown or Neighbourhood! info@myNiagaraOnline.com
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