Supporting our Community
Canadian Mindfulness Centre – The centre offers monthly mindful half-day workshops with proceeds going to a chosen charity of the month.
Child Haven – Assists children and women in developing countries, who are in need of food, education, health care, shelter and clothing, emotional and moral support.
Malala Fund – Malala Fund is working for a world where every girl can learn and lead without fear. Malala Fund works in regions where the most girls miss out on secondary education. Their priority countries are Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Nigeria and countries housing Syrian refugees (Lebanon and Jordan).
Meals on Wheels – Delivers nutritious, delicious and affordable meals to a variety of groups, including: seniors, people with physical disabilities and cognitive impairments, individuals suffering from illnesses and recovering from surgeries, and those who need special dietary planning and assistance.
Regent Park Community Health Centre – Parents for Better Beginnings (PFBB) program is a special blend of early learning (primary and secondary prevention) and early years (early intervention) programs and services.
Stella’s Place – THE place for young adults in Toronto, aged 16 to 29, who are experiencing mental health challenges and who want to learn about the best way to move forward and to get the support they need.
Sunnybrook Hospital – From their beginnings as a hospital for Canadian veterans, Sunnybrook has flourished into a fully affiliated teaching hospital, evolving to meet the needs of the growing community and is home to Canada’s largest trauma centre. With over 200 scientists and clinician-scientists conducting more than $100 million of breakthrough research each year, their groundbreaking research changes the way patients are treated around the world.
WE – Is a movement that brings people together and gives them the tools to change the world. Instead of community members receiving handouts, they work in partnership with WE, and are empowered with the tools and resources to lift themselves out of poverty. A community’s needs and skills are assessed before any steps are taken towards intervention, to ensure they’re helping them build their strengths and maximize their resources. They only work in communities where they’ve developed a partnership, and only implement projects that are respectful of local customs and culture.