Award Recipient 2013

This organization went through rigorous examination by Toronto Foundation during the year 2013 and received a Vital Toronto Fund grant. For more information on our granting streams and process, click here.

Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services improves health outcomes for the most vulnerable immigrants, refugees, and their communities. We do this by facilitating access to services and addressing systemic inequities.
Art Starts Children's Mural
Art Starts inspires and cultivates social change through community building arts initiatives.
CultureLink is a settlement organization that is both old and new. We have over 25 years’ experience in developing and delivering settlement services to meet the needs of diverse communities. Our services connect cultures to build welcoming communities. We assist newcomers looking for employment,...
A group of five DPNCHC clients and staff members lean against each other
Supporting our neighbours, especially those who face economic and/or social barriers, to enrich their lives and the life of our community.
Earthroots is a leading grassroots environmental organization dedicated to the preservation of Ontario’s wilderness, wildlife, and watersheds through research, education and action. We work in coalition with other conservation organizations to coordinate the best strategies to move issues forward.
Jane’s Walk mission: Walkable neighbourhoods, urban literacy, cities planned for and by people. Jane's Walk is a project of Tides Canada Initiatives Society, a registered charity.
Jumblies makes art in everyday and unexpected places, with, for and about the people and stories found there.
Lumacare, formerly Downsview Services for Seniors, represents our unrelenting focus on quality and our passion for excellence. Above all, it signifies our tireless commitment to bring light into the lives of each and every one of our clients.
Native Women's Resource Centre of Toronto
Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto is the only organization that is dedicated to serving urban Aboriginal women and children in the Greater Toronto Area.Through emergency support as well as life enhancing and cultural programming, we build self-sufficiency and develop collective capacity to...
Human Rights workshop for newcomer youth.
The Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN), founded by Ontario’s three Chief Justices in 2002, is a collaborative network of organizations devoted to promoting public understanding, education and dialogue to support a responsive and inclusive justice system.

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