Organizations that support people who are new, or returning, to the workplace.
The East Scarborough Storefront (The Storefront), uses the power of collaboration to support people and build community in the inner suburban neighbourhood of Kingston Galloway/ Orton Park (KGO). The Storefront believes it takes collective community responses to address complex community based and...
Our mission is to support women who are, have been, or are at risk of being in conflict with the law.
FST strengthens individuals, families and communities through counselling, education, social action, advocacy and community development and works with partners to build a vibrant community social services sector.
Findhelp Information Services (Findhelp) is a charitable, nonprofit agency providing public access to information about community and social services through help lines, web directories, and specialized tools and training to help people find help.
Fred Victor’s mission is to improve the health, income and housing stability of people experiencing homelessness and/or poverty in Toronto.
Frontier College is a national literacy organization; we believe literacy is a right.
The Mission Statement of the John Howard Society of Toronto is: Making the communities safer by supporting the rehabilitation and re-integration of those who have been in conflict with the law.
The Learning Enrichment Foundation (LEF) was formed more than 30 years ago in response to the needs of the former City of York. Since its inception LEF has developed a mix of program and services that include: childcare, youth programs, settlement services, language training, skill advancement...
MABELLEarts brings together people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to make art, tell stories and creatively transform the place that is Mabelle – a high-density Toronto Community Housing complex in Central Etobicoke. For us, community arts is a collaborative process of creating culture with...
MJKO is a charitable organization that promotes positive and healthy lifestyle choices through mentoring and leadership training in a safe and encouraging environment. Our goal is to create a sense of community among youths across the Greater Toronto Area through the sport of non-contact boxing.