Young Adults - 19 to 29

Participants range in age from 19 to 29 years old. (Photo: UNITY, Malik Musleh)

Community-based New Media, Radio, and Television Arts Broadcasting Centre dedicated to best practices in training and mentorship of youth in broadcasting and digital arts.
Youth To Youth (Y2Y) provides a platform for youth leadership to children and youth within Toronto's Neighbouhood Improvement Areas. At schools, community centres, and youth facilities all across the city, Y2Y empowers youth to take the lead by harnessing the power of play to improve...
To provide a ‘home away from home’ for seriously ill children and their families to heal better together.
The Remix Project was created in order to help level the playing field for young people from disadvantaged, marginalized and under served communities. Our programs and services serve youth who are trying to enter into the creative industries or further their formal education; The Remix Project...
The mission of the San Romanoway Revitalization Association (SRRA) is to promote a sense of belonging in the San Romanoway and Jane-Finch community through a wide range of programs serving residents of all ages and backgrounds.
Sherbourne Health Centre's vibrant mosaic reflects its unique blend of innovative programs
Situated in the heart of Toronto’s downtown east, Sherbourne has been providing essential primary care and chronic disease management, mental health services, health promotion and education, and outreach and social supports since 2002. Our doors are open to everyone, and we focus on client...
Sistering envisions a world where all women, in all our diversity, are valued; a world where we are safe and supported, treated with dignity, and given the respect we deserve. We offer practical and emotional support to marginalized women through programs and services that enable them to take...
Huda the artist creating at SKETCH studios
SKETCH is a Toronto-based community-arts initiative now celebrating 20 years of creating opportunities for young people, ages 16-29, who are homeless or living on the margins. SKETCH inspires and engages youth from all over Canada through the transformative power of the arts.
skills for change services
Skills for Change is known for pioneering programs that respond to shifting immigration and workplace trends and lead to employment. The first program, in 1983, was an office training program that successfully led all its first graduates, a group of women from Southeast Asia, into full-time...
Growing the Future, a Small Change Funded project by Greenest City in Toronto, Ontario.
Founded in Toronto in 2009, Small Change Fund has been strengthening the capacity of people and organizations to build lasting change from the ground up. We support important community projects that put decision-making in the hands of local people and contribute to social and environmental change.

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