Toronto North

Organizations who work primarily in the northern area of Toronto.

The Arts Access Fund provides opportunities for arts engagement to children and youth, who would otherwise not have the opportunity to pursue creative exploration and artistic excellence under the guidance of professional artists.
The Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAAP) provides HIV/AIDS, sexual health and support services for South Asian communities in Toronto.
Ashoka finds and fosters the most powerful emergent ideas led by the most effective social entrepreneurs. We provide a pathway for all Canadians to be changemakers.
ACORN Affordable Housing Forum at The 519
Toronto ACORN is the local affiliate of ACORN Canada, an independent national organization of low and moderate income families.
Bata Shoe Museum
For every shoe, there’s a story. Although feet are the same around the world, what people choose to wear on their feet is incredibly diverse. It is in this diversity that some of the most interesting aspects of culture are revealed. The Bata Shoe Museum strives to share these compelling cultural...
Big Brothers Big Sisters is Canada's leading mentoring charity. We facilitate life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential.
Bird Studies Canada (BSC)’s mission is to conserve the wild birds of Canada through sound science, on-the-ground actions, innovative partnerships, public engagement, and science-based advocacy. We work by conducting targeted research on species at risk, and by using data generated by our many...
Encouraging words from kids to other kids at the Boost CYAC
At Boost Child & Youth Advocacy Centre® we are committed to eliminating abuse and violence toward children and youth between 3 to 17 years of age, and supporting families through difficult times. Boost is a community-based, registered charity that provides the very best prevention programs,...
Broad Reach Foundation’s mandate is to advance the life and leadership skills of disadvantaged teens from vulnerable communities through the sport, science and mastery of sailing.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre creates vital Canadian theatre by developing and presenting voices that question sexual and cultural norms. Built on the political and social principles of queer liberation, Buddies supports artists and works that reflect and advance these values.

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