Organizations who work primarily in the northern area of Toronto.
BITS helps young and other low-resource emerging entrepreneurs who face barriers to employment and financing by providing access to business training, micro-financing and peer mentorship. BITS contributes to the overall economic prosperity and improved quality of life of our participants through...
Boundless is dedicated to improving the lives of youth at risk through the provision of high school education, character development and through outdoor leadership and teamwork.
Camp Oochigeas is a privately funded, volunteer based organization that provides kids with cancer and kids affected by childhood cancer with a unique opportunity for growth through challenging, fun, enriching and magical experiences.
We promote, develop and support music therapy services and research in order to restore, maintain and improve the mental, physical and emotional health of Canadians.
The Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) was established in 1990 in Toronto as Canada’s applied urban policy institute. Our mandate is to build wisdom and inspire leadership for healthy urban development. CUI is a public good enterprise funded through project work. www.canurb.org
Our mission is to ensure that Chinese Seniors & where appropriate, others in need of services, in the Greater Toronto Area and the surrounding areas live a Quality & Enriched Life in the community.
Centennial Infant and Child Centre provides in home and preschool education and support for children with special needs and their families: building futures-changing lives and strengthening families.
Through a process of engagement and relationship building, Central Toronto Youth Services (CTYS) serves youth who have a range of mental health needs.
CERA envisions an Ontario where every person realizes their housing rights, is treated with dignity, and lives free from discrimination in a stable, safe and affordable home. At CERA, we defend housing rights and human rights by educating individuals and communities, advancing progressive and...
Child Development Institute (CDI), an accredited children’s mental health agency in Toronto, is a groundbreaker in developing innovative programming. We offer evidence-based programs for children ages 0-12, youth ages 13-18, and their families.