Every day we see individuals, families, service agencies, faith groups, community associations, small businesses, schools, and social clubs make our vibrant community the best it can be.
At the same time some of these community members struggle with poverty, face a lack of opportunity, and have trouble accessing the services they need. Many newcomers, people without status in Canada, racialized groups, and other vulnerable populations encounter barriers accessing healthcare, education, employment, legal protection, social support, and housing.
Our multi-service organization works with individuals and families from ALL ages, racial identity, religious beliefs, gender diversity, economic background, etc., who struggle with these issues by offering them a space that meets their needs and equips them with the tools they need to thrive.
Safe and healthy neighborhoods thrive when we reduce personal, social, and economic inequalities for individuals and families across the city. Our work is grounded in our community but its impacts are felt far beyond our catchment borders.