It is a time to listen, learn and act

It is a time to listen, learn and act. We are committed to listening to, learning from and funding grassroots leaders and organizations working to right inequalities in our city.

From our last Vital Signs report we know that the majority of Black community members doubt they will be treated fairly by police. We know that racialized populations are faring far worse compared to white residents across all quality of life issues we track including income, housing, health and wellness, and safety.

We are proud to have funded and worked with these Black-led and Black-serving organizations working to dismantle racism in a variety of ways. If you have the means to do so, please consider making a donation to these organizations that are doing the heavy lifting to right inequalities that persist right here in Toronto.

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AfriCan Food Basket
Alexandra Park Community Centre
Black Creek Community Farm
Black Health Alliance
Black Women in Motion
Boys and Girls Club of East Scarborough
Centre for Connected Communities
Cliffcrest Community Centre
East Scarborough Storefront
FEAT for Children of Incarcerated Parents
FOCUS Media Arts Centre
Jane Finch Housing Coalition
Jane/Finch Community and Family Centre
Jean Augustine Centre in South Etobicoke
Massey Centre
Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants
Regent Park Film Festival
RISE (trustee VIBE Arts)
Tropicana
Visions of Science Network for Learning
Warden Woods Community Centre

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