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Trustee Hub

A hub of activity

The Neighbourhood Group helps unincorporated grassroots groups fulfill their missions by sharing our own financial, fundraising and administrative resources. Many of these organizations support underserved populations in our communities, including youth, BIPOC (black, indigenous and people of colour) and women.

As a trustee, we fulfill our own mission to improve the lives of the people in our communities, and the communities themselves.
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Game Changers

A win-win-win situation

Game Changers teaches mediation skills to young people in Toronto’s high schools. These peer youth help fellow students address serious conflict in order to de-escalate potentially violent problems for a peaceful resolution.

It’s a win-win situation: Peers improve their critical thinking skills and gain volunteer hours while youth in mediation resolve their conflict. And our schools and communities benefit from a safer environment.

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Stroke Survivors

Recovering together

Recovering from a stroke is a big challenge. Our Stroke Survivors day program encourages people’s recovery in a supportive environment. The only program of its kind in Toronto, Stroke Survivors helps people improve their physical and mental health, while improving memory and regaining confidence. It’s not all work - participants have fun chatting, playing games and celebrating special events.

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Connecting to Employment

Adjusting to a new life in Canada can be tough. Finding work is even tougher. Connections can help.

This free 18-week employment program is perfect for people who are new to Canada and on social assistance. Participants improve their computer, communication and customer service skills, and get a six-week placement for their essential first Canadian work experience.

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  • 47,000+
    people improve their lives each year through our services
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  • 2,200+
    people living in encampments improved their health and well-being through our Harm Reduction Outreach workers
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  • 48,020
    nutritious meals are provided each year through Meals on Wheels, drop-ins, child care centres, supportive housing and community dinners
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