Our Partners

Canadian Red Cross

The Canadian Red Cross Society (French: Croix-Rouge canadienne) is a Canadian humanitarian charitable organization, and one of 190 national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies. The organization receives funding from both private donations and from Canadian government departments.

The Red Cross Society trains volunteers in emergency response, disaster response, and disaster assistance, and provides injury prevention services such as outdoor activities safety and first aid training. The society, through the international network of the Red Cross, helps the world’s vulnerable populations, including victims of armed conflicts and communities destroyed by disasters.

WoodGreen Community Services

A United Way Anchor Agency, WoodGreen combines significant scale and a proven track record with an entrepreneurial mindset, continuously seeking and developing innovative solutions to critical social needs.

With a rich history spanning more than 80 years, WoodGreen is one of the largest social service agencies in Toronto, serving 37,000 people each year from 36 locations. Together we help people find safe, affordable housing, seniors live independently, internationally-trained professionals enter the job market, parents access childcare, children and youth access after-school programs, newcomers settle in to Canadian life, homeless and marginalized people get off the streets, youth find meaningful employment and training and provide a wide range of mental health supports.


Bengali Information and Employment Services(BIES) was established in December14,2011 by a group of newcomers with a passion of helping each other in a new country.

The founder members took their first initiative by forming a volunteering organisation to serve the community with necessary information on employment and settlement.

Progressive Action for Community Empowerment

PACE is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious social organization. PACE aims to help and inspire communities to overcome challenges related to social integration, social inclusion and social and economic prosperity. And, this is only possible through enhancing social capital, networking, collaborative advocacy efforts, and motivational programs.

Canadian Women’s Foundation

The Canadian Women’s Foundation is a national leader in the movement for gender equality in Canada. Through funding, research, advocacy, and knowledge sharing, we work to achieve systemic change.

We support women, girls, and gender-diverse people to move out of violence, out of poverty, and into confidence and leadership. Since 1991, our partners and donors have contributed more than $150 million to fund over 2,500 life-transforming programs throughout the country.

Warden Woods Community Centre

Warden Woods has been working with and for the communities of southwest Scarborough for more than 40 years. Our programs and services are made possible only with the support of our generous community funders, donors and partners. Thank you for supporting our clients and our neighbourhoods!