One in three children in Toronto lives in poverty.
We believe that if we improve the health and well-being of our children they will do better in school, and if they do better in school then they will have a better future.
Our work creates real results
million invested in students
meals served daily
students in our after-school program
free glasses provided to children yearly
How we help
During the week of October 15th – 19th 2018 we will kick-start the 14th annual feed tomorrow week, one of the largest awareness campaigns of its kind for student hunger and nutrition programs in 2018.
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From the blog
Upwards of 125,000 Toronto children — more than one in four — are growing up in poverty, a problem that plagues pockets of every city ward, says a new report released Monday by Social Planning Toronto and a coalition of agencies serving vulnerable communities. To find...
New demographic charts show a strikingly segregated city, with visible minorities concentrated in low-income neighbourhoods and white residents dominating affluent areas in numbers far higher than their share of the population. To find out more, read the article in...
During the recent heat wave, city counsellor Millicent Asamoah said that she had heard from clients who could not afford air conditioners, nor pay for the electricity to keep them running. As some who has worked at Rexdale Women's Centre for 10 years, she sees daily...