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
Stay in Touch
Sign up for our newsletter for the latest on our upcoming events and campaigns.
From the blog
With only one week to go until our FIRST EVER Toronto FC II soccer game, we're encouraging any school that hasn't ordered tickets yet to get them before they sell out! On Wednesday, May 9, join thousands of other students and help cheer on the Toronto FC II against...
This report draws on the Statistics Canada 2016 Census and other new data sources to describe the level, distribution and depth of poverty among Toronto children, youth and their families. Its main findings are the following: Indigenous families with children in the...
Toronto remains the child poverty capital of Canada with more than one in four kids living in low-income families, says a new report based on the 2016 census. But even more troubling is the racial divide among the region’s poor children, according to the report being...