Community Connection

The wellbeing of the church has always been tied up with the wellbeing of the wider community. But in these times of crisis, there is even more reason to be thinking about contributing to organizations that are actively working for this wellbeing. 

Greenest City continues its Emergency Good Food Box program and is delivering 200 healthy food boxes to those in need.

The Dale Ministries is providing 2 weekly takeout meals, as they observe social distancing. They are serving about 150 people a week.

The Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust prepares and distributes cleaning and disinfecting kits to rooming house tenants in the neighbourhood.

Parkdale Community Legal Services also continues to offer essential services.

The Parkdale Solidarity Fund is a local mutual aid network supported by many local partners. 


Afri-Can Foodbasket
This food access organization recently launched Black Food Toronto, a new initiative delivering fresh fruit and vegetables at no cost to Black Torontonians impacted by COVID-19.

Black Legal Action Centre
BLAC is a recently launched non-profit clinic that provides free legal services for low- or no-income Black Torontonians and Ontarians.

Black Lives Matter-Toronto
Canada’s largest chapter of the global Black Lives Matter movement is a coalition of Black community members, students, artists, activists and organizers working for the elimination of anti-Black racism, state-sanctioned and institutional violence.


Toronto Urban Native Ministries 

Primates World Relief and Development Fund

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