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Giving Tuesday

Ximena Marky Uncategorised

Welcome to our very first #GivingTuesday campaign! We are excited to join this movement for the first time. CultureLink has been helping newcomers start their new life in Canada for over three decades, thanks to the continuous support of our funders, partners and volunteers. Our staff is the heart of our organization and their genuine concern for the people they …

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Gratitude and New Beginnings

Ximena Marky Uncategorised

On October 24th, we held our Annual General Meeting and celebrated the closing of one year and the opening of another. It was a lovely fall evening, perfect for our program in the theme of Gratitude and New Beginnings. The evening program reflected the diversity in our community. Musical performances filled the hall with sounds from around the globe when …

Canoeing adventure for Culturelink’s youth

Naadiya Sharmarke Uncategorised, Youth News, Youth Zone

Youth in Action, in collaboration with Sankofa, offered a Canoeing event on September 20th for youth ages 12-29. We appreciate the support of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, the City of Toronto, and Park People who made this event possible. They allowed us to provide youth the opportunity to experience Canoeing for the first time in Canada. The event was …

Youth In Arts’s partnership with the University of Toronto Hart House Literacy

Naadiya Sharmarke Uncategorised, Youth News, Youth Zone

Congratulations on your well-deserved success Awais! Youth In Arts Program established an amazing partnership with the University of Toronto Hart House Literacy and Library Committee to run a book contest. Newcomer youth had the opportunity to read two books within three weeks to improve their English skills and for a chance to win gift cards. The youth attended three drop …

Seniors Empowering Seniors (SES)

Glen Uncategorised

CultureLink’s Community Services Department is proud to present the Seniors Empowering Seniors program (SES) funded by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). Seniors Empowering Seniors (SES) is a Community-based project inspired and led by seniors, created for racialized, low-income newcomer and immigrant seniors, living marginalized and in poverty in the South-Parkdale and West-End of Toronto. This project will provide an …