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Season's Greetings!


2017 was a very special time at WoodGreen as we celebrated our 80th anniversary.

Working out of 36 locations, WoodGreen’s reach now extends far beyond Toronto’s east end. We’ve evolved into one of the largest non-municipal providers of affordable housing in Toronto, and serve some of Toronto’s most marginalized communities. Spanning a broad spectrum of critical social services, we’ve served over 37,000 clients this year with innovative solutions-based programming.

As we come to the end of another year, we reflect on all that we are grateful for. We are very thankful to have such a supportive community of neighbours, donors, partners, staff & volunteers who work with us to break the cycle of poverty, build strong communities, support independence and create new paths to opportunity. We thank each and every one of you for sharing in our vision of a Toronto where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.

On behalf of the WoodGreen, I’d like to wish all of our neighbours a happy and safe holiday season! Thank you for another incredible year.


Anne Babcock

President & CEO

WoodGreen Community Services



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To see WoodGreen Annual Report: Click here 

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Please join us on September for our 80th Annual General Meeting: Click here 

Interested in setting up a no-fee, zero contribution Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) account and apply for the Canada Learning Bond? Click Here

Single mothers looking for long-term employment to support their families should apply to our Homeward Bound program.


New $50,000 Toronto FC Community Action Grant supports WoodGreen’s Newcomer Youth Soccer League

Introducing the Career Pursuit blog! Supported by two volunteers and two Community Connections staff members, this blog focuses on employment related topics for newcomers and immigrants integrating into the Canadian job market. The blog can he found here.

Our Home East York: Age friendly societies in our time?: a literature review

The Shadow Economies report is available.

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