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10 November 2021

WoodGreen Community Services launches its newly re-designed website

Toronto, Ont. - WoodGreen Community Services is inviting members of the community to explore its new website, which was launched today.

The newly redesigned website has the user’s experience in mind, including having improved navigation and functionality, to make it easy for clients to find the WoodGreen programs and services that they are searching for. The new site was made possible thanks to financial support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

“We are very happy to announce the launch of our new website,” said Anne Babcock, President & CEO of WoodGreen Community Services. “Our main goal with the new website was to make it easy for people to find the help they need — and we have achieved just that. Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for supporting this initiative”

WoodGreen is one of the largest social services organizations in Toronto, serving 37,000 people every year. Every month, thousands of people visit WoodGreen’s website for information on housing, child care, employment services, newcomer services, seniors and youth programs, and more.

Some of the client-focussed features of the new website include:

  • A fresh new design that is welcoming and accessible (and meeting AODA requirements) for clients.
  • Improved navigation pathways to allow clients to easily navigate the website and through different service and program pages.

Even more, the website has a newly updated blog, which will help WoodGreen to better tell its story. The blog features profiles of WoodGreen staff and volunteers, stories and updates on WoodGreen services and programs, and tips from subject-matter experts, just to name a few.

To see the new WoodGreen website, please visit WoodGreen.org.

ABOUT WOODGREEN COMMUNITY SERVICES (woodgreen.org): WoodGreen is one of the largest social service agencies in Toronto, serving 37,000 people each year. We offer over 75 programs and services tackling the social determinants that affect the health and well-being of individuals in our community.


For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact: Michelle German, Vice President Policy & Strategy, [email protected], 647-836-0692