WoodGreen is one of the most experienced supportive housing providers in Toronto with deep ties to the East End. We care about this community. We own or operate 20 housing facilities in Toronto. We know the importance of connecting with our neighbours wherever we go. We are excited to bring our full range of services, expertise, and the benefit of our close partnerships and deep connections across East Toronto, to support the health, housing stability and inclusion of the seniors who call 540 Cedarvale Ave. home.
Our staff are welcoming tenants and looking forward to building a strong community. WoodGreen is committed to active outreach. Over the past few months, our dedicated team organized several community engagement activities with the intent to get to know existing neighbours and introduce WoodGreen. These activities included meeting with various individuals, community groups and organizations that may have an interest in the facility, door-knocking in the neighbourhood, distributing flyers, regularly updating the dedicated webpage, school presentations, hosting an open house and forming an Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee.
More information on WoodGreen’s community engagement activities regarding 540 Cedarvale Ave. can be found using the various links provided below.
Community Engagement Activity Updates:
Community Engagement Activities Infographic: Ever since WoodGreen was selected as the operator of the 540 Cedarvale Ave. facility, WoodGreen launched a community engagement plan to ensure we were reaching out to the neighbours and community organizations to understand their views and hear their concerns. Have a look at our infographic for a snapshot of these outreach efforts.
Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee: Huge thank you to everyone that expressed interest to join our new advisory committee dedicated to 540 Cedarvale Avenue! The complete list of membership will be shared online soon. You can view the list of members here.
Open House: Thank you to the nearly 300 people that attended the event on November 19, 2022, and to everyone that helped extend a warm welcome. View our blog post about the event here. View the recap video here. View our blog post about the gift baskets that community members generously made for future tenants here.
The East Toronto Health Partners (ETHP) issued a statement of support for the 540 Cedarvale project. You can view their statement here.
The City of Toronto’s community update published on September 14, 2022. You can view their community update here.
The Beach Metro Community News published an article on 540 Cedarvale Ave on September 15, 2022. You can view the article here.