C3 Toronto is intentional about reaching people at a hands-on level. It is part of our mission to resource acts of charity that are already happening in Toronto and beyond.
Completed fundraiser marathons / Conducted needed yard work / Painted homes of low-income housing / Served children at Sick Kids Hospital / Fed the homeless / Ministered to workers struggling to get out of the sex-trafficking industry / Partnered with various charities in Toronto.
One of our proudest Love Toronto initiatives is providing a house for refugee youth. Matthew House is an incredible organization in Toronto that has helped over 1500 refugees from all over the world arrive safely in Toronto. In 2017 they were in desperate need for extra space. C3 Toronto used the generosity through Vision Builders to buy a residential property in the city, which we donated the use of to Matthew House to help them with their mission to serve refugees in Canada.
Matthew House is a community of 4 homes in central Toronto that welcomes and assists newly arrived refugee claimants offering HOPE at the end of their long journey on the refugee highway.
Heroes in Black creates sustainable solutions for homelessness and at-risk youth by rebuilding health, inspiring change, and finding employment.
The Scott Mission is a Christian, non-denominational, faith-based street mission in downtown Toronto, serving the poor and needy in our city.
Restore works through local churches to focus on developing plans and guiding people from a place of distress to a sustainable and healthy life.
Habitat For Humanity brings communities together to help families build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is a health-care community dedicated to improving the health of children. Their mission is to provide the best in family-centred, compassionate care, to lead in scientific and clinical advancement, and to prepare the next generation of leaders in child health.
Yonge Street Mission believes that each and every one of the 500,000 people experiencing poverty in Toronto has immense value. All resources and energy are focused on working to respond to immediate needs and help people move from surviving to thriving.
Fight4Freedom is dedicated to battling human trafficking in the sex trade, seeing victims set free, and giving beauty from ashes.
Ephraim’s Place Community Centre provide programs and services that give children, youth and families the skills and tools they need to build a successful future and bring about positive personal and community transformation in the Jane-Finch and Jane-Sheppard neighbourhoods.
Covenant House Toronto provides 24/7 crisis care to homeless youth, aged 16 to 24, and has a range of services, including education, counselling, health care and employment assistance.
Urban Arts provides opportunities for diverse cultural expression, artistic development, training and employment to members of urban communities with a focus on youth in central west Toronto.
9.00am + 10.30am + 12.00pm