$25 covers your shoe, food, drinks and 3 hours of bowling! Can’t beat that.
Spaces are limited however so we will need hard confirmations by Wednesday.
“The Best Free Community Resources for Youth” – An information workshop dedicated to educating youth 15 – 29 about FREE resources available in the community
Date: Saturday October 5, 2013
Location: Mt. Dennis Community Library, 1123 Weston Rd
Time: 1pm – 3pm
RSVP to email@example.com
- Newcomer Resources
- Mental Health
- Sexual Health
- Summer employment/ Internships
- Resume Critique
- Mentorship & Volunteer opportunities
Outreach Coordinator, Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (BLACK-CAP)
Black CAP is an organization that works to reduce HIV/AIDS in Toronto’s Black, African and Caribbean communities and enhance the quality of life of Black people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. With the rising rates of HIV/AIDS in Toronto’s Black communities, with Black, African and Caribbean people accounting for more than one-fifth of all new HIV infections in Toronto, Black CAP aims to reduce the spread of HIV infection within Toronto’s Black communities through education and to enhance the quality of life of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Program Manager East, beyond 3:30, Toronto Foundation for Student Success
beyond 3:30 is an after-school program for middle school children between the hours of 3:30-7:30 pm that operates in the place they trust the most, their local school. Through the fun, experiential activities offered by the beyond 3:30 initiative, youth will have opportunities to develop social skills and increase self-esteem. This innovative initiative also offers students many volunteer opportunities that allow them to develop new skills and abilities and also enable them to contribute to their communities.
Leo. Edwards, BSW/MSW/RSW.
Counsellor/Clinical Therapist, Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth (SAPACCY) – Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth (SAPACCY) – provides support and counselling to Black youth and their families who are dealing with problem substance use. Our programs include; Individual Therapy, Group Therapy for youth and their parents and Early Intervention and Prevention, working with community groups across Toronto to teach them about the effects of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs on our bodies, our lives and our communities.
Outreach Coordinator, Youth Employment Services (YES)
YES is the Employment Champion for Youth. YES believes that employment is empowerment and the cornerstone of safe and healthy communities. YES leads the Canadian youth sector with innovative programs that empower disadvantaged and vulnerable youth to become self-sufficient contributing members of society. Specializing in career counselling and job placement YES is 83% successful in finding jobs, training, education or business outcomes for youth.
NewYouth.ca Content Coordinator, Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI)
NewYouth.ca enhances the accessibility of settlement services for newcomer youth by providing content that is written in clear and appropriate language, multimedia technology and online social media tools. It also provides youth with a venue to ask questions and receive accurate information and referral online from qualified peers and professionals.
You are the reason we do what we do. Therefore, ever so often we need to for your input. We have therefore created a short survey to hear your thoughts. Please take a moment to let us know been doing so far and what we could be doing to better serve you. At Spice Youth Toronto we believe that we, the youth are the ones who should shape our own destinies.
Kindly take a few minutes to complete this survey to help us plan events/programs which you need. The questions are designed to facilitate a better understanding of your needs. All responses will be kept strictly confidential and only summary measures and conclusions will be reported. Your participation in this survey is greatly appreciated.
Click the photo below to access survey.
‘Dedicated to creating an integrated network of Grenadian/Caribbean youth in Toronto’
The Executive & Members of Spice Youth Toronto Community Initiative wishes to extend special Thank You’s to all who have contributed in whatever way to the experiences of the two years since our inception. You have made this journey worthwhile and we look forward to evolving with you into 2013 and beyond!
Here’s a quick look at what your contributions have helped us to achieve.
Seasons Greetings & All the Best for 2013!
August 2012 saw the continuation of Spice Youth Toronto (CI)’s commitment to support youth initiatives not only here in Toronto but in Grenada. In June 2012, Mr. Dwight Gibbs manager of the Grenada Youth Centre reached out to the organization for assistance in procuring a projector and screen to facilitate youth programming at the Centre.
The Executive team of SYTCI was only too happy to make this wish a reality. The items were presented by President, Trisha Mitchell and Secretary Marie Benjamin, Mr. Dwight Gibbs in a ceremony held at the Grenada National Museum in August 2012 as part of the Grenada Diaspora Homecoming celebrations.
In thanking the organization, Mr. Gibbs highlighted the benefits of the items to the youth being served at the facility.
Mr. Gibbs accepts items (Video): http://on.fb.me/Yl8RJ5
The Ministry of Youth Empowerment & Sports says Thank YOU!
In commemoration of this historic day, October 19, 1983, when Grenadian revolutionary Prime Minister Maurice Bishop and other colleagues in the New Jewel Movement Party were assassinated by their ‘comrades’ and the US unilaterally invaded the small island.
Spice Youth Toronto Community Initiative & the Network For Pan-Afrikan Solidarity
Invites you to
Forward Ever! Independence, Revolution & Liberation.
Critical Perspectives on the New Jewel Movement, the Grenada Revolution & a Legacy of Pan-Afrikan Liberatory Struggle
Where: Room 5-170 (5th floor) OISE, University of Toronto
252 Bloor Street (near St. George subway)
Film: The Grenada Revolution Documentary
Performance by Hudson George
Dr. Alissa Trotz
Caribbean Studies at New College & Women & Gender Studies
University of Toronto
Mr. Caldwell Taylor
Former Grenadian Ambassador to the United Nations
Dr. Arnold Itwaru
Senior Lecturer, anti-colonial scholar & activist
University of Toronto
Marie Benjamin & Kadon Douglas
Event is Free *donations welcome*
Venue is wheelchair accessible & Childcare will be available
The Community Unity Alliance (CUA), a non-profit organization designed to assist community based groups in becoming independent and they have heard your cry. They have therefore, through the generous contributions of several scholarship donors, complied an extensive Black Scholarship and Bursary guide for students who are achieving and who require support for their continuing education.
Click here for download: black Scholarships Directory
**Please be advised the information contained in this publication is subject to change. Prior to the revised publication in 2006, changes and additions will be provided upon request. Contact 416-395-6475.