Then we are looking for YOU to join the team.
Join the executive or serve on a committee. No skills required just passion.
Internal Coordinator/Recording Secretary
Give Back Committee
Come hear reports from the outgoing executive and help us chart the direction forward for this organization.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Call 647-203-5957 if you prefer to speak to someone directly.
See you there.
August 14, 2014 – Toronto, Canada
Local Grenadian community organization, the Boca Toronto Support Group (BTSG) has announced the opening of its annual scholarship aimed at providing support to Grenadian students both in Grenada and Toronto. The BTSG headed by Jerry Ross will provide four scholarships worth $500 CAD to students on island and one scholarship to a Grenadian student in Toronto. Applicants need to have either recently completed their high school education and have been accepted into a post secondary institution – college or university. Additional details and application forms below. – Trisha M.
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Here’s a summer treat for you and your families!
Bring your sunglasses, sunscreen and towels and join us for a day of family fun on Sunday August 17 at Wild Water Kingdom! For only $10 enjoy access to the Water Park & complimentary picnic lunch – A $60 dollar value!
Presented with the kind support of the LaidLaw Foundation. Only 20 spots available. Reservations are First come – First serve.
Friday June 27th, Spice Youth Toronto will celebrate four years of community service at the elegant EPIC Lounge, located at 1355 St. Clair Ave W from 10pm,featuring LIVE performances by
Lesly Modeste (Brother B)
Spice Youth member and Ms. Grenada Day queen contestant Khandi (@earkhandi)
& Mr Munroe – Supa FiyaRas
Musical entertainment by our fantastic youth DJ’s – Hyper Prince, Selecta Vybz Kid & Kitron Eazysounds
We would love it if you could join us!
Be prepared for a true Grenadian celebration!
With thanks for your continued support.
$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 firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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.