Scadding Court Community Centre
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    707 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 2W6

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We are humbled by the generosity our friends and neighbourhood family have shown during this time. It has helped us ensure those who need it, are able to have a hot meal; those who need supplies or supports, are able to receive them, and those who need technology to stay connected to family, friends and programs at the Centre, have this.

SCCC is excited to learn that soon, with responsible physical distancing, we will be able to return to making sure our community is as food secure as possible. Through the slow process of reopening our community gardens, we are eager to get growing again, together! To help support our efforts to do this, any contribution will help.

Resources will go towards training volunteers, ensuring compliance around physical distancing, purchasing PPE and other necessary equipment, and supporting our gardeners, community members and volunteers in ensuring healthy, nutritious food is available to all. If you, or someone you know would like to donate, you can do so,  We appreciate your generosity and will issue a tax receipt for every contribution over $20.00 donated.

SCCC is working with our partner agencies, Alexandra Park Community Centre and Alexandra Park Neighbourhood Learning Centre, to coordinate and deliver emergency services to underserved and vulnerable residents.

Alexandra Park Community Centre continues to deliver critical lunchtime meals to low-income, racialized and newcomer seniors living in tall towers in the Alexandra Park/Atkinson Co-op community. Our community elders need us more than ever, now. As the neighbourhood continues to change with its ongoing revitalization, many under-served residents have been further isolated and placed on the margins by this pandemic. For more information on how you can help feed seniors and those in need, please consider supporting Alexandra Park Community Centre here. Every dollar counts.

Alexandra Park Neighbourhood Learning Centre continues to deliver critical literacy and information/referral services to under-serviced, low-income, often newcomer, adult learners. These times have become even more challenging for isolated, racialized, newcomer low-income communities. Keeping residents connected and learning, engaging and building networks is more important now that ever before. Please consider making a contribution to our adult literacy programs here.

Please know all your funds are going to support critical services and programs in a community that is significantly under-served and often unrecognized as a low-income pocket of a largely middle income neighbourhood.