Social Planning Toronto plays a leadership role, working with residents and nonprofit organizations in community coalitions, partnership projects and local initiatives across Toronto. This work promotes social justice, equity and engagement in our city. It builds local leadership, works to amplify the voices and perspectives of residents often excluded from public policy-making, and brings new programs and resources to communities.
Social Planning Toronto is excited to partner with the City of Toronto to support the Neighbourhood Grants Program.
The Coalition for Alternatives to Streaming in Education is a group of Toronto-based organizations, community groups, and residents committed to promoting student success and to ending the practice of streaming in Ontario schools.
Commitment TO Community is a coalition of everyday residents, faith communities, nonprofit groups and community organizations working to build a better, fairer and more inclusive Toronto through active engagement at City Hall.
Faith in the City seeks to encourage faith communities to engage with their neighbourhoods, to reach across their traditional faith boundaries and partner with other faith communities, non-profit organizations, and the City of Toronto, to build healthier neighbourhoods, and to be active in creating a better city for everyone.
For more than 15 years, Middle Childhood Matters Coalition Toronto has been working to make Toronto a city where all children 6-12 years old and their families have equitable opportunities and resources to thrive. We bring parents and service providers together to highlight the importance of middle childhood and access to out-of-school-time programs.
The SPACE Coalition is diverse group of city and provincial organizations, community groups and individuals that aims to maximize community use of public space.
The Toronto Nonprofit Network is a new and growing city-wide network of more than 100 nonprofit organizations from a wide range of sectors including social services, arts and culture, health, education and sports and recreation. We bring the diverse voices of the city’s nonprofit sector to government, funders and business to create and influence systemic change.