This video illustrates the wisdom of children, a process that is echoed at the East Scarborough Storefront through the Community Design Initiative.
On November 2nd, the East Scarborough Storefront and 50+ cultural organizations across the GTA will be at the Create Spaces Partnership Exchange, a FREE, 1-day event devoted to advancing creative spaces in every corner of the city. Register here:
Hundreds of East Scarborough children and youth are learning to play tennis, rugby, and more in a groundbreaking program co-designed and jointly run by community organizations and UTSC Athletics department.
On September 19th we are asking you to join our Run for Fun…so kid’s can play…a chance to get active, build community and raise funds for kids activities all at the same time!
On March 30, Director of the East Scarborough Storefront, Anne Gloger, spoke at Maytree’s Five Good Ideas about Collaboration: Moving Forward. See the link below for the talk.
We are very excited to announce that The Storefront has been chosen by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Ministry of Children and Youth to further develop our cross community organizing approach to increase the access and influence of local youth in their neighbourhood!
Today we held a brief grant announcement with the Hon. Tracy MacCharles, Minister of Children and Youth Services, MPP Mitzie Hunter and our CEO Andrea Cohen Barrack at the East Scarborough Storefront. Thank you to all who took part in the grant announcement. For more information, please check the media release announcing all the YOF grants.
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Year 2 YOF Grants List: YOF 2014-2015
Twitter: @ONTrillium #YOFatOTF
Facebook: Youth Opportunities Fund (photos from the grant announcement will be posted shortly)