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St. Stephen's Community House

Trustee Hub

Fulfilling their mandates

Trusteeships help grassroots groups through mentorship, administrative and financial expertise

Organizational trusteeships help the organizations and The Neighbourhood Group. By accessing our experience and expertise, small community groups build on their visions, while we further our mission to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable people in high needs neighbourhoods.

In 2019-2020, these community organizations furthered their mandates through our trusteeship:

  • Afghan Youth Engagement and Development Initiative
  • Black Women in Motion
  • BWIM Employment Program
  • Butterfly Project
  • Camp Kinxfolk
  • Direct Your Life
  • ENAGB Youth Program
  • Good Sort
  • HeART Communities
  • Healing as One
  • Inkspire
  • Inspirations Studio
  • Out of The Box
  • Rainbow West
  • Revitalization Micro Grants (Lawrence Heights)
  • Rexdale Youth Mentorship
  • Rise in STEM
  • Save Our Somali Youth
  • Serenity
  • Sis to Sis
  • Sister Code
  • Sister Cxrcle
  • Snackables
  • Soundcheck
  • The People's Youth Film Program
  • Toronto Drop-in  Network
  • Toronto South Local Immigration Partnership
  • Weston Coalition for Community Success
  • Youth United

Find out more about our organizational trustee services or contact Linda at 416-925-2103 x 1990 or

Trusteeship Spotlight: Black Women in Motion

A grassroots organization that empower and supports the advancement of black women and survivors of sexual violence, Black Women in Motion creates culturally-relevant content, educational tools, healing spaces and economic opportunities for black women most in need. Two of their employment programs focus on youth, and they have started researching race-based data in Toronto to determine the correlation of poor social determinants of health to gender-based violence in black communities. During COVID-19, Black Women in Motion established a fund to help black women experiencing food and income insecurity.