St. Stephen's Community House

Trustee Services

Win-Win Partnerships 

Grassroots groups benefit from our mentorship, administrative and financial expertise

Organizational trusteeships are win-win for the organizations and for St. Stephen’s. Small community groups can fulfill their mandates, while we further our mission to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable people in high needs neighbourhoods. 

The need for social and economic justice has never been greater. We are proud to share our years of experience and organizational strength to help the following groups fulfill their mission:

  • 220 Oak. St Building Committee
  • AccessTO
  • Adornment Collective
  • Avenida Latina Magazine
  • Black Youth Mental Youth Alliance
  • Church - Wellesley Village BIA
  • Crossroads – Alexandra Park
  • Flaunt It Movement
  • Friends of Inspiration
  • Inspirations Studio
  • Lay Up Basketball
  • Legacy Pieces Collective
  • Moss Park Apartments Safety Committee
  • Mothers of Peace Group
  • Neptune Youth Council
  • Nikki Knows
  • Out of the Box (Social Enterprise)
  • Oxum Creative Collective
  • Real Talk, Real Solutions – Peacebuilders
  • Regent Park Community Healing Project
  • Revitalization Micro Grants (Lawrence Heights)
  • Rex Reads
  • Rivertowne Tenants
  • Sacraspice
  • Sick Muse Arts Projects
  • Sound Check Youth Arts Inc.
  • The Consent Workshop
  • The Youth
  • Toby’s Place
  • Toronto Drop-in Network
  • Toronto South Local Immigration Partnership
  • Youth United

Trusteeship Spotlight: Sacraspice

Sacraspice is a youth-led, Toronto-based group that teaches fundamental cooking skills to young people. Working in middle schools to demonstrate how cooking can be fun, nutritious, and tasty, Sacraspice makes bold and healthy spins on popular dishes and takes inspiration from a variety of cuisines and cultures to create “fusion-forward” dishes. Sacraspice’s goal is to build a generation of health-conscious change makers who use the skills they learn to positively affect the food systems in their communities.


For more information about trusteeships, please contact Loveleen at 416-925-2103 x 2241 or kloveleen@sschto.ca.