WNC strives to create a safe and supportive place where everyone is welcome! We offer a number of community services including a clothing program, community computer access (18+ years),Neighbour 2 Neighbour visiting program, emergency support as well as a number of community programs.

Free Nutrition services

Your health and wellbeing is important to us! Our Community Team offers food and nutrition workshops, personal food counselling, food resource referrals, grocery assistance, Adult & Seniors Community Kitchen, Community Connect Food Gardens and more! For more information and to make an appointment, please contact Gaby: 416.392.1509 ext. 328 or email us at: community@waterfrontnc.ca

Community Support and Referral services

We can help to connect you to the resources you need: affordable housing, community programs, daycare subsidies, food access, legal services, etc. Please contact Gaby to make an appointment: 416.392.1509 x.328 | gaby@waterfrontnc.ca

Community Connect Food Gardens

Did you know that WNC has its very own community food gardens? Everyone is welcome to participate and there is no cost. Produce is used for healthy snacks/meals in our community programs and shared with community members. Don’t know how to garden? No worries – we offer weekly organic gardening workshops during the growing season (Spring/Summer/Fall) to show how easy it is to be an urban gardener!

Special thanks to our hardworking 2016 Corporate Employee Volunteers: Starbucks Canada, TELUS Canada, Corby Spirit & Wine and Hilton Hotels. We greatly appreciate the past financial support provided by the 1% Seeds of Change grant program, presented by Evergreen.

For full details about our 2017 Community Connect Garden program, click the link in the sidebar or contact Karen: 416.392.1509 x.315 | karen@waterfrontnc.ca

We’re excited about the upcoming growing season and are thrilled to welcome and thank Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport for their financial support of our 2017 community connect food gardening program!

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  • Adult and Seniors Community Kitchen

    Join us for an evening of learning and sharing new recipes, cooking skills and nutrition information while preparing delicious meal together.

    Twice per month on Tuesday: March 21, April 4, April 18, May 2, May 16, May 30, and June 13, 2017

    For more info contact Yaalini at 416.392.1509 ext 327 or yaalini.arul@waterfrontnc.ca

    Generously funded by the City of Toronto – Community Service Partnership Grant.

    Tuesday - twice per month
    5:30 - 7:30 pm
    7 sessions Spring
    Free

  • Community Knitting and Crochet Group

    Join us for a casual evening of knitting/crocheting and yarn crafts. We share patterns, lessons, and conversation. Bring your own supplies – some supplies may be available. Everyone is welcome!

    For more information, please contact Cassandra: 416.260.2576

    Thursday 7:00 - 8:45 pm Spring
    Winter

  • English As Second Language Program (ESL)

    This includes activities and lessons on daily-life scenarios which improves your confidence level while interacting with others. Meet people from all the different cultures and exchange fun facts.

    Minimum 6 Students Required to Start the ESL Class.

    For information please contact Elizabeth: 416.392.1509 ext. 327 or elizabeth@waterfrontnc.ca

    Full program description on page 33 of our Winter Program Guide.

    Thursday 10:00 - 11:00 pm 13 sessions Spring
    $83

    Supported by Government of Ontario – Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat, Seniors Community Grant Program

  • Liberty Village Toastmasters

    Looking to explore and improve your communication skills in a friendly and supportive environment? We can help!

    For more information, please contact: libertyvillage.TM@gmail.com www.libertyvillagetoastmasters.com

    Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 pm Spring
    Winter

  • MJKO Boxing Safety First Summer Challenge (Age 6 – 18)

    This challenge teaches participants basic boxing as a form of self-defense while learning some very important personal safety tips. All fitness levels welcome. A healthy snack will be provide. All equipment is provided. To register
    and for more info contact: info@mjko.ca

    Saturday 1:15 - 3:15 pm Spring
    Winter

  • Toronto Bathurst Lions Club

    Our mandate is to provide assistance to our neighbours especially youth in need. We meet at Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre on the first Wednesday of every month please join us!

    For information please contact Abdul Gamandie at 416-573-2949.

    First Wednesday of every month
    7:15 - 9:15 pm
    Spring
    Winter
    Free

  • WNC Neighbourhood Support & Referral Service

    We can help to connect you to the resources you need: Affordable Housing, Neighbourhood Programs, Daycare Subsidies, Food Access, Clothing, Education, Health Promotion, Health Issues, Legal Services, Neighbourhood Initiatives, Advocacy, Civic Engagement & more.

    Please contact Gaby to make an appointment: 416.392.1509 ext. 328 or gaby@waterfrontnc.ca

    By Appointment Spring
    Winter