- Anti-Violence Initiatives (AVI)
- Arts and Culture
- Community Wellness
- Family and Children
- Financial Services
- Health Services
- Housing Services
- Legal Initiatives
- New to Canada
- Older 2SLGBTQ+ Adults
- Past Programs
- Recovery Support Groups
- Sport and Recreation
- Webinars and Trainings
- Youth Programming
The 519 Health Justice Hub is a one-stop program for 2SLGBTQ+ communities and neighbours looking for one-time legal supports, low-barrier access to health services, and social justice educational opportunities.
Drop in on Mondays to socialize and engage with other community members and get resources for support.
Drop by on Wednesdays for an opportunity to connect with others over discussions, screenings, games, and other skill-building exercises.
Are you a 50+ self-identifying 2SLGBTQ+ older adult? Join us on Thursdays for weekly programming and community building.
Bi-weekly meetup group for all racialized Trans identities to hang out and build community.
Join Cal Badger — Iyiniwok First Nation illustrator and comic book artist — for stories and drawing together. All are welcome. Backside to the Drawing Board is a free, public, learn-to-draw workshop…
The Rotary Club of Toronto Health Buses – operated by Sherbourne Health Centre – deliver mobile on-the-spot nursing care to homeless and under-housed people in the southeast Toronto neighbourhood, as…
This city-wide program helps vulnerable people get the identification they need to access health care, sources of income such as pensions, and other services.
The 519 Older 2SLGBTQ+ Adults Program provides people with opportunities to make deeper connections with their peers by socializing and learning through special events, guest speakers, and promoting related community resources.