Truth and Reconciliation Day

National Day of Truth and Reconciliation , also known as Orange Shirt Day, commemorates the thousands of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children who were removed from their homes at the end of summer and forced to attend residential schools. BGC staff and members from coast to coast wear orange shirts and host events as part of our Reconciliation efforts to remember residential school survivors.

Reopening Cabbagetown Youth Centre and Boxing Club

Thank you for your support! 

On September 10th, we hosted our Reopening of the Cabbagetown Youth Centre and Boxing Club event. We had over 150 people in attendance. Keynote speakers Mayor John Tory, former Mayor Barbara Hall, and MPP Kristyn Wong-Tam. 

On behalf of the dedicated staff, volunteers, and all supporters of BGC Toronto Kiwanis and Cabbagetown Youth Centre, we extend our gratitude to all our well-wishers for making the reopening of the centre and the Boxing Club such a success! 

The reopening is a testimony of our commitment, hard work, and time invested by several individuals. We want to thank everyone for making it a reality. 

We want to thank the community for coming out and supporting the Cabbagetown Youth Centre and Boxing Club’s official reopening. We are thrilled to see our community’s outpouring of support. 

100 Stories Campaign

100 Years, 100 Stories. Our Club is celebrating 100 years of service in 2021, and we can think of no better way to commemorate this milestone than having members of our community hear from you! Share your stories of your time with the Club.

No.More.Barriers. PSA

We’ve been hard at work for 120+ years helping young people, families, and communities across the country—now it’s time to shout our story from the rooftops.

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Opportunity Changes Everything
Capital Campaign

The Cabbagetown Youth Center (CYC) has now merged with BGC Toronto Kiwanis.

Now, we need your support to continue our critical work.

Working together, we can make a difference.

 

Happy Black History Month

As many of you must know, February is Black History Month also referred to as African Heritage Month. We are extremely proud to work and lead an organization that is dedicated to building an inclusive and safe space for our staff, our members, and our community.

In 2022, Canada’s theme for black history month is “Black Health and Wellness”, reflecting on the importance of acting now to address the continued barriers and racial inequities that exist. This month is an opportunity for us all to demonstrate our continued commitment to learning, listening, and engaging in difficult conversations and open dialogue that are necessary to move forward.

Happy Lunar New Year

We at BGCTK want to wish a Happy Lunar New Year to all our members who are celebrating!

100 Stories Campaign

100 Years, 100 Stories. Our Club is celebrating 100 years of service in 2021, and we can think of no better way to commemorate this milestone than having members of our community hear from you! Share your stories of your time with the Club

No.More.Barriers. PSA

We’ve been hard at work for 120+ years helping young people, families, and communities across the country—now it’s time to shout our story from the rooftops.

Watch our Most Recent 100 Stories Interview!

NO.16 | Dominique Robinson

100 Stories Campaign

Share Your Story!

After-School Program

Program Returns September 13!

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