The Cabbagetown Youth Centre

Contributed by Sharmini Fernando Candidate
The Cabbagetown youth Centre has provided free or close to free recreation, pre-school, summer camp, after-school and youth focused programs for over two decades, and we are looking forward to continuing to build upon this history of community service.

 
I am delighted to join a team of highly and dedicated staff and Board as the interim Executive Director.   As a community development worker, who has witnessed the power of people coming together to change their lives and the lives of their communities, I have been privileged to participate in community change making, organizational development, and personal empowerment both locally and globally.

 
I am looking forward to working with our diverse and multi-racial community to build on the history of the Cabbagetown Youth Centre and move us collectively forward.  Come and visit us and learn about our Programs Cabbagetown Youth Centre ,
2 Lancaster AveToronto, ON (416) 960-1032

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