One of The Storefront’s greatest successes comes from helping organizations to work strategically, creatively and collectively to support initiatives that improve community wellbeing.  There are dozens of organizations working together in East Scarborough to affect positive change…and the list continues to grow.  Check out the organizations and institutions currently involved with the East Scarborough Storefront:

East Scarborough Works Collaborators:

University of Toronto Scarborough

Ontario Nonprofit Network

Toronto Community Benefits Network

East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club

Scarborough Collaborative Employment Network East: PCPI, JVS, YWCA Centennial College, ACCESS

Toronto Employment and Social Services

Hospitality Workers Training Centre

Labour Community Services

Frontier College

Sport for Change Partners Collaborators:

University of Toronto Scarborough

Malvern Family Resource Centre

East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club

Wexford Soccer Club

4010 Boys and Girls F.C

KGO Kicks

Toronto Community Housing Corporation

St Margaret's Public School

Also supported by

Scarborough Referees Association, Toronto Sport Council and Scarborough Soccer Association and Scarborough Multisport Collaborative

Tower Neighbourhood Renewal Collaborators:


City of Toronto Tower Renewal


Toronto Public Health

Friends of Pan Am Path

Toronto Region Conservation Authority

Consultants and Advisors

Graphic and web design: 12thirteen

Organizational evaluation and strategy: Openly

Project evaluation: Openly, Student Commission and University of Toronto

Architecture and Design: Sustainable.TO

Policy and systems advisor: Gillian Mason Consultancy