Our Donors and Partners

Our Funders and Donors

We acknowledge the generous support we have received over the past 25 years that has kept our doors opened. From the many individuals who regularly give to help us meet our operational expenses, to the funders of our many programs who afford us the stability that ensures a meaningful relationship with our participants.

We therefore thank the many individuals, organizations, foundations, elected officials and businesses whose continuing commitment and support make our work possible. Without you, we cannot carry on our work here in Weston.

A large portion of our funding comes from individuals, some of whom make monthly contributions, and we can’t express enough our appreciation of these faithful donors. Many of you support our various fundraising efforts, especially our BIG Breakfast events hosted at different locations in Weston as well as at the Uxbridge Baptist Church. We sincerely thank you.

Our key and community supporters include:

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Weston Park Baptist Church
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The Grocery Foundation

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CIOT
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 Weston Foundation

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Kooy Brothers

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TD Canada Trust


Ministry of Economic Development and Growth

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All Canadian Self-Storage

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Royal Bank Foundation

Partnerships – Cornerstone for Success

Frontlines feels privileged to have formed strong relationships with partners to help transform our community. We believe that partnerships allow us to draw on the expertise and extended resources to better serve the Weston community, resulting in more children and youth served.

Our core partners are:

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The Weston Park Baptist Church (WPBC), a founding member of Frontlines, has supported Frontlines and the work we do for the children and community of Weston since its inception in 1987.

 

The Toronto Baptist Intercultural Services partners with Frontlines in the delivery of ESL classes to the many newcomers in our community who do not speak English.

Through the Youth Skills Connections Grant, The Ontario Government provided funding for our Catering Careers Program, a free 16 – week culinary training program for youth ages 18-29.

The Weston Area Emergency Support food bank provides food for a growing number of families in Weston-Mt. Dennis. It shares the space at 1844 Weston Road with Frontlines.

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World Vision provides us with funding for programs as well as with leadership development support for our staff.

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The Uxbridge Baptist Church has embraced us as a mission and hosts a number of our fundraising activities.

 

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The Police from Division 12 partner with Frontlines to offer programs to the youth and to build relationships with the community.

 

 

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A community partner that works alongside us to provide free camps to the children and youth of Weston and surrounding communities.

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A community partner that works alongside us to provide free camps to the children and youth of Weston and surrounding communities.

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We would like to extend our sincere appreciation and thanks to the Rexdale and Caledonia Home Depots for their ongoing support. The tremendous dedication and commitment of this team help keep our doors open for the children and youth we serve. Thank you for your generous contributions and for partnering with us to make a difference in our community!

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SoundCheck is a youth-led organization stationed within the Weston-Mount Dennis community that empowers youth facing barriers through music and peer-mentorship programs

Along with our core partners, our elected representatives, Councillor Frances Nunziata, MPP Laura Albanese and MP Mike Sullivan, are also very supportive of Frontlines and the programs we offer to the children and youth of Weston.

In addition, we work closely with other community and service organizations in and around Weston/Mt Dennis including UrbanArts, York West Active Living Centre, Unison, COSTI, Weston Lions Club, the various Rotary Clubs and the Police Community Liaison Committee.

We also have strong relationships with the business communities in and around Weston including the Weston BIA, the Eglinton Hills BIA, Go Transit/ Metrolinx, Shoppers Drug Mart, Cruickshank Motors, Ward Funeral Home and Squibbs, among others.