Who We Are

Partners and Supporters

Partners and Supporters

The generosity of our supporters and donors provides life-changing opportunities for youth from across the City of Toronto.

Thank you for helping us work towards a more just and equitable society for young people. We are pleased to recognize the support of the following foundations and organizations. Their contributions are not just financial – they also serve as partners in our work, allowing us to do more together.

Institutional Funders

Peace Partners & Colleagues

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If you have any questions about your contribution, please contact Carl Chu, Director of Financial and Fundraising Management, at 416-960-0105 ext. 4 or via e-mail, cchu@peacebuilders.ca.

Community Partners

COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE NETWORK – REGENT PARK

The Community Crisis Response Program (CCRP)works across the City of Toronto in partnership with community members, agencies, and internal City divisions to enhance community safety. The CCRP team supports communities with the development of safety networks that create neighbourhood strategies which focus on Crisis Intervention, Crisis Prevention, and Crisis Preparation. Peacebuilders is a member of the Community Crisis Response Network in Regent Park.

FOCUS DOWNTOWN EAST (51 Division TPS)

Furthering Our Community by Uniting Services (FOCUS)is an innovative Community Safety and Well-Being Initiative co-led by the City of Toronto, United Way Toronto and Toronto Police Service that aims to reduce crime, victimization and improve community resilience and well-being.

The model brings together the most appropriate community agencies at a weekly situation table to provide a targeted, wrap around approach to the most vulnerable individuals, families, and places that are experiencing heightened levels of risk in a specific geographic location. Peacebuilders sit at the FOCUS Downtown East situation table.

REGENT PARK EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS NETWORK

The Regent Park Executive Directors Network shares a vision of working together to help build a neighborhood of inclusivity, facilitating effective social development through community engagement, partnership collaboration and leadership development.

SEEN COLLABORATIVE

Supporting the East End Neighbourhoods (SEEN) Collaborative brings together six youth-serving agencies to strengthen the quality and responsiveness of services for youth in conflict with the law. SEEN is working to develop a framework for communities to better support young people by connecting them to services that decrease known risk factors for recidivism and help young people reach their full potential.

Peacebuilders works in partnership with the following organization’s to achieve SEEN’s mission:

  • Central Neighbourhood House
  • Dixon Hall
  • Salvation Army
  • Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Club
  • Yonge Street Mission

Our Network

Peacebuilders is part of an extensive network of individuals, communities, and organizations committed to support young people and works towards social change. We work with partners at local, national, and international levels.

 

Educational Partners

Peacebuilders values our relationships with post-secondary institutions across the GTA. We believe in the importance of working closely with educational partners and students to provide engaging opportunities in the field of restorative justice.

  • Centennial College
  • George Brown College
  • Humber College
  • Ryerson University
  • Osgoode Hall Law School

If you are interested in learning more about our training, please visit our Services & Training page for more information.

If you are interested in learning more about our student placement opportunities, please visit our Volunteer page for more information