The Toronto Urban Health Fund (TUHF) is a Toronto Public Health program that provides one and three-year project funding to non-profit community based organizations in Toronto to support initiatives under the following streams:
Prevention of HIV through sexual transmission
Child and youth resiliency
Indigenous HIV and substance misuse prevention programming
The TUHF 2021 funding cycle will be launching on September 1, 2020. The Expression of Interest (EOI) form can be downloaded from the TUHF website at that time. The EOI form submission deadline is Oct 21, 2020 at 4:00 pm.
The upcoming funding cycle will be for one-year Innovation or Needs Assessments projects.
An Innovation project responds to new and/or emerging HIV and /or substance misuse health issues, provides an opportunity to test new and innovative interventions, policies and can include pilot projects.
A Needs Assessment project provides an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the prevention needs of an at-risk or high-risk population.
Three EOI writing workshops will be offered in September for those wanting to learn more about the TUHF program, the application process and developing EOI writing skills. Click here to register.
NCFST is hosting a Ceremonial Circle instead of Culture Night to honour & mourn the 215 children found at the Kamloops Indian Residential School, B.C. The Circle will consist of prayers, songs and a talking circle to help process this difficult information.
Apply while spots last! Announcing our upcoming program: Sisters Prosper! This intensive bootcamp empowers immigrant women with hard/soft career skills, meaningful connections and internships, and wellness/mental health practices.
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We are all role models for the next generation.
At our upcoming Circle event on May 20th at 7pm MDT we will explore why feminism could be good for raising children and youth.
Our event is open to everyone! Register on Eventbrite eventbrite.ca/e/next-gen-men…
Learn to network confidently, conduct company research to find employment opportunities, make cold contacts, and conduct information interviews in our webinar ‘Understanding the Labour Market’, watch here > bit.ly/3eU1N66
Join us on May 25 on a year’s review on the aftermath of the global outcry on Anti-Black Racism. We will examine the progress made & steps forward. We will also have the launch of SfC's Black Leadership Institute on Social Action for Change. Don’t miss it. ow.ly/hGYR50EJdHbpic.twitter.com/qkSIMlVeyk