Toronto non-profits meeting in parks, shopping malls as rental space becomes unaffordable

Many non-profits, especially grassroots groups, can’t afford to work in the communities they serve as affordable space becomes hard to find

Why It Matters

Not having a permanent space in the neighbourhoods they serve further marginalizes Toronto's vulnerable communities and threatens to close down vital programming.

The group that has worked for 15 years to revitalize R.V. Burgess Park in Toronto says they are forced to meet outside there as they can’t afford a permanent space nearby.

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