Working in partnership to improve the health and wellbeing of Black communities
Working closely with our partners — including grassroots groups, government, and business we aim to work collectively to address the challenges affecting the health and wellbeing of Black communities.
TAIBU Community Health Centre
Ontario Trillium Foundation
Each year, more than 3,000 applications are reviewed by hundreds of volunteers. In 2013, OTF celebrated its 30th anniversary as a grantmaker and thought leader.
Black Coalition for Aids Prevention
Sickle Cell Awareness Group of Ontario
The Olive Branch of Hope
CAMH Health Equity
Women's Health in Women's Hands Community Health Centre
The Walnut Foundation
The Afri-Can Food Basket
employment needs of members of the African Canadian community, in particular, those that who are economically and
East Metro Youth Services
Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth
The Sickle Cell Association of Ontario
Africans in Partnership Against AIDS
The Black Health Alliance has also enjoyed the support of many well-established community organizations and agencies such as Tropicana Community Services, Jamaican Canadian Association, Malvern Community Coalition, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Malvern Family Resource Centre, federal, provincial and municipal politicians, and several community churches.
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