Here’s What’s Happening In March

In This Month’s Issue:

Community Spotlight: La Passerelle I.D.É 
What’s Happening in Community: CEE, Positive Vibes TO, The Clinic
Feature Article: Inspiring Black Women
Events: Investment Workshop, BIPOC Mixer, Housing Information
Funding Opportunities: Rise Up Scholarship, Civic Events Funding Program, Nahom Berhane Scholarship
Employment Opportunities:  Parents of Black Children, The Standard, Adornment Stories

And More!



CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals is currently accepting interested black youths between the ages of 18-30 to participate in our Insurance and E-Trades Programs.
Contact us today for more information!

We’re bringing the Excel Youth program back for another year thanks to the generous support of the Laidlaw Foundation!Youth between the ages of 18-25, who are at risk or have been involved in the justice and/or child welfare system, will participate in a series of life skill-building/educational and engaging workshops. The workshops will equip them with tangle tools for success in their community and overall life.

Sample workshops:
– Entrepreneurship
– Mental Health
– Marketing
-Black Identity & ABR
– Knowing your rights
+ field trips

Registration is free. Spots are limited. Youth will receive $500 honorarium for participating.

The link for Registration and eligibility is in our bio:

In 2023, “Who’s Hungry” by the Daily Bread and North York Harvest reported that 1 in 10 people residing in Toronto require the aid of food banks to maintain food security.Over the past few years, The Clinic has consistently advocated for community wellness through yearly food initiatives in an effort to improve the quality of life for those impacted by this crisis.

This year, we have been provided the funding to offer support to individuals and families in need.


Registration will be available until March 22, 2024 to those residing in the City of Toronto (this includes the areas of Etobicoke, York, North York, Toronto, East York and Scarborough).

Registrants will receive their delivery on March 24, 2024.

𝙏𝙤 𝙧𝙚𝙜𝙞𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙧 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙖 𝙛𝙤𝙤𝙙 𝙥𝙖𝙘𝙠𝙖𝙜𝙚:
• Visit our website and complete the registration form at:
• Email us at: or;
• Give us a call or text: 647.547.5163

𝘛𝘩𝘪𝘴 𝘱𝘳𝘰𝘫𝘦𝘤𝘵 𝘩𝘢𝘴 𝘣𝘦𝘦𝘯 𝘧𝘶𝘯𝘥𝘦𝘥 𝘣𝘺 𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘊𝘪𝘵𝘺 𝘰𝘧 𝘛𝘰𝘳𝘰𝘯𝘵𝘰 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘰𝘳𝘦𝘥 𝘣𝘺 𝘊𝘌𝘌 𝘊𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘳𝘦 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘉𝘭𝘢𝘤𝘬 𝘗𝘳𝘰𝘧𝘦𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘰𝘯𝘢𝘭𝘴

🎨✨ Calling all Black Women Artists! 🎨
This is your sign to join us at our upcoming exhibit: “She Paints Her Story”. 🖌️ From paintings, photography, short films, poetry, dance performances, and more. We’re celebrating the diverse talents of Black women in the arts in the GTA!
As a token of our appreciation, every artist will receive a $50 honorarium, 2 TTC tickets, and a luxurious self-care gift basket featuring goodies from your favorite and local brands. 🎁 And guess what? Our supportive attendees will also be treated to their very own self-care gift basket!

🗓️ Mark your calendars for March 23rd at 11:30 AM for an unforgettable experience filled with art, brunch by a local chef, and the opportunity to connect with fellow creatives.

Want to showcase your art? Click the link in our bio to sign up as an artist! 🌟 And for those who want to show their support, there’s another link waiting for you to register. Together, let’s uplift and empower Black women in the arts community.

Let’s paint the town with creativity and celebrate the stories that make us who we are. Don’t miss out – join us on March 23rd and let’s make magic together! ✨

Click here to


Are you a young changemaker interested in learning how to raise sustainable funds for your social impact endeavours?Our ‘Making Money as a Changemaker’ series is a 7-session capacity-building initiative focused on equipping young changemakers with tangible and diverse strategies for acquiring revenue for their changemaking endeavours. Participants will experience a series of intensive trainings, co-working sessions and in-person workshops led by fundraising experts.

The program will take place weekly on Wednesday evenings from April 24th to June 8th, 2024. The cost is $100 for ALL 7 sessions.

Click here to



Inspiring Black Women
Written by: Matius Daniel

In celebration of the unwavering resilience and remarkable achievements of Black women, it’s essential to highlight the profound impact they continue to make across diverse professions. From business to politics, film, and social justice advocacy, Black women stand as pillars of strength and catalysts for positive change within their communities and beyond. As we honor their contributions throughout March, let us also recognize that support for these trailblazers is not confined to specific calendar dates but should be upheld year-round. In this spirit, let’s delve into the inspiring stories of Beverly Mascoll for business, Jean Augustine for politics, Alliston Duke for film, and Adebola Adefioye for social justice, each exemplifying the enduring legacy of Black excellence and the ongoing need to amplify their voices and achievements past and present.

Beverly Mascoll was a trailblazing businesswoman known for her significant contributions to the world of entrepreneurship and business leadership. As the founder and CEO of several successful ventures, including Mascoll Beauty Supply Inc., she has demonstrated exceptional acumen in the beauty and retail industries. Mascoll has not only achieved personal success but has also been dedicated to empowering other aspiring entrepreneurs, particularly women and minorities, through mentorship and advocacy initiatives. Her commitment to excellence and community upliftment has solidified her status as a respected figure in both the business world and beyond.

Jean Augustine is a distinguished Canadian politician and advocate for social justice, renowned for her ground-breaking achievements in public service. As the first Black woman elected to the Parliament of Canada, she has left an indelible mark on the country’s political landscape. Augustine’s tenure as a Member of Parliament was marked by her tireless advocacy for gender equality, racial justice, and educational reform. Beyond her political career, she has continued championing various causes, including the advancement of women and minorities in leadership roles. Augustine’s legacy serves as an inspiration to aspiring politicians and activists striving to create a more inclusive and equitable society.

Alliston Duke is a visionary filmmaker who has made significant contributions to the world of cinema through her ground-breaking work both behind and in front of the camera. With a diverse portfolio spanning various genres, she has garnered acclaim for her creativity, storytelling prowess, and commitment to diversity and representation in film.
Later going on to found OYA Emerging Filmmakers Program (formerly Black Youth! Pathway2Industry), a 3-year initiative to support black youth who are graduates of film, television and digital media programs access essential training, mentors, networks and film industry spaces. Through her artistry and advocacy, she continues to challenge stereotypes and create opportunities for underrepresented voices, making her a pivotal figure in the ongoing evolution of cinema.

Adebola Adefioye is a passionate advocate for social justice and human rights, dedicated to effecting positive change in her community and beyond. As a prominent activist and community organizer, she has been at the forefront of numerous campaigns and initiatives to address systemic inequalities and injustices. Adefioye’s work encompasses a wide range of issues, including racial discrimination, police brutality, and access to education and healthcare. Through her leadership and grassroots organizing, she has inspired countless individuals to join the fight for a more just and equitable society. Adefioye’s unwavering commitment to social justice serves as a beacon of hope and resilience for marginalized communities everywhere.

The bios only provide a glance at the resilience and achievements of Black women across various professions and their profound impact on society. It highlights the ongoing need to support black women doing amazing things all year round. Overall, there are plenty of phenomenal women creating an enduring legacy of Black excellence helping to make to world a better place for our communities and serving as a source of inspiration.


Visit and search for Flip Academy to register for the Investment Workshop!

🌱✨ Community Consultation Alert! Join us for a BIPOC mixer and conversation on equity in Calgary’s physical landscapes as part of our Planting Seeds to Bloom series! 🏙️🌿🗓️ Date: March 20th 2024
📍 Location: The Edison, 150 9 Avenue SW, Calgary
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

We’re thrilled to collaborate with the City of Calgary to explore how BIPOC communities experience our physical environments. This consultation is a crucial part of shaping the City’s future plans, focusing on equity, mobility, transit, and neighborhood development.

We’re looking for Calgarians who have a keen interest in climate justice and equity, if that sounds like you, register using the link in our bio!

What to Expect:

  • Climate Mixer: Kick-off the evening with beverages and refreshments, fostering connections within our community.
  • Community Conversation: In the second part of the evening we’ll use prompts to start the dialogue about the different physical aspects of our community.
  • 🌍 Your Voice Matters! Be a part of this transformative experience and contribute to a more accessible, equitable, and inclusive Calgary. Limited spots available, and participants will receive $25.00!

Ready to join the conversation? Register now using this link and let’s shape the future together! 🌟

We invite youth ages 13-29 to join us for a housing information session on March 20th! We will cover the following topics:
Register via the QR code & see you there ! 🏠💰💭

Workplace wellbeing is entering the mainstream of social change. However, managers, leaders and teams are facing chronic stress, microaggressions, anxiety and burnout, as well as the early onset of chronic illness.Click here to learn more and


Pressing health inequities and disparities cause Black Canadians to experience poorer health outcomes. Despite being a significant demographic, the lack of literature documenting the health inequities and of a comprehensive national strategy to improve the health of Black communities in Canada is problematic.Black Opportunity Fund (BOF)’s Health Working Group, is hosting an insightful national virtual townhall session aimed at laying the groundwork for the development of a National Black Health Strategy and Policy. For more details visit our

website here.

Please join us! We love to share our love for volunteerism ⭐️Come join us to make more connections with volunteers in the community !

Join us on March 23rd at 2:15pm for an inspiring panel discussion as part of the Harmony of Cultures Festival! We’re thrilled to present “BIPOC Women in Leadership Roles: Overcoming Barriers to Career Advancement” featuring esteemed panelists Dr. Laura Mae Lindo (@lauramaelindo), Lianne Hannaway (@blackgirlrich), and moderated by Mikhailla Matthias (@miki_matt).Don’t miss this empowering conversation! Tickets are free thanks to our sponsor, the Government of Canada. Reserve yours now!

Visit the website for ticket details and information!

We will be holding our 8th annual 1UP Toronto Conference event on Saturday, March 23rd and Sunday, March 24th in downtown Toronto at 80 Cooperage St, Toronto ON, M5A 0J3. The 1UP Toronto Conference is a free event open to all high school students within Ontario.

As part of the two-day event, we will have a scavenger hunt, design jam, networking, trivia games, and more! It is a great opportunity for students to meet professionals and other high school students interested in city-building and related career paths (eg. urban planning, architecture, engineering, and design) while having lots of fun! The winning team of the design jam will win a cash prize of $300 and 3D printed trophies.
For more information and to register, please visit our website: 

The inaugural BSO Symposium is set for April 2, 2024 at the spectacular state-of-the-art venue, the Toronto Region Board of Trade. The BSO Symposium is not just an event; it’s a movement, and the first of its kind. Spread over two days, the Symposium will offer:

  • Interviews, keynotes, and inspiring performances
  • Workshops and roundtables
  • Purposeful networking and fantastic parties
Purchase your tickets here!

Healthy leadership is an ecosystem cultivator. Thriving leaders generate rippling impact beyond the four-walls of their organization and their choices can catalyze positive change across the Employment Services Ecosystem, influencing jobseekers, employers, and community.This day of inspiring and thought-provoking conversation attracts hundreds of government, industry and sector leaders, professionals, educators, funders, and researchers. Together, we explore new challenges and opportunities to advance workforce development in Ontario.

The Summit will take place on April 16th at Metro Toronto Convention Centre! Purchase your tickets here! 

We are so excited to invite you back to Nonprofit Driven, and look forward to connecting with you on May 14-15, 2024 at the Toronto Reference Library. As nonprofits continue to face daunting challenges and navigate rapidly changing contexts, let’s get together to dream big about how we can shape the future of our sector.

Our conference is Ontario’s largest nonprofit public policy forum, where you can expect to dig into topics that span from advocacy to social finance. Most importantly, Nonprofit Driven is a space to have fun, gain insights from diverse sector leaders, and contribute to the collective heartbeat that sustains nonprofit work! We will be releasing information about sessions, opportunities to network, plenaries, and workshops in the coming months.

Visit the website for details and ticket information!

Mark your calendar! The dates for the 4th National Black Canadians Summit have now been announced. We look forward to seeing you September 6 – 8, 2024 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal, in Québec.

Stay tuned

#SPCN2024 À vos agendas ! Les dates du 4e Sommet pancanadien des communautés noires sont désormais annoncées. Nous avons hâte de vous voir les 6, 7 et 8 septembre 2024 au Palais des congrès.

Restez à l’affût

Funding Opportunities

Youth-Led Community Crisis Response Fund
The City of Toronto empowers youth-led initiatives addressing community crises. Apply for funding to make a difference in your neighborhood. Visit the City of Toronto
website for the latest application deadlines.

Black Entrepreneur Program
The Black Opportunity Fund supports Black entrepreneurs in their business ventures. Explore opportunities for funding and resources. Please check the Black Opportunity Fund
website for the latest application deadlines.

BOF Black Business Loan Program
The BOF Black Business Loan Program offers financial support to Black-owned businesses. Apply now to access capital for your enterprise. Visit the Black Opportunity Fund
website for application deadlines.

Black Entrepreneurship and Skilled Trades Foundation Program
The B.E.S.T program aims to prepare the next generation of Black identified entrepreneurs and young business leaders to launch successful businesses in the Skilled Trades. We are seeking applicants who are passionate with a desire to take their business to the next level. Successful candidates will possess an entrepreneurial mindset as well as a commitment to learn more. Please review our Application Page or contact us at
Visit the website for details.

Taylor Taliesin Foundation
The Taylor Taliesin Foundation’s mission is to support and empower women and children through arts and education. Visit the
website for more details.

Rise Up Scholarship
A social impact initiative designed to celebrate women’s spirit and achievements in tech. In honor of 2024 International Women’s Day, we’re proud to offer this partial scholarship to empower women aspiring to get into tech to pursue their dreams and make a difference in the tech industry. Visit the
website for more details.
Application Deadline: March 20, 2024

The Winning Seed Pitch Competition
This is your opportunity to realize your dream project with the help of a micro-grant and mentorship! The contest was born out of a desire to support youth in their HIV advocacy initiatives and to give them the support needed to realize their vision. Visit the website for more details.
Application Deadline: March 26, 2024

Civic Events Funding Program
The City of Ottawa invites local not-for-profit organizations, such as community groups and associations to apply for up to $3,000 in Civic Events funding. Visit the
website for more details.
Application Deadline: March 28, 2024

Nahom Berhane Scholarship
The Nahom Berhane Scholarship for Leadership and Inclusion provides assistance to youth with a proven track record of volunteerism, community service and leadership in the community, who are in need of financial support to attend a post-secondary institution including universities, colleges and professional trades training. Visit the
website for more details.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2024

Community Grant Program
This grant program provides funds to community programming across three themes; the healthy growth and development of children and youth, individual and community well-being, nonprofit and community leadership. Visit the
website for more details.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2024

HRM Community Grants Program
The program provides annual cash grants to registered non-profit organizations and charities located throughout the Halifax region. There are two types of grants: a project grant of up to $5,000 OR a capital grant of up to $25,000. Visit the
website for more details.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2024

Communities, Reconciliation, Climate Funding
Founded in 1937, wthe McConnell Foundation supports organizations working to address community resilience, reconciliation, and climate change. Visit the
website for more details.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2024

Halton Region Community Investment Fund
The Halton Region Community Investment Fund (HRCIF) supports non-profit human service programs that enhance the health, safety and well-being of Halton residents. Visit the
website for more details.
Applications open: April 1, 2024

Youth Innovations Scale Grant
Scale your successful project with a proven model to expand your reach or enhance your impact on young people. Visit the
website for details.
Deadline: April 17, 2024

Youth Innovations Test Grant
Find solutions to issues facing young people. Research important issues, explore different approaches, and test new ideas. Visit the
website for details.
Deadline: April 17, 2024

Canada Arts Training Fund
The Canada Arts Training Fund (CATF) supports arts training in Canada. The CATF provides financial support for the ongoing operations of Canadian arts organizations that specialize in training artists for professional national or international artistic careers, at the highest levels. Visit the
website for more details.
Application Deadline: June 30, 2024

Creative Communities Projects
The Creative Communities Projects program provides funding to Toronto-based professional artists, artist collectives and non-profit organizations to pursue one-time or time-limited arts projects that enable public participation and engagement in arts and culture. The maximum grant available in this program is $15,000. Visit the
website for details.
Application Deadline: August 1, 2024

Employment Opportunities

Investment Principal, Black Opportunity Fund
The Managing Partner will report to the Investment Directors and Investment Committee of BOF Capital. The position is responsible for overseeing the investments, and the team of investment associates & investment analysts of BOF Capital, including the investment portfolio of portfolio businesses. The position and investments will be guided by the BOF Capital Investment Policy.

Visit the website for job details and application instructions.

Chief Executive Officer, Parents of Black Children           
Parents of Black Children (PoBC) offers an extraordinary opportunity for a transformative leader to serve as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at a crucial turning point in the organization’s journey. Founded with a resolute mission to dismantle anti-Black racism in education and adjacent systems, PoBC has grown under the stewardship of a dedicated co-founder and CEO, who has passionately led the organization for over 3.5 years. The incoming CEO will inherit a vital role, tasked with shaping the future of PoBC, choosing between nurturing its grassroots foundation or propelling its growth into a major non-profit force. 

Visit the link for job details and application instructions.

Board of Directors – Secretary, The Standard
The Canadian Black Standard is looking for a dynamic and skilled Marketing leader in Canada to join our volunteer Board of Directors as a Secretary (Project Manager).

If you’re interested or you know of somebody who would be great for this role, please send an email to outlining:

  • Contact information
  • A 300 word biographical summary with relevant experience
  • An attachment of your resume

Eligible candidates are active in the Marketing and Communications sector in Canada, have a passion for advancing and empowering Canadian Black womxn in the Marketing sector, strong corporate relationships, and are eager to put their enthusiasm and expertise to work on a national scale.

Apply by April 1st, 2024. 📨

Operations Director, Adornment Stories       
The Operations Director is responsible for overseeing program operations, evaluations and staff engagement. They will be working closely with our third party evaluators, external contractors and internal staff. The Operations Director is responsible for contracts, bookings, timelines, office management and the overall work plan success for Adornment Stories programming and teams. This role includes grant application collaboration, team management and leadership, booking workspaces, booking guest facilitators and ensuring the team meets all major milestones in a timely manner.

Visit the link for job details and application instructions..

Events Administrator, Executive Platforms Inc

Executive Platforms builds world-class forums to facilitate the sharing of ideas among the senior leadership of businesses and organizations with common objectives, interests, and challenges. Through careful and concerted effort based upon decades of experience, we work to elevate the conversation and provide all our stakeholders with a trusted platform to network, benchmark, learn, and grow together to inspire success in their working lives.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Public Engagement and Events Coordinator, Ministry of Transportation   
The Ministry of Transportation is seeking an accomplished events professional to lead, plan, and execute high-profile media conferences, photo ops, tours, video shoots and more. This role is instrumental in shaping the ministry’s engagement with stakeholders, showcasing its priorities, and promoting awareness for ministry programs and public services. This will require regular travel throughout the province in locations with limited access to public transportation. 

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.


Manager, Operations and Partnerships, Toronto Metropolitan University
The manager will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Health, Equity and Community Wellbeing program which includes collaboration with academic partners and stakeholders.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply. 

Community Revitalization Assistant – Temporary and Permanent Eligibility List, Toronto Community Housing   
The Community Revitalization Assistant will work as part of the Revitalization team to plan and implement community development activities which support the Engagement, Community Economic and Social Development goals of the project.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Housing Partnerships Coordinator, Interval House 
Established in 1973, Interval House is Canada’s first shelter for women and children experiencing abuse. We are trailblazers in the campaign for women’s empowerment and independence and we provide innovative, specialized, and transformative services that help to break the cycle of intimate partner violence.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Project Manager, Halton Black Voices
This role is critical in driving the project towards achieving its goals, ensuring effective staff and volunteer management, and overseeing all aspects of project execution. The Project Manager will work closely with community stakeholders, partners and the funders to ensure project success.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Project Coordinator, Halton Black Voices
The Project Coordinator will play a crucial role in supporting the project’s execution, focusing on professional development, volunteer onboarding, and governance support. This position offers the opportunity to contribute to meaningful community development projects, working closely with a dedicated team in a flexible, hybrid work setting.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Black Health Manager, NACCA Community   
NACCA is seeking a part-time Black Health Manager. This new position within the Mental Health Program will increase mental wellness support services, including individual and group counselling sessions, workshops, and recreational activities, that are focused on improving the mental health and well-being of the Black community.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Program Manager, Urban Arts     
The Program Manager plays a crucial role in creating accessible arts spaces, arts programming, and arts services within the former City of York. The successful candidate will be responsible for fully animating our two locations (5 Bartonville Rd E. and 34 John St.) and partner sites with arts-based programs and services for artists and the broader community. The Program Manager becomes a leader and representative of the organization, managing youth and community engagement to ensure we have strong outreach and meet the needs of the community and artists.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Youth Program Coordinator, Black Business Initiative – Business Is Jammin’
Business is Jammin’ is comprised of three main components: identification of young talent, training, and business development. Supporting the Manager, Business is Jammin’, the Youth Program Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the implementation of all Business is Jammin’ components targeting youth from ages eight to 35. The Youth Program Coordinator will also lead some BIJ initiatives, and support some BBI initiatives as required.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Relief Food Service Worker, St. Michael’s Homes
Reporting to the Food Services Coordinator, the Relief Food Services Worker is primarily responsible for assisting in the production and delivery of healthy and attractive meals to clients at different sites of St. Michael’s Homes to aid in their recovery from the impact of addictions.

Visit the link for more details on how to apply.

Volunteer Board Member, FoodShare
FoodShare Toronto is currently seeking Black and Indigenous candidates to join our Board of Directors
Visit the website for job details and application instructions.
Deadline: Ongoing

Youth Delegates – Youth Policy Table, Toronto Community Benefits Network
Organizations that are invested in equity-deserving groups accessing good jobs in the construction sector, are encouraged to refer youth delegates.We are seeking referrals of Black, Indigenous, and other racialized (BIPOC) youth aged 16-25.

Our ideal candidate will be interested in the construction industry and advancing community benefits agreements in the sector.

Youth Delegates will have the opportunity to:

✅ Collaborate with other youth in a systems-change environment.
✅ Become knowledgeable about Community Benefits Agreements, in the policy environment.
✅ Develop standards and best practices for Community Benefits Agreements.
✅ Build networks that will strengthen their access to leadership opportunities.

To learn more about the project, please contact: or visit the website.

Black Career Mentors Needed, The PREP Academy
We are seeking Black Career Mentors in the fields of Health, Science, Social Work and Child & Youth to motivate high school students pathway, share your experience and insights to your career and help students understand and gain experience in workplaces.
The PREP Academy’s Micro-Internship Program is a four day internship experience designed to equip African Nova Scotian students with workforce development training, employability skills, career exploration, job readiness training and a paid internship in high school before transitioning to college and university.

Click here to learn more about our program! Connect with high school students as they explore career possibilities and gain job shadowing experience!

Representation matters. We need to see Black Career Mentors represented!

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