Every year, more than
adults receive support from Community Living.
evening and weekend programming.
the space available in our Day Services program.
Will increase support to more than
the capacity of the Employment Strategies program.
New capacity will reduce the York Region waitlist by
“A community is happy and strong only when everyone has the right to contribute and thrive.”
This is an exciting time for Community Living Central York and our community—a period of renewal for our organization and the communities we serve.
Our redevelopment of 460 Oak Street is a step towards innovation and opportunity. It is the cornerstone for renewal and growth. This enables us to further our reach and impact– providing increased service to more individuals/families and engaging more with communities and partners.
For our donors and partners—this project offers a chance to contribute to real and tangible change. The creation of our new “hub”—a new heart—for our organization will establish a space with dignity and opportunity for the people we serve. It not only increases our reach and impact, but will also provide a place of pride and leadership for our community and organization.
Community Living Central York has a long-standing history of stability, impact and support in our communities. Our Happy Hearts campaign will fuel the renewal and provide a chance to build on that strength towards a brighter future.
Building a community where everyone belongs.
Stuart has thrived since his graduation out of the formal education system, thanks to the support of Community Living Central York.
For Jenny, the offer of a spot in Community Living’s Day Services program was, quite literally, life saving.
Matthew has found his place of peace in the Community Living art program, where he is given the opportunity to explore and create.
Sunday November 12th marked the Second Annual 5k Jelly Bean road race with the proceeds from the race...Read more
Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie Week ran from September 11th—17th and snapd Newmarket was on site to see York Regional Police Officials purchasing Smile Cookies to help our local charities!Read more
Accepting Cheque from East Gwillimbury’s Mayor and Council Golf Tournament’s Youth and Community Initiatives Fund. Thank you Mayor Hackson and Council!Read more
Before Stuart Parker heads into the literacy room to read with support worker Darlene Cooke, he shows off the room where he makes arts and crafts.Read more
Celebrating the Annual BBQ & Cornroast! Police Chief Eric Joliffe presented a cheque on behalf of Special Olympics Legacy Fund.Read more