TORONTO COUNCIL FIRE NATIVE CULTURAL CENTRE
How Can I Participate?
Throughout the year, Council Fire delivers a number of Core programs, special events and workshops. As well, it has a number of community programs that provide assistance and cultural support to its members and to Toronto residents. To facilitate these endeavors, we welcome support in the form of donations/funding, volunteering, and other creative forms of participation.
Individuals and organizations can support the Centre's overall activities or they can support or engage in the advancement of specific initiatives at the Centre. Council Fire provides cultural, social, health, sports, and community programming for youth, adults, seniors and families.
For more info or to find out other ways in which you or your organization / company can participate, contact Denise Tolouse at 416.360.4350 ext. 233 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charitable Number 10525-5244 RR0001
Charitable donations and/or donations to specific programs / events at the Centre can be made in person or by mail to Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre, 439 Dundas Street East, Toronto ON M5A 2B1
CHEQUES: Make Cheques Payable to: Toronto Council Fire
ONLINE: Online donations to Council Fire or to specific initiatives at the Centre can be made by credit card at CanadaHelps.org
Individual and Employee-Group Volunteering e.g. Tudors, Coaches, Instructors, etc.
Art/Cultural Project Funding
Funding of Artworks, Art Projects and purchasing or commissioning arts and craft work room Council Fire participants.
Event and facility Services
Booking Council Fire Event Facilities and Services (Catering, Room Rentals)
Restoration of Identity Project
Support youth and family programs...meals, school supplies, tutoring, wellness activities...
(photo: RBC Backpack Fund)
Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre
439 Dundas Street East
Toronto ON M5A 2B1
Charity # 10525-5244 RR0001
Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 9 AM to 5 PM
(Extended Hours for Special Programming)
Main Entrance: 439 Dundas St. E. at Parliament
Gathering Place Entrance: Parliament St. side
Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre © 2020