Together Project
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Newcomers and volunteers working together to build more welcoming communities.

Youth In Design with World Education Services (WES)!

Over the past few months, Together Project has been part of the Youth in Design Program with World Education Services (WES)– a program with refugee youth and refugee-serving organizations across Toronto.

To learn more about our experience, check out our video here!

Summer & Fall 2023 Events

Through the support from TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, Together Project volunteers and newcomers enjoyed three opportunities to connect in nature this fall.

Thank you to Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, and High Park Nature Centre and for their support.

For a video of our events, click here!

Thank You #TDReadyCommitment!

Thank you #TDReadyCommitment for the multi-year contribution to the Welcome Group Program to help build refugee newcomer social connections, support newcomer integration priorities and increase community engagement in meeting local needs.

Together Project at High Park Nature Centre

On a sunny Saturday afternoon, Together Project newcomers and volunteers attended a nature walk and a planting workshop with High Park Nature Centre!

We loved the fall colours and the opportunity to make some new friends.

Thank you to TD Friends of the Environment Foundation and to High Park Nature Centre for this memorable autumn day!

For a video, click here.

Meet Rachel: Helpful Tips From a Professional English Tutor!

For many newcomers, practicing English is a big priority. We interviewed Rachel, a Welcome Group volunteer who has been professionally tutoring students since 2017!

To learn about Rachel’s favourite conversation topics, games, vocabulary exercises & videos, click here!

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Together Project at Colonel Samuel Smith Park

We spent a sunny afternoon touring Etobicoke’s Colonel Samuel Smith Park with Linda of the TRCA! We had so much fun learning about native wildlife and plants and exploring the marsh and beaches. Thanks to the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation for this opportunity.

To see our video of the day, click here!