Maytree provides sustaining funding to partner organizations that help us achieve our mission.
Caledon is an independent social policy think tank and registered charity that develops practical and accessible proposals for the improvement of social programs at all levels of government. Using rigorous, high-quality research and analysis, Caledon focuses on sustainable social policy for strong, cost-effective solutions to the difficult problems created by our aging population, insecure labour market and rapid pace of social change.
Tamarack facilitates relationships among diverse stakeholders in order to develop shared solutions to local issues. It harnesses proven strategies in community engagement and builds leadership to generate and apply local knowledge.
Diaspora Dialogues supports the creation and presentation of new fiction, poetry, and drama that reflect the complexity of the city, as seen through the eyes of its richly diverse writers. We use art and ideas to explore questions of our connected humanity, and our programs and events help encourage the creation of a literature – and audience – that is vibrant and inclusive.
TRIEC creates and champions solutions to better integrate skilled immigrants in the Greater Toronto Region labour market. TRIEC has been working with employers and our partners to create internship, mentoring, recruitment and networking opportunities, and on-the-job integration supports, to help connect and integrate skilled immigrants into the labour market.
OEERC’s objectives are to establish and operate information services and supports to educate workers about their rights at work and to assist with resolving workplace problems; to produce educational materials and other resources to educate workers about their rights under Canadian employment legislation; and to conduct research into the violation of legislated rights at work and to communicate the results of this research to federal, provincial and local government agencies, community organizations and other interested individuals and groups.