Threading a Sustainable Future: Sewing TO Women’s Collective

Order YOUR masks NOW!  

TNO-The Neighbourhood Organization has, for the last few years, been working to kick off a sewing collective. We had been thinking, preparing, and planning. The COVID19 crisis galvanized us into action.

Our heartfelt appreciation to the Government of Canada for the contribution we received through the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Local Infrastructure Fund. We greatly appreciate your support in helping us address food insecurity issues in Thorncliffe Park. Through this support, we will be able to invest in capital assets and equipment for the collective production of food related to the establishment of a community food hub in the neighbourhood.

Read the News Release HERE

This year we’re bringing summer festival to you!

Come join us virtually, as we keep the tradition alive. This August 8 12:30pm – 3:15pm, we will have magician, cooking, laughter yoga and give aways! Register through the Eventbrite link HERE or scan the barcode one the Flyer HERE

We can’t wait to see your faces then!

Come Join us and Celebrate!!!

COVID-19 testing site is now open in Thorncliffe Park 

For more information in English, click HERE

Information in Tagalog, click HERE

Information in Slovak, click HERE

Health Access Thorncliffe Park (HATP) has prepared some strategies to help maintain social connections and healthy living this Ramadan

Please click on the green text below to visit the website link or open a PDF:

Please click on the green text below to visit the website link or open a PDF:

TNO – The Neighbourhood Organization, in collaboration with the Thorncliffe Flemingdon Sustainable Sewing Group, Flemingdon Community Support Services, and local residents, has launched the Community Sewing Face Mask Project (CSFMP) to respond to the challenge by Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) for East Toronto sewists to make 1,000 masks per week. These face masks will go to folks across Toronto to help communities stay healthy. 

We have compiled some resources to help anyone interested in making face masks for this project:

Please click on the links below to open the PDFs and websites:

Information sheets on wearing face coverings available in multiple languages. Please click on the language below to view the PDF:

Our Care for Newcomer Children (CNC) Team has put together some great activities to keep children engaged at home. Please click the links below to open the activities: