The City of Toronto has 10 community centres that are managed, operated and maintained by volunteer Boards of Management, which are collectively referred to as the Association of Community Centres (AOCCs). These community centres are multi-purpose facilities that provide public space, programs and services to meet the recreation and social needs of local communities. The core administrative activities of the community centres are funded by the City while the program component is funded through fees, donations and grants.
Eastview operates out of a facility owned and funded by the City of Toronto. This invaluable contribution covers the cost of our building, it’s maintenance and administration which allows 100% of the funds that we raise to go directly to programming. We are only able to do what we do with considerable public and private support!
Eastview is committed to improving the quality of life of residents primarily in the area bounded by Greenwood, Broadview, Danforth and Queen Streets. To this end, Eastview mobilizes resources from a variety of public, private and community partners in order to:
To foster individual and community well-being, build leaders and create opportunities for our community.
Eastview is governed by a volunteer board of directors, a diverse group of community leaders and key decision makers who provide vision, strategic leadership, advocacy, accountability and stewardship. The board members are elected at the Annual General Meeting held in June.
Download our 2017 - 2021 Strategic Plan in PDF format.