Eastview programs are currently working virtually. Please CLICK HERE for more information on food services including food bank.

Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre       


Eastview operates from a City of Toronto owned property at 86 Blake Avenue, Toronto. The costs associated with operating and maintaining the property (rent, heating, hydro, insurance, repairs, maintenance and cleaning) are provided at no cost by the City of Toronto.

We are deeply appreciative of the many partners that come together to sustain our community programming. We recognize that each donation provides much-needed support to enable positive change in the lives of thousands of people who rely on Eastview each year.

Thank You!

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The Clark Family Foundation
Daily Seafood
Fidelity Investments
Government of Canada
Harold Ballard Foundation
Kraft Foods
President’s Choice Children’s Charity
Province of Ontario
RBC After School Foundation
The Tippet Foundation
Toronto Foundation for Student Success
Toronto Foundation Vital Youth
United Way Toronto & York Region


Alterna Savings
Boys & Girls Club of Canada Foundation
Catherine & Maxwell Meighen Foundation
Coca Cola
Daily Bread Food Bank
Ontario Seniors Secretariat
J.P. Bickell Foundation
The Shopping Chanel


Best Buy
Big Carrot
CP24/CHUM Christmas Wish Fund
Riverdale Share Community Association
Second Harvest
Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund
YMCA Canada


And many more...including:

Action for Children Today and Tomorrow
Aeropostale, Inc.
Ardene (Gerrard Square)
Bell Canada
Blake Street Child Care Centre
Blake Street Public School
Blake/Boultbee Youth Outreach Services
Boss Pro
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada Power Up Grant
Boys & Girls Clubs of Toronto Network
Canadian Tire Foundation-Jump Start
Centennial College
Chinese Chamber of Commerce
Community Police Liaison Committee
Councillor Paula Fletcher
Douglas Maurice Simmonds Charitable Fund for Youth Programs
Earl Grey Senior Public School
East York Strategy
Everest College
Francis Beavis Manor
Future Shop
Gap Career Launch for youth
George Brown College
George Weston Limited & Wonder+ Cares Healthy Active Kids
Grant Thornton LLP
Greater Toronto Hockey League
Greektown on the Danforth BIA
Greenwood Towers
Home Deport
It's My Party
Jimmy Simpson Recreation Centre
Julie Dabrusin, MP
Kennedy Bingo Hall
Kennedy Rd Bingo Sponsors Assoc.
Kiwanis Club of Riverdale
Madinah Masjid
Magic Oven
Massey Centre for Women
Microsoft Canada
Middle Childhood Matters Coalition
No Frills

Ontario Science Centre
Pape Adolescent Resource Centre
Peter Tabuns M.P.P.
Pizza Pizza
President’s Choice Basic Needs Brighter Future
Price Choppers
Pro Action COPS for Kids
Public Health Agency of Canada
Riverdale East African Canadian Association
Riverdale Public Library
Rotary Club of Toronto Holiday Party Grant
Rotary Club of Toronto Seniors on the Move Grant
Rotary Club of Toronto/Welcome Wagon
Ryerson University
Salvation Army Toy Mountain
Sears Canada
Seneca College
Shoppers Drug Mart
South Riverdale CHC
Taking IT Global
TD Securities
Three's Company
Tim Horton's
Topper Linens Supply Ltd.
Toronto Catholic District School Board
Toronto Community Housing Corporation
Toronto District School Board
Toronto East General Hospital
Toronto Fire Fighters
Toronto Foundation for Student Success
Toronto International Film Festival
Toronto Police Service - 55 Division
Toronto Public Health
Toronto Raptors Foundation
Toronto South East Coalition of Perinatal Nutrition and Support Programs
Toronto Star
Toronto-Danforth Early Years Centre
Tropicana Community Services
University of Toronto
Vital Youth for 2014/2015 (second year of funding)
VRA Ontario/Singer, Kwinter Law Firm
William Burgess Elementary School
Wilson Machine Knife Inc.
WoodGreen Community Services

Key Eastview Partners:

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Community Food Centres logo
Daily Seafood logo
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Ontario logo
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