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YSM Recent Media

Regent Park community group hosts back-to-school BBQ and supply giveaway, watch CTV new coverage here.

Four years ago, Toronto had 483 children living in its homeless shelters. This year there were more than a thousand. Then COVID hit. Read the full story in the Toronto Star.

Yonge Street Mission and Children’s Aid Society improving service outcomes for black families, read the story in Toronto Caribbean News.

Partnership tackles systemic racism in Children’s Aid Society of Toronto Read full story on

Here and Now Toronto with Gill Deacon: How the Yonge Street Mission is more than a food bank

Listen now on CBC.

The Cornerstone Partnership. YSM and CAS of Toronto partner to improve service outcomes for black families. Watch City TV News coverage.

Changing the Narrative: Building Solutions for Black Families. On July 9, 2020 join CAS of Toronto and YSM hosted a joint webinar exploring systemic racism and it’s impact on children, youth and families in our community. Watch City TV.

Toronto’s Yonge Street Mission calls on corporations to help feed people. Read More.

Yonge Street Mission continues serving community during coronavirus pandemic. Read More.

There isn’t a place for these kids to go’: As youth spaces close amid COVID-19, safety concerns rise. Read More.

Listen to CBC’s Here and Now radio clip about Yonge Street Mission bringing dignity to food bank use. Listen Now.

Thanksgiving meals urgently needed.

Typically we serve more than 7,000 meals during the Thanksgiving season. This year, however, we expect to provide up to 28,000 neighbours with either a nutritious take-away meal or emergency food supplies.

Thanksgiving may not be the same this year but, thanks to donors like you, Yonge Street Mission will be here for neighbours in crisis.