Annual Report

President’s Report

Robert Webb, President, Moorelands Kids

The challenges many families in Toronto face resulting from poverty and the lack of affordable housing are in the news virtually every day.

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Executive Director’s Report

Lynda Tilley Executive Director

Change is possible. At Moorelands Kids, we intend to drive success for Toronto’s children and youth from low-income families.

Read Lynda’s Message

At Moorelands Kids we are intentional.

We intend that children gain skills, experience personal growth, develop confidence and make friends because they have been to Moorelands Kids.

Moorelands Kids’ programs teach kids from low-income Toronto neighbourhoods the 21st Century skills they need to be outstanding
leaders and engaged citizens.

More Respectful

84% of Moorelands campers reported they now had an increased sense of respect for others.

Improved Communication

94% of LED participants said the program helped them improve their communication skills.

Discovered Strengths

95% of BLAST parents stated their child identifies and continues to use two new personal strengths gained at Moorelands Kids.

Improved Decision Making Skills

100% of LED participants reported improvement in their decision making and teamwork skills.

Partners Make Programs Happen

We gratefully acknowledge the following individuals, corporations, foundations and groups whose major one-time, lifetime or legacy contributions have significantly shaped Moorelands and allow us to continue our vital work in the community.

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Leaders Circle ($50,000 +)

Builders Circle ($20,000 +)

Olivia and Douglas Lee

Tippet Foundation

Anna Yang and Joseph Schull

Friends Circle ($10,000 +)

Catherine & Maxwell Meighen Foundation

Jane Ferguson and John Offutt

John D. McBride

Linda McCain

Yvonne McGregor

Brenda and Claude Norfolk

Lynn Ridout

Gretchen Ross

Lenore Walters

Ward Family Foundation

Robert and Mary Webb