Partners

Partners make kid empowerment possible!

Since 1912, tens of thousands of disadvantaged Toronto children and their families have benefited from the remarkable generosity of our partners. We are grateful to all of the caring, responsive and deeply committed individuals, corporations, foundations, church and service groups that weave a seamless support for Moorelands Kids.

Our donors and volunteers have been instrumental in raising funds to support and continually enhance our innovative programs and facilities both in the city and at our magnificent overnight summer camp.

Progressive companies are coming to understand that great leadership and social investment does more than simply improve company morale. By stepping beyond social responsibility into taking active leadership in building community, companies reap tangible business rewards. Serving community needs fosters a climate of innovation within a company and it may also create business opportunities in new markets. Moorelands Kids is a facilitator and a resource in such ventures, seeking out creative ways to work with partner companies and vulnerable kids, modelling leadership in ways that work for both.

We gratefully acknowledge the following individuals, corporations, foundations and groups whose major one-time, lifetime or legacy contributions have significantly shaped Moorelands Kids and allow us to continue our vital work in the community. Together, we are empowering kids to transform their lives.

Patrons Circle ($100,000 +)


Leaders Circle ($50,000 +)


Friend's Circle ($20,000+)

Olivia and Douglas Lee

Tippet Foundation

Ward Family Foundation


Supporters Circle ($10,000 +)

Brodrum Family Foundation

Catherine & Maxwell Meighen Foundation

Jane Ferguson and John Offutt

J.P. Bickell Foundation

John D. McBride

Linda McCain

Yvonne McGregor

Gretchen Ross

The Serendipity Foundation

Lenore Walters


We enable kids to create connections, build confidence, gain competence and develop character.

Did you know that youth at risk of negative behaviours tend to be from groups that suffer from the greatest levels of inequality and social disadvantage?

Donor Wall 2018

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