West Toronto KEYS to INclusion is very fortunate to have the support of many donors!
Every adult needs a daily destination & purpose to connect with people, contribute, learn and participate in their own community. West Toronto KEYS to INclusion believes that ongoing knowledge and learning, real life experience in employment and volunteer opportunities, and social and recreational inclusion for adults who have an intellectual disability are the KEYS to vibrant and successful communities.
You can show your support for KEYS by donating with an e-Transfer, cheque, or through Canada Helps.
Donations can be made easily and tax receipts issued:
1. e-Transfer to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Cheque made out to:
WEST TORONTO KEYS TO INCLUSION
c/o Kate Manson – Program Administrator
4 Olympus Avenue
Toronto, ON M6S 1K9
3. Canada Helps: click HERE or on the Donate Now button at the top of this page.
By making a donation to West Toronto KEYS, you are supporting the practical implementation of our vision of full and active community participation for adults with an intellectual disability in west Toronto. This means that your dollars go directly to any of:
- paying a Lunch ’n Learn staff to teach healthy eating and cooking
- paying job coaches to train our adults in various retail operations
- paying for community recreational fees / instructors
Your commitment and support helps individuals and their families live a meaningful life in their community. Thank you so much!
Your contribution of
|Will help KEYS fund:
|Workshops on Anti-Bullying; Keeping Your Cool and Other Coping Tools
|1 week of groceries for Lunch ‘n Learn
|Drumming or Other Musical Session
|Art supplies for 1 session
Any Other amount
|Will help to sustain future projects and educational needs at KEYS to open more doors and opportunities.
West Toronto KEYS to INclusion is a registered
Canadian charity # 80687 5894 RR0001
is full, active participation in our community for our family members and friends with intellectual disabilities.
is to facilitate learning, social, fitness, voulnteer and work opportunities for people with an intellectual disability, to maximize their potential through inclusion in our community.
that neighbourhood opportunities for knowledge and work/volunteer/social experience are KEYS to the successful creation of strong vibrant communities, which include people with all abilities. KEYS provides both a physical place in which to meet, as well as community engagement.