There are people in the community with jobs that have a tremendous impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer, and their families.Chances are you have never heard of them, and they don’t appear on the red carpet at awards shows.

TRUST15 Supporting Youth Success

Thursday, 27 February 2014 16:06 Written by
Trust 15 Youth Community Support Organization is a registered non-profit based in Rexdale. 
If you’re reading this, Dorothy Vernon Brown can’t live without you. She really can’t. Her stark reality is that without a stem cell donation from someone in our community, she will die.
Rosemary Sadlier has been the president of the Ontario Black History Society (OBHS) since 1993. She is quick to point out that this is not a paid position, but one she voluntarily accepted and embraced.
Karlyn Percil, a St. Lucian native and leader in Toronto’s Black Community is hosting the first public SisterTalk event on November 16th.
Redemption Reintegration Services is credited with having one of the lowest recidivism rates in the world for recent young offenders. The founder of this groundbreaking organization is a 30 year old husband and father of four.  Victor Beausoleil spoke to us about his own life experiences, the work that he does and where his extreme passion for his community comes from.

The Christian Women of Hope - Planting a Seed

Wednesday, 02 October 2013 00:00 Written by
Since 2011 a group of Christian women came together to study God’s word, and from these meetings decided they also want to help girls who are among the most vulnerable
ByBlacks.com spoke with Shereen Ashman, Entrepreneurship Programs Coordinator at Commummity Empowering Events (CEE), about the upcoming event Signature Style, to talk about the work the organization is doing in the GTA.
YPF provides a space called the Ujima House, where men from the African Diaspora can come and feel supported by their peers. Ujima is Swahili for Collective Work and Responsibility.