Community and Family Programs

MFRC offers community and family programs that engage a wide variety of community members in inclusive, engaging, and accessible programs. 

Women’s programs offer informal counseling, intimate/gender-based violence support, information and referral services, and employment support. Our newcomer and settlement staff can help you and your family get settled, make new friends, and understand your new life in Canada.

Our seniors team provides a wide range of programs and services that promote healthy aging for adults 55+ including fitness classes, social and recreation programs, workshops and events and trips around the GTA. 

MFRC also deeply supports food security in Malvern and Scarborough through our Growing Together Food Justice work. 

Two female-presenting senior attendees. Both smiling facing the camera. The woman in the foreground is wearing a black shirt with white detailing, and the woman in the background is wearing a Canada sweater and is holding up two fingers to indicate a peace sign.

Women’s
Programs

Diverse programs for community members that identify as women.

There are three people smiling and looking at the camera. The person on the left is our 66th mayor of Toronto Olivia Chow, dressed in white with a head scarf. The person in the middle is MFRC staff member Tarannum, South Asian woman wear sunglasses, a black hat and top with a white lace cardigan. The third person is MFRC staff member Arif, a South Asian man with glasses in a white short sleeved button up.

Newcomers Programs

Get support to assist your settlement, make new friends, and understand your new life in Canada.

Seniors
Programs

Diverse programs for community members ages 55 and over.

One Caucasian male MFRC employee holding up a tray of assorted vegetable sprouts. They are a part of our ‘Growing Together: Food Justice’ initiative.

Food Justice in Malvern

Food growing, distribution and literacy programs for all ages.

Two female-presenting senior attendees. Both smiling facing the camera. The woman in the foreground is wearing a black shirt with white detailing, and the woman in the background is wearing a Canada sweater and is holding up two fingers to indicate a peace sign.

Women’s
Programs

Diverse programs for community members that identify as women.

There are three people smiling and looking at the camera. The person on the left is our 66th mayor of Toronto Olivia Chow, dressed in white with a head scarf. The person in the middle is MFRC staff member Tarannum, South Asian woman wear sunglasses, a black hat and top with a white lace cardigan. The third person is MFRC staff member Arif, a South Asian man with glasses in a white short sleeved button up.

Newcomers Programs

Get support to assist your settlement, make new friends, and understand your new life in Canada.

Seniors
Programs

Diverse programs for community members ages 55 and over.

One Caucasian male MFRC employee holding up a tray of assorted vegetable sprouts. They are a part of our ‘Growing Together: Food Justice’ initiative.

Food Justice in Malvern

Food growing, distribution and literacy programs for all ages.

Community and Family Programs

MFRC offers community and family programs that engage a wide variety of community members in inclusive, engaging, and accessible programs. 

Women’s programs offer informal counseling, intimate/gender-based violence support, information and referral services, and employment support.

Our newcomer and settlement staff can help you and your family get settled, make new friends, and understand your new life in Canada.

Our seniors team provides a wide range of programs and services that promote healthy aging for adults 55+ including fitness classes, social and recreation programs, workshops and events and trips around the GTA. 

MFRC also deeply supports food security in Malvern and Scarborough through our Growing Together Food Justice work. 

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