Partners & Collaborators

At Sing for Joy, we love working with other organizations to build bridges of harmony, diversity, and connection across the city and beyond. Here are some of the groups and organizations that we’ve had the pleasure of working with.

Community Builders Youth Leadership

Empowering young people, teachers, and parents to be leaders in building safe and inclusive school communities.

Established in 1994, Community Builders has worked throughout Ontario fostering caring, inclusive school communities in which racism, sexism and other types of oppression are addressed constructively by community members. For more info, visit the Website.

p.i.n.e. Project

Building healthy communities, deeply connected to the natural environment.

The p.i.n.e. project delivers programs focused on building relationships between self, others, and the environment. Using music, drama, storytelling, naturalist studies, stewardship, outdoor adventures, games, play, and intergenerational learning, they weave it all into a “culture of nature connection” empowering our mantra: be more, need less. For more info, visit the Website.

Together Project

Together Project, a project of Tides Canada, connects Canadians with refugee newcomers to build stronger, more integrated communities.

Building on Canada’s unique model of private sponsorship, Together Project matches Government-Assisted Refugees (GARs) with Welcome Groups of five or more volunteers. In turn, newcomers strengthen our communities with perspective, new ideas, and rich culture. For more info, visit the Website.

Arts Etobicoke

Supporting local artists, and developing accessible, meaningful arts experiences for the residents of Etobicoke and beyond.

Established in 1973 to provide a united voice for the local arts community, Arts Etobicoke is recognized as one of Canada’s finest community arts councils. Arts Etobicoke is proud to support established and aspiring artists of all ages and backgrounds with a broad variety of activities and services, including arts education, advocacy, community space and much more. For more info, visit the Website.

Inventive Kids

An online resource where children and adults can learn about inventors and inventions, and their own creative potential!

The Inventive Kids website received the “Ten Best Sites for Kids” designation by the American Library Association, a “Ten Cool Sites – Invention Category” award from the Exploratorium, Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception in San Francisco, and a “Digital Dozen, exemplary web sites for educators” designation from the curriculum arm of the United States Department of Education. For more info, visit the Website.

Red Canoe Studio

A vibrant creative space in the east end of Toronto.

Red Canoe Studio is a resource for community events, healing arts programs, personal growth, mentoring services as well as a creative place where people gather for ceremonies, peace circles, salons, guest lecturers, concerts, poetry readings, social justice workshops, movement classes and more.  You may want to rent the studio for an event you’ve dreamed of organizing. For more info, visit the Website.