The core business/field of activity of the Change-Makers (TCM) Foundation is the development of an inclusive, connected, and informed community through public participation in our initiatives such as mentorship, educational support in the form of tutoring, community highlights, networking/career support, and the provision of other integrated services that improve the lives of the most marginalized (Black, Indigenous, and Racialized communities)
We aim to curate a safe and inclusive environment with services and programs that enhance the welfare of BIPOC Communities across the GTHA
The Change-Makers Foundation acknowledges the impact anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism and prejudice have on Black and Indigenous youth and young adults between the ages of 18-29 trying to pursue a career in STEAM disciplines. Our mission is to build an inclusive, connected, and informed community through integrated services that provide culturally responsive support including mentorship, tutoring, and employment assistance. The project is committed to advocating for the BIPOC community it intends to serve. We acknowledge that systemic racism has a wide range of consequences for Black youth who face social injustice and inequity on a systemic level due to the deep-rooted nature of Anti-Black and Anti-Indigenous Racism.
Leadership is essential to provide sustained and equitable access to high-quality services for the BIPOC community.
We strive to be transparent and accountable to the communities we serve.
Our programs and services are evidence-informed and reflect a high standard of quality.
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