As the King-Spadina neighbourhood ballooned, growing thirty-fold since 1996, the City of Toronto identified a shortage of healthy infrastructure to support this dense community.
The new McDonald Family Y will help fill this gap, co-locating relevant programs for easy access all under one roof.
Compared to the rest of the GTA, people living near the McDonald Family Y tend to be younger, live alone, earn lower incomes, or struggle with unemployment.
of households are individuals living alone
of residents are 20to 28 years old
of residents earn under $20,000
unemployment levels in the neighbourhood
As part of our Strong Start, Great Future Capital Campaign, The McDonald Family Y will play a critical role in our neighbourhood's recovery from COVID-19, helping us rebuild a stronger, more connected home for our community members.
To help shape a brighter future, please contact:
Ali Kashani, Vice President, Campaign and Broad Based Giving