Delta Family Resource Centre (Delta Family) is a 40-year strong non-profit and community-based agency, which has continually delivered a range of services to isolated and marginalized communities in Northwest Toronto. With the main office, four satellite locations, and a staff of 45 qualified professionals, Delta Family has recognized for its commitment to building communities where all people thrive, for equipping residents with the tools they need to do so, for modeling effective collaboration, and for developing programs, which respond to community needs. Delta Family provides support to parents, children, youth, seniors, and Black communities, and has introduced a number of innovative programs and activities that meet the ever-evolving needs of the diverse communities it engages and serves

Delta Mission Statement
To equip people with the tools and resources they need to live progressively fulfilling lives, using community-grounded approaches

Vision

A healthy, engaged and empowered community where all people thrive.

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✊🏾 Happy Emancipation Day 🙌🏾
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On March 24, 2021, the House of Commons voted unanimously to officially designate August 1 Emancipation Day. It marks the actual day in 1834 that the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 came into effect across the British Empire.

Canadians are not always aware that Black and Indigenous Peoples were once enslaved on the land that is now Canada. Those who fought enslavement were pivotal in shaping our society to be as diverse as it is today.

Therefore, each August 1, Canadians are invited to reflect, educate and engage in the ongoing fight against anti-Black racism and discrimination.

Emancipation Day celebrates the strength and perseverance of Black communities in Canada. (Source: Government of Canada article).
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