Social Planning Toronto
To help build a civic society, we will capitalize on the considerable capacities of our staff, our board, our members, our volunteers, and our community partners, both locally and city-wide.
Social Planning Toronto is committed to independent social planning at the local and city-wide levels in order to improve the quality of life for all people in Toronto. It is committed to diversity, social and economic justice, and active civic participation in all aspects of community life.
Our Program Priorities
Each year, Social Planning Toronto focuses its work in primary programs mandated by the Board of Directors and developed by staff.
Policy Research and Analysis
Studying the social and economic effects on City residents of public policy at all levels of government and developing policy alternatives
Community Capacity Building
Strengthening the community resource base to enact essential social supports and enabling all community stakeholders to participate in decision-making processes on the social development of their communities and city.
Community Education and Advocacy
Promoting community discussion on important social and economic issues and facilitating research-based advocacy, especially for the most marginalized and vulnerable segments of the population.
Conducting and facilitating local and city-wide research on social and economic conditions and the impact of a changing political environment on the quality of life for all members of the community.
- Street: 2 Carlton Street, Suite 1001
- City: Toronto
- Province: Ontario
- Postal Code: M5B 1J3
- Country: Canada
- Telephone: (416) 351-0095
- Fax: (416) 351-0107