Equality means equality for everyone.
The press conference during the Grand Opening Week for the Canadian Centre for Men and Families on November 20, 2014
Short presentations by:
Serge Mwimba (en francais)
The press conference and opening was covered by many major national news outlets: CBC, CTV, Globe and Mail, National Post, Global TV, Sun News, Toronto Star, Metro News and others.
Happy New Year from the Canadian Association for Equality and the Canadian Centre for Men and Families.
As you know, our goal was to raise $25,000 during our 2014 year end campaign, while matching a $10,000 donor doubling challenge.
As the milestone-setting year came to a close, thanks to your support both expectations were exceeded. We raised just over $30,500!
You responded to the crises facing boys and men with hope and by committing your support, so that we could channel frustration with the status quo into a positive force for change.
The many visitors to the Canadian Centre for Men and Families can now be assured services will be available to them. And we can now get to work to launch 3 new priority programs for 2015: a legal resource centre for men, a peer support group for fathers and a new mentorship program for at-risk boys.
Our recent fundraising campaign has also opened doors to new sources of financial support: government grants, philanthropic foundations, unions and corporate sponsorship. We will aggressively pursue a mix of revenue streams to sustain our operations in 2015 and beyond.
But make no mistake. Your continued individual support has always been and will continue to be the cornerstone of our success.
Going forward please consider setting up a small monthly contribution. Monthly donations are a great way to spread out a larger contribution and help our efforts to plan for the future. We can now process funds by direct deposit, credit card or paypal.
Director, Canadian Centre for Men and Families
Don’t waste this amazing opportunity. It’s time to build on our momentum.
From Sex Abuse of Boys to a Family in Trouble: Watch our Video Appeal Part 1
Mark shares the pain of child sex abuse and the lack of men’s services. Carol fears her son will lose his child to a dangerous woman.
Mark and Carol are asking for your support at this critical time.
Against all odds and despite campaigns of misinformation, we successfully opened Canada’s first comprehensive “Men’s Centre” in late 2014. But we need you to donate so we can keep this home for boys, men, fathers and families open in 2015.
Contact us at email@example.com or 1-844-900-CCMF(2263).
All programs/services are beginning as of November 17th!
Today we’re announcing a variety of options to find, connect and engage with the Canadian Centre for Men and Families!
1. We’re now on the (google) map:
2. Connect with us through Social Media
My name is Yanze Liu, Social Media Coordinator. I volunteer at the CCMF because its the first home in Toronto for men`s issues, providing help for fathers, men, boy and their families. I love volunteering here and I’m looking forward to engaging with you through our new social media tools.Please follow up today on facebook, twitter and google plus:
152 Carlton Street, Unit 201
Come visit our new home: Toronto’s first “Men’s Centre.”
Leaders from Toronto social service agencies, community organizations, men’s groups and the Canadian Centre for Men and Families staff will be in attendance.
And meet our special advisors for boy’s education Dr. James Brown, for male studies Silvia Medrano and for parental alienation Robert Samery.
Food and beverages will be provided.
Featuring brief remarks from our special guest, The Honourable Roger Gallaway. Gallaway is a former Mayor, Member of Parliament and Member of the Queen’s Privy Council. He was House Chair of a committee that recommended shared parenting in its report For the Sake of the Children. He is an Advisory Fellow to the Canadian Association for Equality.
This “Meet and Greet” is an opportunity to learn about the upcoming programs, services and campaigns at the first centre in Toronto dedicated to outreach and public education on all issues related to boys, men, fathers and families, and to provid feedback and input as we work to further the health and well-being of those in need in our community.
We hope to see you all soon!
Canadian Centre for Men and Families and the Canadian Association for Equality