Support, Volunteer, Join, or Participate
Here are the various ways you can get involved and help Tropicana Community Services continue the work they do.
Harvest Share Food Security Program (Food Bank)
Tropicana takes in donations from various food suppliers, groceries and restaurants and redistributes it to families in the Scarborough area facing food insecurity—28.4% of Black households in Canada are food insecure. We need volunteers, as well as donations to continue this great initiative.
Annual Holiday Food and Toy Drive
The research shows that Black households in Canada are more than twice as likely as white households to have trouble putting food on the table. Tropicana Community Services has stepped up to support the community and help change the issue of food insecurity in the Black communities. The Food and Toy drive has become a staple in the lives of our clients.
Volunteers are essential at all levels of Tropicana’s operations
Including fundraising, tutoring, event organization, to participating on various committees and board. Let us know your availability and the areas in which you want to contribute. We would love to have you join our efforts.Give your time
Addressing the need for access to computer equipment for the education of children and for the growing work from home requirements of adults. You can donate funds or computers to help with this program.
Ricochet (Clothing Bank)
A free service that provides quality clothing to help those with limited income. Tropicana offers clothing for men and women struggling to have adequate clothing. Volunteers are always welcome, as well as donations.
With COVID-19 the collection of food and clothes has become a challenge.
Please help us keep stocked by donating via CanadaHelps.
You can select which area you wish your donation dollars to go towards.Give to someone in need this holiday season