Tropicana Insider
FALL 2020
Raymund Guiste
Executive Director
A Message from the Executive Director

Tropicana seeks to address the diverse needs of our community by focusing on our strategic pillars of self-sufficiency, collaborative partnerships, and innovative programming.

Over this past year, we have witnessed the relevance of those pillars and we have had to re-examine and accelerate our focus as an organization in addressing those priorities.
Robert K. Brown and Dr. Gervan Fearon Scholarship Winners Announced

Tropicana Community Services Organization is excited to announce the winners of its annual scholarships.
Tropicana’s Scholarship Committee selected two outstanding candidates to receive the Robert K. Brown and Dr. Gervan Fearon scholarships. 
Tropicana Tutoring Goes Online

Increase Your Success Tutoring program resumes and this year we are moving our classes online. Deadline to register for term 1 is Friday, October 23, 2020
Tropicana Provides Online Counselling Support During COVID-19

COVID-19 has exacerbated stressors of social isolation, anxiety, relationship breakdowns and food or income insecurity for the Black and Caribbean community.

Tropicana has seen an increase in demand for the services delivered by its Counselling team including: Individual & Family Counselling, Violence against Women Counselling, Youth Mentorship and SNAP BACK (Stop Now And Plan for Black, African & Caribbean Kids).
Supporting Black Initiatives

The Royal Bank of Canada and Proctor & Gamble show their support against anit-Black racism and for equality.
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