Youth Centre Construction Update: Exterior Cladding, Windows and Doors Complete!

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November

Youth Centre Construction Update: Exterior Cladding, Windows and Doors Complete!

Fall is nearly over and Thanksgiving is behind us,  but we are still embracing the spirit of gratitude at Dixon Hall as we continue to work on our new youth centre! This project is a wonderful example of how a shared vision for a supportive community space can become a reality: in this instance as a new space for young people in Regent Park. In this modern facility, the nearly 1,000 youth we work with every year – through both our Music School and our general Children & Youth programming − will know there is a community of champions who believe in them, and who believe in their potential.

We’re happy to share another project milestone – the one year anniversary of breaking ground on the centre and beginning the construction phase of our journey! Construction has progressed quickly over the last 12 months, and we have completed the exterior cladding,

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October

Introducing our new Director of Philanthropy & Communications

Dixon Hall is pleased to announce the appointment of Laura Stenberg as the Director of Philanthropy & Communications. In this role, Laura will oversee all aspects of fund development, donor stewardship and engagement, as well as agency communications and brand development.

volunteers pose in front of the meals on wheels delivery bus

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September

Capping Off Our Summer of Community… with a Fall of Connection!

Short and sweet summer is officially over. Here are some highlights from our summer of community!

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September

Our New Impact Report is Here!

Our 2018-2019 Impact Report has arrived! This year’s report, “Care & Community: 90 Years of Support” celebrates Dixon Hall’s 90th year anniversary through historic photos and agency milestones, alongside current news and developments from our work, and client stories + staff profiles.

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July

The Elspeth Heyworth Bursary: For Young Women in Regent Park Seeking to Further Their Education

The Elspeth Heyworth Bursary is for women in the downtown east who are pursuing further education but are facing financial difficulties. Funds can be used for tuition, textbooks/school supplies, and/or daycare or transportation costs.