Youth Centre

A modern youth centre young people can call their own.

Dixon Hall Youth Centre
New Youth Centre at 51 Wyatt Avenue

We are thrilled to announce that construction on our new youth centre is complete. The doors at 51 Wyatt Ave. are now open to our clients, and both staff and youngsters alike are finding their way around and settling into the new space.

There’s still some work to be done – we’re adding finishing touches to the building, and working to fill the space with colour, life, and elements that recognize the generous community of donors who helped make this building possible.

We will have an event in May to help celebrate this milestone, and, in particular, to recognize the wonderful donors whose gift led the way for a successful capital campaign. Thanks to Bill and Cathy Graham, in particular, for their generous, ground-breaking gift.

There are so many to thank for their help in this process. A tremendous thank you is owed to our construction partner, Cambria Design Build, for their support and generosity. And of course to all of our public and private funders, including the federal and provincial Ministries of Infrastructure, as well as the City of Toronto and Toronto Community Housing Corporation, who donated the land for this important building.

The new centre is adjacent to the Regent Park Athletic Grounds and, thanks to input from our young clients, is a brightly-coloured addition to the community. The building is 4 storeys tall, and features 10,000 square feet of program space. There is an expanded kitchen, several multipurpose rooms, a recording studio, and a jam room.

We look forward to sharing a program schedule soon (just as soon as the dust settles), and in the meantime, encourage you to reach out to our relevant staff members in the Children and Youth Department or the Music School if you have questions about the space and its programs.


Interested in supporting our new Youth Centre?


Laura Stenberg
Director, Fundraising & Philanthropy

Our Supporters

Dixon Hall would like to thank these donors for their generous support of our Capital Campaign. Thanks to you, we're building new Youth Centre in the heart of Regent Park.


Cathy and the Honourable Bill Graham

$100,000 – $999,999

Ada Slaight
Nancy and Rod Bolger
Clark Family Foundation
The Daniels Corporation
Employees of CIBC Capital Markets, through United Way Toronto & York Region Campaign
The Gordon and Ruth Gooder Charitable Foundation
The Honourable Margaret McCain
The Judith and Wilmot Matthews Foundation
Jon and Nancy Love Foundation at Toronto Foundation
TD Bank Group

$50,000 – $99,999

BMO Financial Group
E.W. Bickle Foundation, through United Way Toronto & York Region
The Fyfe Foundation
Pat McNamara
Pace Family Foundation

$25,000 - $49,999

Scott Bell and Susan Nickerson
Vivien Dzau and Daniel MacIntosh
Element Financial
Neil Hetherington
Hal Jackman Foundation
Tom Kierans and Mary Janigan
Martin Lundie
Nancy MacKellar
Judith Malkin and Elliott Jacobson
Myfanwy Marshall and Matthew Willis
Martha Tory

$10,000 - $24,999

The Elizabeth and Tony Comper Foundation
Patrick Gossage
Gordon Henderson
Diane King
Suzanne Labarge
Malone Family
Nancy and John McFadyen
Pat and Tony Minard
Bill Morneau and Nancy McCain
Kathleen and David Penny
Valerie and Andrew Pringle
Robins Appleby LLP
Junior Sirivar
Kate Stark
Tim Moseley and Yung Dai
The Thompson T. Egbo-Egbo Arts Foundation

$1,000 – $9,999

Sachin Aggarwal
Audrey S. Hellyer Charitable Foundation
Jean Blacklock and Andrew Auerbach
Haris Blentic
Rob Brien
Raymond Chang
Charles Coffey
Darren Cooney
Irene David
Dan Donnelly
Janet and Bill Hallett
Nona Heaslip
Mary Jane and Tom Heintzman
IBM Canada
Jackman Foundation
Francine Lewis
Lok Hing Liu
Adrian and The Honourable Donald S. Macdonald
Sue and Steve Murphy
Nancy Riley and Blake Murray
Golden Credit Card Trust
Jane Roy
Jim Salem
Cameron Scrivens
Nancy Smith
Sarah Caskey and Richard Swan
Danielle Szandtner and John Fox
Heather Thomson
James Tucker
Barbara Volk
Joanne Warner
Sandra Young
Kate Zeidler and Peter MacKenzie