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JOB POSTING: PROGRAM MANAGER

The Program Manager is a frontline management position accountable for providing successful oversight of day-to-day operations.

PROGRAMMING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

All of us at Fontbonne Ministries are very aware of the many needs our programs meet for a diverse range of participants every day.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, it has become necessary to evaluate how and when our programs are delivered to ensure the safety of those we serve, our volunteers and our staff.  After consultation with our leadership, colleague agencies providing similar services, and following the guidelines provided by Toronto Public Health and the Ontario Ministry of Health, we are announcing these program cancellations, effective immediately and in effect until further notice.

Village Mosaic – adapted for digital platforms, click here for more information.
Studio on the Hill – closed.
In Good Company – no in-person visiting; contact will be by telephone only.
Mustard Seed – all programming cancelled. Take out lunch service available Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11:30am to 1pm.
Volunteer Appreciation Event – The Volunteer Appreciation event scheduled for April 26 has been cancelled. Volunteers will be celebrated by each ministry individually when regular programming resumes.

Programs which are still operating on a modified basis may be cancelled or closed at any time should directives from public health or other government agencies mandate.

Our thanks to the staff and volunteers of Faith Connections, Mustard Seed, In Good Company, Studio on the Hill, and Village Mosaic for their dedication and outreach to their communities in these challenging times, and for continuing to do the ordinary with extraordinary care.

We will update this information as and when the situation changes.  We thank you for your patience, and hope to have all our programs operating once again in the near future.

– The Fontbonne Ministries Leadership Team

OUR PROGRAMS

Mustard Seed

Providing life skills programs and community for adults.

In Good Company

Visiting those isolated in their homes.

Studio on the Hill

Exploring creativity through clay for children and adults.

Village Mosaic

Providing a community setting for seniors.

Fontbonne Place

Creating a home for older, single women.

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"Christmas is not a story of hope. It IS hope." (Craig D. Lounsbrough)From the Fontbonne Ministries family to yours, wishing you every joy and blessing of Christmas. ... See MoreSee Less

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Something wonderful has happened at Fontbonne Ministries.We're excited to announce we have been awarded a Community Resilience Grant by Ontario Trillium Foundation -- $143,700 for COVID-19-related infrastructure as well as funding to expand the Community Centre without Walls program currently being offered by Village Mosaic.We are grateful to the Toronto Grant Review Team at Trillium, and look forward to working with them to keep the vulnerable, isolated and seniors we serve connected and thriving in difficult circumstances. ... See MoreSee Less

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"The great thing about new friends is they bring new energy to your soul." (Shanna Rodriguez)We told you a little earlier today about George, the retired teacher from St. Margaret's Catholic School, and his son Timothy, who brought twelve boxes of socks to Mustard Seed recently -- a collection put together by the students in the school.What we didn't show you was the faces of our new friends.Thanks, George and Timothy -- and the students of St. Margaret's -- for bringing us new energy and gratitude. ... See MoreSee Less

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"Christmas is most truly Christmas when we celebrate by giving the light of love to those who need it most." (Ruth Carter Stapleton)Light and love was in the house at Mustard Seed this past weekend, thanks to these special friends:George, a retired teacher from St. Margaret's Catholic School, and his son, Timothy, who came by with twelve BOXES of socks for our guests ... collected in the midst of a pandemic by the students at the school.Jeanie and Phillip, who for the second year dropped by to gift our lunch guests with a refillable travel mug to keep their drinks hot and portable.And the Green Hope Gang from Green Hope Foundation, who came by to help prepare and serve lunch on Sunday. Their mission? "Leave No One Behind". Thanks as well to our own Sister Kristine Fernandes who connected us with this group of compassionate future leaders. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our friends @AccessAlliance are hosting a pop-up COVID-19 testing site this coming Wednesday, January 27, from 3.00 to 7.00 p.m. at AccessPoint on Jane, 761 Jane Street.

Our friends at @SRiverdaleCHC and @anishnawbe are hosting COVID-19 testing clinics at 955 Queen Street East on several days in January.

These clinics are open to all, and no Ontario Health Card is required -- although if you have one, please bring it.

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Fontbonne Ministries is full of appreciation for the people who donate their time, attention, enthusiasm and compassion across all the ministries.

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