George Chuvalo
Community Centre

How to
Get Involved

Space Rentals

We have the following facilities available for community use/rental:

  • Main Floor: Approximately 800 square feet
  • Second Floor: Approximately 1,000 square feet
  • Co-working space: Approximately 560 square feet
  • Basement: Approximately 700 square feet
  • Office space: Various

If you are interested in renting space in George Chuvalo Community Centre
(as of approximately July 2017), please contact us.

Julia Gonsalves
(416) 660-4214
julia@conc.ca

Volunteer

We are currently looking to engage volunteers who can assist with the following start-up projects at GCCC:

  • The construction of a sound studio
  • Neighbourhood/peer outreach
  • Photography and graphic design
  • Arts curation
  • Event Planning
  • Fundraising

Student Placements

We will be accepting applications for placements that start in the Spring of 2017 from students
enrolled in disciplines such as:

  • Fundraising Management
  • Social Work Administration
  • Social Work
  • Community Development

In-Kind Wishlist

We are currently in need of start-up and development items for the new centre, including:

  • Professional sound studio equipment
  • Industrial kitchen equipment
  • Office furniture
  • Current computers
  • Good quality digital camera
  • Good quality projector
  • White screen
  • Good quality photocopier
  • Printing Services
  • Educational children’s toys
  • Progressive children’s books
  • Musical instruments
  • Arts & Crafts Materials
  • Office supplies

The Nook Program is a great asset for our children and those of the neighbouring schools. They facilitate both tutoring and mentoring for the children that participate by having great program leaders. The Nook Program also enhances our school and community relationships. They act as a resource, as well, for our staff, our parent communities and other community groups.

We at St. Raymond are very appreciative of this collaboration with the Nook Program. We have seen that this team effort fosters and promotes an active and meaningful role to the concept of school-community partnerships.

Teacher
St. Raymond Catholic School

I must say that the Nook is amazing. I thought it might have been too much change for Kai to start after school care on top of adjustment to Grade 1 and our house situation, but going to the Nook is actually helping him for those and it was a good surprise to me!

Nook Parent

CONC gave me a sense of community and support to achieve my education goals. The staffs were are always more than happy to assist me with my homework as English is not my first language and provided bus tokens for me to go school. With their support I graduated from college in August 2015 with a diploma in Project Administration and will now be pursuing a higher education at the University of Toronto.

Participant
Transitional Housing

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