Community Organizations

Artists to Artists Foundation
Fosters and promotes the arts in communities, with a special emphasis on disadvantaged communities.  Providing leadership and support to individuals in the arts through funding, mentorship, sharing of resources, skills and expertise.

Clean Train Coalition
The Clean Train Coalition represents communities along the rail corridor. We believe that a healthy environment and vibrant neighbourhoods depend on smart investment in public transit infrastructure. Build it once, build it right!
Twitter: @cleantrain

Food Bank (Weston Area Emergency Support – WAES)
1844 Weston Road (entrance in back of Frontlines building)
Toronto, ON, M9N 1V8
T: 416-247-3737

Macaulay Child Development Centre
Charitable organization committed to helping all children reach their full potential and thrive. Knowing that the best way to help a child succeed is to also support the child’s family and community, we offer programs and services for children and those closest to them.
T: 416-789-7441
F: 416-789-4719

Urban Arts
Non-profit Community Arts Council focused on enhancing neighbourhoods by engaging youth in community development through the arts. UrbanArts initiates arts activities that bring people together in central-west Toronto and city wide.
19 John Street (Weston Rd. & Lawrence Ave. W.)
T: 416-241-5124
F: 416.241.2124

Weston Community Coalition
The Weston Community Coalition is a grass roots, non-partisan organization comprised of a voluntary group of residents, business owners, and representatives from community associations, schools and faith groups. The group was formed in 2005 to protect the Weston community from the threat of a privately run Air Rail Link but is also actively involved in seeking the betterment of the greater Weston area through other initiatives.

Weston Frontlines Centre
Charitable organization that offers much needed services and programs primarily to children and youth in the neighbourhood of Weston.
1844 Weston Road
T: 416-244-7017

Weston Heritage Conservation District
Nonprofit organization formed to establish, maintain, and promote the Weston Heritage Conservation District.
City of Toronto’s Staff Report – Weston Heritage Conservation District Study

Weston Historical Society
c/o 1901 Weston Rd., Unit 7A
T: 416-241-5801 (day) 416-241-7618 (evening)

Weston Silver Band
Based in Weston (Toronto), the WSB membership is made up of accomplished brass players from the GTA and surrounding areas.
1995 Weston Road, P.O. Box 79621,
Weston, ON M9N 3W9
T: 905-691-2744

Weston Village Business Improvement Area
BIA established in 1979, represents businesses along Weston Road, runs the Weston Village Farmers’ Market in the John Street parking lot and the annual Santa Claus Parade.
4 John Street, Unit 3, Weston, ON, M9N 1J3
T: 416.249.0691
F: 416.249-8586

York Lions Steel Band
The York Lions Steel Band is made up of 25-30 teenagers, between the ages 11 to 19, who perform on various sizes of 45 gallon oil drums. The Band provides a constructive, healthy activity for youth in which they learn how to express themselves through music and also to develop leadership and performing skills. The Band’s goals are to provide youth with a year-round activity which, in addition to being lots of fun, teaches responsibility and commitment.
T: 416-769-3446
F: 416-769-0089

York West Active Living Centre
York West Active Living Centre (Y W A L C) is a community based resource centre for persons 55 years of age and older. Serving the Weston community for over 33 years our vision is to promote, encourage and support healthy, independent living.
1901 Weston Road,
Weston, Ontario M9N 3P5
T: 416-245-4395
F: 416-245-5669