NYCH in the Media


North York Community House leaves Lawrence Square for new location

North York Community House has moved its main office up the street from its former location in Lawrence Square Mall.

Opinion: Talk politics — especially with youth. Our democracy depends on it

Executive Director, Shelley Zuckerman writes about youth and democracy in her column for North York Mirror.

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Settlement agency helping Syrian refugees plant roots in Toronto

Fannie Sunshine speaks to the Mahmoud family, Program Director Vivien Green, and Program Manager Rabia Din about the challenges Syrian refugees continue to face.

Toronto's Lawrence Heights is moving on up and residents want their say

Dominik Kurek speaks to NYCH staff about the Creating Change Together initiative funded by United Way of Greater Toronto. Through the initiative, NYCH is facilitating residents to come together and voice their opinions and to connect them with local agencies, developers, politicians, governments and other community leaders.

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Opinion: Caregivers must get better pay, be reunited with family more quickly.

Executive Director, Shelley Zuckerman writes about Filipino caregivers and the impact of family separation on parents and children in her column for North York Mirror.


Give Smart: North York Community House

Katelyn Verstraten talks to Executive Director Shelley Zuckerman about where your money goes when you give to North York Community House.

- March 15, 2015

North York Community House gets $400K to research service improvements

The federal government announced a grant to NYCH to improve services for newcomers through the Service Delivery Improvement Fund. Aaron D’Andrea speaks to Jelena Rosic Nemet, a client and volunteer at NYCH, about the services she received, and Shelley Zuckerman, Executive Director, about NYCH’s plans for our work.


North York Community House helping senior caregivers thrive

Executive Director, Shelley Zuckerman writes about Senior Caregivers and their contribution to our families and communities in her column for North York Mirror.