Annual Report 2020


Photo: Two Children with a Supervisor

Mission Statement & Core Values


To provide exceptional early learning experiences and child care services to children and their families in a community of diverse needs.


Network Child Care Services (Network) operates and delivers services and programs guided by a shared belief in core values and principles. Network values:

  • Children, families, their needs, and the needs of their community, as the pivotal purpose of our ambition.
  • Mutual respect, diversity, inclusiveness, and equity in all its services and decision-making practices.
  • Positive and responsive engagement and ongoing communication with parents/guardians for their unique strengths, perspectives and contributions to our program that will enable us to best meet their child’s needs.
  • The dedicated Staff and Affiliated Home Child Care Providers and their professional contribution, continuous professional learning, and commitment to Network’s mission statement and goals.
  • Liaisons with community partners and resources who provide opportunities for the children to develop close connections with a wide range of community supports.

Network is committed to achieving and maintaining equity, respect, dignity and inclusiveness, in all of its activities. Network’s objective is to welcome, support, recognize and honour the uniqueness of each and every individual who is part of the Network community. Network prides itself in embracing and respecting diverse backgrounds, values, and perspectives within its community and strives to create environments and spaces that are safe and comfortable and where everyone is accepted for who they are.

In support of those goals, Network:

  • Strives to maintain equitable representation throughout its community.
  • Honours and respects religious, racial, and cultural diversity and their intersecting identities.
  • Insists on conduct that promotes mutual respect, inclusiveness, and equity for individuals of all race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, class, age, religious beliefs and physical abilities.
  • Seeks to enrich our understanding and knowledge of Indigenous perspectives and work towards implementing the Calls to Action issued by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as applicable specifically to the education and care of children.
  • Promotes accessibility by identifying, preventing and removing barriers in all our facilities, programs and services.
  • Provides support and accommodation for students who may be experiencing a diverse range of social, emotional and physical health needs.
  • Condemns all forms of racism including systemic, prejudice, stereotyping, racial profiling and micro-aggressions. Our commitment to diversity is reflected in Network’s services, decision-making practices, culture and policies.

Letter from the Premier & a Message from the Mayor


Board President’s and Executive Director’s Report

Welcome to Network’s celebratory 30th year in providing licensed, early years and child care services to families with young children in Toronto.

Thirty years ago, this past September, Network launched the beginning of what has become a child care organization which has provided dedicated, licensed and exceptional care, to thousands of children and families throughout Toronto.

We are extremely proud to report that with our measured growth and stability coupled with integrity and success, we have continued to meet the challenges and restrictions of this past year. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about the need for everyone to be resilient and resourceful as we pivoted, became “virtual” and “met” each other in both new and unique ways. Personal protective equipment and physical distancing remain as part of the aftershock of this virus to which numerous loved ones were lost, including those among us at Network. All the while, Network has remained true to our values that every child is a unique individual and deserves the best child care program possible despite these incredible impediments and restrictions. There is no doubt that Network’s continued success would not have been achieved without the dedicated and tireless efforts of Network’s talented Educators, Staff and affiliated Home Child Care Providers.

As we look back to Network’s 2020 calendar year, which is a reflection of this Annual Report, a global pandemic was declared, and the World required a restructuring of how to move forward through this elusive and incredibly difficult challenge. Schools and child care sites were closed while we considered how as a society we would educate and support our children while remaining fearful of what the future months would bring. Slowly, the movement of everything to being “online” took hold, and Network too responded with instrumental creativity to keep everyone safe. Virtual learning, through every type of electronic device, became the realm of education and care, delivered in a positive and safe manner, to children throughout our Organization. Network’s website and online portals brought hours of content which would delight, educate, and keep children happy while we waited out the many months of uncertainty. As Spring 2020 turned to Summer 2020, the Ontario Government provided direction for licensed child care programs to begin reopening with stringent restrictions which Network met at every juncture. Gradually as the year came to a close, Network had welcomed many children and families back to “in person” care as the need for children to learn and grow in their newly defined “cohorts” became our new-normal in delivering child care. Network’s resilient and exceptionally resourceful Staff and affiliated Home Child Care Providers met these challenges with pride and determination ensuring they could provide high-quality care as safely as possible.

Network’s resiliency was also positively challenged during the year 2020, as Network invested in a number of capital projects to greatly improve the delivery of child care to several of its sites. Work began at Network’s Group, Just Kids and Jubilee Child Care Centres which received funding from the City of Toronto Children’s Services, to create Infant Care settings within these Centres. The Centres themselves also received necessary upgrades which successfully enhanced the child care environment for all children at these sites. Network also began the relocation of its Home Child Care Program Office, to be housed in the same building as Network’s Satellite Child Care Centre. This space offered the Staff a new venue from which to continue to support Network’s affiliated Home Child Care Providers. Finally, work also began at Network’s main office which had required many necessary renovations for many years. While many of Network’s Staff safely continued to work remotely during 2020, the main office space received an environmental overhaul which continued into the New Year.

As we plan for Network’s future growth in this new decade, we would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the ongoing assistance and support and express our deepest gratitude to the Ministry of Education, the City of Toronto Children’s Services, and the Toronto Catholic District School Board. Certainly, without the necessary funding which Network received from the City of Toronto Children’s Services, the capital projects, which were mentioned earlier, would not have been possible.

We would also like to extend our most sincere thanks and appreciation to all parents and families who have trusted Network to care for their children, particularly during the most difficult pandemic which the World has experienced in a century. Their confidence in our programs and in our Educators has been both impactful and crucial to Network’s success as we navigated the year through 2020 into 2021.

Lastly, a very warm and heartfelt thank you to Network’s Board of Directors and Advisors for their thoughtful insight and committed leadership as well as all the individuals and community partners who have contributed to Network’s advancement over the past year! As our Organization reflects on this past year, we at Network remain steadfastly committed to delivering safe child care of the highest possible calibre throughout all our programs. Network was founded on strong principles, and we are proud to uphold those principles with excellence, responsibility, resiliency, and integrity.


2020 Highlights

2020 Year In Numbers

Making Your Children Our Priority for 30 Years

  • 1991

    Original Logo: Network Child Care Services of Metropolitan Toronto Inc. begins operation with a Home Child Care Program.
  • 1992

    The Group Centre is licensed and opens to receive children.
  • 1993

    Network’s Board of Directors pass the first By-laws for the Organization.
  • 1994

    • Expansion of affiliated Home Child Care Providers in the west end of Toronto.

    • Satellite Centre opens to delight of families waiting for care.

  • 1995

    • Network has long waiting lists for its programs and services.

    • City of Toronto begins amalgamation process.

  • 1996

    • Major upheaval in Child Care Sector – Network plans service delivery model that meets these challenges.

    • Official name change to Network Child Care Services.

  • 1997

    Toy lending library in operation.
  • 1998

    Family Consultants and Resource Teachers continue to support our growing group of Home Child Care Providers.
  • 1999

    • Network meets with community stakeholders on furthering quality child care goals.

    • Expansion of on-site child care at Trade Shows and Special Events.

  • 2000

    Music and Movement classes are launched at Network’s programs.
  • 2001

    10th Anniversary: Network is a decade old!
  • 2002

    Annual Women’s Symposium launched to explore issues important to women in the community.
  • 2003

    • Wade Avenue Centre opens.

    • Home Child Care Providers from Victoria Day Care join Network.

  • 2004

    Metamorphosis Child Care Centre opens to neighbourhood acclaim in East End of Toronto.
  • 2005

    • St. Nicholas Child Care Centre starts delivering much-needed service to North Scarborough.

    • The “Best Start” programs are launched throughout the City of Toronto.

  • 2006

    • 15th Anniversary

    • Just Kids Child Care Centre joins Network, along with 15 Home Care Providers in the Keele area.

    • St. Nicholas and St. Gabriel Lalemant “Best Start” locations are opened.

  • 2007

    St. Aidan Best Start Site opens in January of this year.
  • 2008

    Full Day Early Learning initiative begins, based on province’s “Early Learning for Every Child Today (ELECT)”.
  • 2009

    Network chairs HCCAO Annual Conference in Toronto.
  • 2010

    • Full-Day Kindergarten rolls out across Ontario.

    • Network expands its training and continuing education programs for Centre Staff and Providers.

  • 2011

    • Child’s Nest opens as a newly renovated site at 121 Cosburn Avenue.

    • Group Centre welcomes 16 new Preschool children.

  • 2012

    Before and After School Care begins at Holy Cross Elementary School.
  • 2013

    • Child’s Nest’s renovations at 123 Cosburn Avenue are completed and a beautiful new Centre is born!

    • Network now operates 11 programs.

  • 2014

    • St. Maria Goretti and St. Albert are launched as new Before and After School sites.

    • 121 staff are now employed with Network and 80 Providers are affiliated with the Organization.

  • 2015

    • Network hires a Trainer to enhance its Continuing Education programs.

    • Network hosts the HCCAO’s Annual Conference at the Novotel Hotel.

    How Does Learning Happen? is launched as a resource model.
  • 2016

    • Dane Avenue Early Learning and Child Care Centre is launched.

    • St Aidan’s welcomes 10 new infants.

    • In our 25th year, over 200 Network Centre Staff and Affiliated Home Child Care Providers deliver quality child care to Toronto families.

  • 2017

    • Network’s website is revamped and launched.

    • Network releases a new logo.

    • Jubilee Early Years Learning & Child Care Centre opens its doors.

    • St. Agatha B&A School Program was launched in September 2017

    • ADP (Automatic Data Processing), a cloud-based human resources and payroll management software is implemented at Network.

  • 2018

    • Annunciation School and St. Victor Before & After Child Care Programs are added to Network’s growing list of programs.

    • Lansing Early Years Learning & Child Care Centre opens its doors in North York.

  • 2019

    St. Nicholas Early Years Learning & Child Care Centre is relocated and adds an infant room.
  • 2020

    • Bendale Acres Early Years Learning & Child Care Centre opens, marking Network’s 19th Child Care Centre in the GTA.

    • Capital Projects commence at Group, Jubilee and Just Kids to add infant rooms. Major renovations begin at Network’s Head Office to upgrade workspace.

  • 2021

    • Network Child Care Services celebrates 30 years of serving Toronto and the GTA.

    • Home Child Care office is renovated with a brand new workspace at 720 Ossington Avenue.

    • Capital Projects completed with contemporary head office workspace, and 3 new infant rooms added at 3 Centres.



“Upon searching for a daycare in the midst of a pandemic I really thought there would be no hope finding somewhere accepting new enrolments. Thankfully, I was referred to Dane and the experience has been nothing short of amazing. My daughter has now been at Dane for 6 months and she loves it, she loves her teachers and her classmates, and I say this confidently, she has never had a bad day.”

—Sasha D., Parent at Dane Avenue Early Years Learning & Child Care Centre

“We are so grateful to be part of the Network Child Care Family! My daughter, Azalia, has thrived so much at Bendale Acres. She is learning so much and continues to surprise me with new things she discovers with her teacher everyday. I see a huge difference in all her domains from the very first day she started in the toddler room. Thank you, Network Child Care, for having amazing staff and for having a positive vision for the children!”

—Stephanie T., Parent from Bendale Acres CCC


A Look Back on 2020 & COVID-19

In January 2020, the media began to report on the emergence of a dangerous new virus. Gradually, the World Health Organization (WHO), who’s primary role is to direct international health within the United Nations’ system and to lead partners in global health responses, began to raise concerns about the spread of the virus. By early March the WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic and life as we knew it was irrevocably transformed.

As with all daily activities and operations, Network Child Care Services (Network) was confronted with the need to take immediate measures to ensure the safety of its community.

In the middle of March, in accordance with the directions of the Ministry of Education and the City of Toronto Children’s Services and Toronto Public Health, Network was obliged to suspend all its programs and services due to the outbreak of COVID-19. This decision impacted Network and hundreds of other child care operators around the city leaving nearly 80,000 children without care. The initial hope was that Network’s operations would be suspended for a short period of time but gradually everyone came to realize that the closure would extend for a much longer period.

Additionally, with the guidance and support from its Board of Directors, Network’s management had to implement a policy where all administrative staff would work from home or go on administrative leave until it was safe to return to work. This quickly became our new reality and was a difficult decision that Network did not take lightly.

Although services to our Families were suspended, Network wanted to provide support in the safest way possible. Staff worked diligently and tirelessly to enhance Network’s online platform and create a Family Resource portal. This portal was accessible through our website and families were able to view various resources such as pre-recorded, interactive “Music and Movement”, reading, art and design video sessions to support the new “learning from home” model. Network also initiated regular communications with its Families, Educators, Staff and affiliated Home Child Care Providers, so that it could share information and updates on all the various measures that were being introduced by both the federal and the provincial governments. Centre Supervisors and Home Child Care Consultants maintained contact with families and affiliated Home Child Care Providers directly over the telephone or virtually to extend any support and respond to any inquiries.

At the end of May 2020, Ontario and Ottawa reported that the severe COVID-19 restrictions would begin to be lifted on a very gradual basis. That meant that Network had to undertake intense and significant training in relation to the wearing and implementation of personal protective equipment (PPE), physical distancing measures in the child care environment, extensive new cleaning procedures and practices, and education on all policies and safety measures related to managing COVID-19. By the end of June 2020, it was determined that child care centres could resume “in person” care with strict capacity limits. It was evident that going back to work for Network staff would be fundamentally different in many aspects.

To support Network’s various emergency measures, its Human Resources Manager struck a Staff committee with representatives from all its divisions. Its specific mandate was to brainstorm, consult and determine the needs of all employees. Similarly, the Home Child Care Division organized an affiliated Provider “Town Hall” meeting to identify the needs and requirements for the reopening of Home Child Care locations.

In conjunction with the Human Resources Committee and the Home Child Care Division, Network’s Management worked with an external consultant to formulate a comprehensive reopening plan, which was then presented to Staff and affiliated Home Child Care Providers through various “Town Hall” meetings.

Network’s affiliated Home Child Care Providers began to reopen very gradually in July 2020. Care at Network’s Centres also resumed at a reduced capacity over the same period. With the return to “in person” learning in school during the month of September 2020, Network continued to ensure that all health and safety measures were strictly adhered to at all times.

Throughout 2020, all staff worked diligently to ensure that Network’s Child Care Centres and Home Child Care locations adhered to the strict public health measures, as mandated by the Government agencies including limits on capacity, and enhanced screening and cleaning. They all received the necessary training on the COVID-19 Guidelines, the enhanced policies and procedures, and the use of personal protective equipment PPE to ensure the safe return of the children.

The Network Community – Families, Staff, Educators, Managers, and affiliated Home Child Care Providers –are to be commended for their resiliency, unwavering support and commitment to ensuring the safe operation of its child care services.

2021 Iniatives

Network to see completion of renovations and licensing of all upgraded child care Centers & Head Office. These upgrades will add more child care spaces to our centres, as well bring a rejuvenated and modernized look to our administrative office.

Complete relocation and begin renovation of HCC office located above Satellite Centre. Our goal is to have this renovation complete before the year end and establish a modern, comfortable working environment for our HCC staff.

Network to begin implementation of Storypark app. Employing a child care app that would improve communication and family engagement has been a goal for Network for some time. With the challenges of COVID-19, now is the ideal time to implement a tool such as Storypark to better serve our families and empower our educators.

Integrate digital COVID-19 screening across organization. In a year of immense change and new policies, Network aims to implement virtual COVID-19 screening across the organization. This digitization will reduce paperwork, increase staff availability and greatly improve efficiency when screening our children and staff.

Re-certify all child care staff in First Aid. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Network was unable to hold events of any kind, including First Aid/CPR training, elements of which much be conducted in person. Network hopes to complete an organization-wide recertification of Standard First Aid and CPR Level – C/ AED.

2021 will be significant year for Network, as it is our organizations 30th year! This is a tremendous accomplishment for any organization, and Network will mark this occasion in the safest way possible within COVID-19 considerations.


Year ending December 31, 2020

Grant Revenue (39.2%) $5,961,700

Subsidized Child Care Fees (27.7%) $4,215,810

Other Funding (18.7%) $2,843,174

Child Care Fees (14.1%) $2,141,004

Other Revenue (0.2%) $35,323

Total Revenue $15,197,011


Salaries and Benefits (62.3%) $8,276,830

Provider & Contractor Fees (11.8%) $1,560,834

Occupancy Costs (9.7%) $1,291,956

Program (5%) $774,426

Office & Administrative (4.8%) $641,012

Food (3.3%) $431,789

Amortization (2.3%) $309,611

Other Expenses (0.8%) $100,000

Total Expenses $13,276,756

Revenue Over Expenses $1,920,255

Note: Copies of financial statements audited by Ramesar & Associates CA Professional Corporation, may be provided upon request.

Staff Members/Providers

Staff Members

Nasra Abdi

Aziza Abdulaziz

Marlon Agard

Lee Li Nee Agnes

Jasmine Aitken

Zewditu Akele

Mosa Nazma Akter

Nahida Akter

Maria Alberga

Isabel Alvarez

Roshini Arithas

Sabicca Arumuganathan

Sangita Aryal

Nasreen Asif

Hana Abebe Ayalew

Sally Bacchus

Runi Bagom

Alicia Baker

Abbegale Baldwin

Mariama Bangura

Padma Banjade

Ana Baptista

Mariam Baroi

Amaneh Barzegari

Thulasimalar Bastiampillai

Elizabeth Bazga

Farjana Begum

Evadne Benn

Yongzhu Bi

Alphine Bondoc

Chona Borbon

Sandy Botelho

Nardia Buchanan

Arminda Joyce Bulatao

Crisanto Paulo Bustamante

Marites Butt

Divina Cabading

Jessica Calouro

Sonia Calouro

Indira Campbell

Jennifer Carter

Shu Yi Cen

Wing Chan

Yuk-Ying Chan

Chin Yao Chang

Carla Maria Chavarria

Kangzhen Chen

Yan Lan Chen

Stephanie Chin Yu Chung

Cynthia Clarke

Nelia Cordeiro

Virginia Cuadro

Reetu Daddar

Barbara De Cicco

Loretta Delos Angeles

Harsha Desai

Edna Dioneda

Gregoria Directo

Melany Dogino

Anita Dukharan

Gregory Duma’s

Thelma Dumaquion

Alloris Oneka Dyer

Petall Edwards

Maureen Rose Everatt

Juecong Fang

Piera Fasulo

Tasneem Fatima

Mei Xia Feng

Anecia Ferguson

Diane Frias

Amanda Fulton

Aubrey Gablan

Megan Mae Gallant-Samanica

Joanna Mae Garcia

Razia Ghani

Fanouria Gkizali

Cynthia Gonzalez

Yolanda Grant

Shirnette Green

Juvelyn Grospe

Italia Lisa Guarini

Georgia Hadjicosta

Teri Harley

Yu Juan Ivy He

Brianca Henry-Witter

Nancy Hoang

Shari-Ann Holmes

Jenny Howe

Fei Fei Huang

Jane Zhiqian Huang

Fardoshi Islam

Antoinnia Briana James

Anushi Jay

Rachael John

Emely Juan

Dimitra Kampyli

Lucy Kapocho

Maria Katsigarakis

Manpreet Kaur

Komalpreet Kaur

Manpreet Kaur

Sakineh Khalilinejad

Laya Khatamian

Selamawit Kidane

Ntesara Langkozi

Hyun Ju Lee

Doris Lei

Maribel Leon

Jacqueline Levy

Xue Lian Li

Mingyu Cherrie Li

Lindita Lika

Min Yan Lin

Maricel Mejia Linga

Wan Chi Liu

Natalie Lloyd

Irma Joan Lopez-Laggui

Leanne Lowes

Effie Jane Maclean

Patricia Magalhaes

De Oliveira

Athenna Magno

Min Yu Mai

Christina Michelle Malakovski

Whiza Anne Maramba

Razel Maray

Luciana Marino

Luciano Marino

Antonia Mastrella

Arta Mici

Marzieh Miri

Taeko Mizukami

Christina Modopoulos

Aneesah Mohamed

Zakiyah Mohamed

Mohana Mylvaganam

Jegarani Nanthakumar

Rachel Man Shan Ng

Angela Oropeza Diaz

Patricia Pacheco

Sally Medeiros Pacheco

Victoria Pacheco

Inthuja Packiaraja

Joana Laurice M Padilla

Vera Mae Pagat

Dianne Palhinha

Nick Pappas

Jeyavathany Paramanantham

Deomattie Persaud

Michelle Pimentel

Nisha Pitroda

Kahseendah Pompey

Rehana Akter Popy

Diana Powell

Julie Poya-Lama

Leonora Prado

Jennielyn Puon

Lakshi Pushparajah

Sayida Binish Qadir

Tanvir Quader

Wilma Regala

Raven Olivia Reid

Hedda Reyes

Monica Richardson

Pina Rinella-Papp

Doris Isabel Risso-Rocco

Blessi Santiago

Francesca Santoro

Christelle Sayers

Debbie Seerattan

Yanje Sherpa

Agata Siczek

Marlene Silva - Armas

Susy Simoes

Sonia Laurell Simon

Aurelia Simon

Rachael Simser

Sandhya Singh

Kerian Smith

Margaret Smith

Tomislava Stanisic

Vanessa Sterling

Nadia Stirpe

Stellina Alexandra Stratis

Jadwiga Szajner

Thi Set Kha Thach

Kanya Thapa

Vasiliki Theocharopoulou

Luis Varessis

Hoang Phuong Thao Vo

Spiridon Volonakis

Effie Vrazalis

Andrea Walker

Serena Walker

Lei Wan

Chong Wen Wang

Guixia Wang

Elma Wedderburn

Lititia White

Harlene Arlene Williams

Janice Wright

Wei-Ning Wu

Qing Feng Wu

Xiuming Wu

Fang Xiao

Hao Yin

Madina Yokubbaeva

Hyun Kyung Yoon

Ishrat Zahan

Anila Zemblaku

Yanfeng Zhou

Directors and Officers

Mr. Stephen Males, LL.B - President

Ms. Gina Papadakis, BA, OCT - Secretary

Mr. Nick Tsimidis, CPA - Treasurer

Ms. Minodora Grigorescu, M.Ed. - Director

Mr. Bob Monteiro - Director

Mr. Stan Smyer - Past President

Executive Director

Spyros Volonakis

Business, Financial and Program Advisors

Aira Aitken

Jasmine Aitken

Hunter Consultants

BDO Canada, LLP

Ms. Andrea Young, RD

Mr. Douglas R. Varty CPA, CA


Chartered Accountants (Auditors)

KRP LLP Chartered Professional Accountants

Legal Advisors

Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP

Dale & Lessmann LLP

WeirFoulds LLP

Crawford Chondon & Partners LLP

Management Team

Christina Michelle Malakovski

Maria Katsigarakis

Nadia Stirpe

Luis Varessis

Lei Wan

Affiliated Providers

Sahra Abdi

Khamar Abdinoor

Hayat Abdulla

Safia Abdullahi

Saynab Abdullahi

Juhaara Ahmed

Nazli Ali

Tahani Ali

Mareah Anwar

Safiya Badat

Samim Badat

Maria Borges

Shaneeza Buchana

Tahera Chaudhry

Julia Chaves

Zahro Daqane

Mariam Darman

Carmen De Melo

Seylon Dirie

Teresa Domingos

Rita Evans Sealy

Zahra Farah

Marcia Griffith

Yordanos Habte

Maryam Hassan

Marian Hussein

Ishmail Iman

Ubax Aden Isak

Kaltom Isse

Amina Jama

Sarah Joseph St. Marie

Jeeva Kanthan

Jaqueline Keane

Dorothy Kessie

Kawser Khan

Yeasmin Khanam

Carol Limas

Muneera Mahmood

Maritza Martinez

Saron Mengstu

Malyoun Meraneh

Helan Miah

Dunia Farah Mohamed

Farhia Mohamed

Farhia H Mohamed

Hamso Mohamed

Suhira Mohamed

Fartun Mohamud

Shukri Mohamud

Sofia Mohamud

Mariam Murphy

Agdomar Nessa

Faduma Nur

Kin Nur

Fardowsa Omar

Fatima Omar

Lula Omar Ege

Sadia Osman

Rowena Parbu

Cristina Pardo

Saajida Pathan

Maria Penacho

Leila Persaud

Pearl Quash

Rahel Mamo Siber

Judith Rasuki

Teresa Renda

Mulki Said

Seydy Salinas

Hodan Samatar

Ramona Sanchez

Shamkumarie Sheebacha

Haji Shukra

Humera Siddiqi

Aden Suddis

Colleen Sutton

Bithi Talukder

Luna Tawelede

Angelina Valdez

Yolanda Valencia

Hamida Varachhia

Nafisa Varachhia

Alice Warren

Fadumo Warsame

Maritza Wong

Amal Yacob

Fathiya Yusuf

Community Partners and Funding Agencies

Ontario Ministry of Education

City of Toronto

Toronto District Catholic School Board

Home Child Care Association of Ontario (HCCAO)

Canadian Association of Exposition Managers

Canadian Child Care Federation

Coalition for Better Child Care

City of Toronto, District Child Care Advisory

City of Toronto, Every Child Belongs

Davenport Perth Neighbourhood Centre

The Four Villages Community Health Centre

Home Child Care Association of Toronto

Mothercraft College

Ontario Studies in Education (OISE)

Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre

Quality Early Learning Network (QELN)

Past Annual Reports

Five young children are hanging out in a play room

2012 Annual Report

A young girl and a woman play on a swinging rope

2013 Annual Report

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2014 Annual Report

Four young children sit at a table colouring

2015 Annual Report

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2016 Annual Report


2017 Annual Report


2018 Annual Report


2019 Annual Report


2020 Annual Report

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