Syrian Refugees: Help


Sponsors & Syrian Refugees: WoodGreen can help you with the entire settlement process. Click here for more info.

Click here to make a cash donation.

If you already have an account with the H.O.M.E portal, please click here to login.



 There are no disruption at this time.

Click here to learn about accessibility features at WoodGreen.

Workshops & Training

WoodGreen offers many workshops, classes and online training and services for clients. You can find calendars of activities  here.




WoodGreen launches H.O.M.E


H.O.M.E (Housing Opportunities & Marketplace Exchange) allows donors - both businesses and individuals - to post available housing, goods and services to help Syrian refugees arriving in Toronto.

If you wish to donate goods and/or services OR post housing opportunities using the H.O.M.E portal, please click here to get started.

For more information about the H.O.M.E portal click here.

WoodGreen’s Immigrant Services department operates a wide range of settlement services including language programs, job search services, employment bridging programs, a mentorship program, networking activities, and social and recreational activities. Contact for more information.

Opportunity blogs here


WoodGreen is walking with Pride!

Join WoodGreen and the Toronto Neighbourhood Centres for the 35th annual Toronto Pride Parade on Sunday, July 3rd!

WoodGreen staff, volunteers, and program participants are invited to join the parade, celebrate gender identity and sexual orientation victories, honour our history, continue the fight for justice, and dance in the streets!

Fifteen Toronto Neighbourhood Centre agencies, including WoodGreen, have signed up. Each marcher will wear a T-shirt from their own neighbourhood house (to be provided). A vehicle for music, ferrying water, and any people who need a ride is being organized. Bring your own hat and sun screen.

So if you want to join the Parade, we need you to register by June 15 – so we can bring enough water, get an emergency contact (it’s going to be hot, hot, hot), and so we can make sure we have the correct permit.

Those people who register will receive the instructions of where and when to meet! Please ONLY register if you are committed to going – rain or shine!

For more information, contact Diane Dyson, 416-645-6000 x1252, or Bruce Graham, 416-645-6000 x5276.

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