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Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards technological equipment to enhance current operations to maintain Beite-Seb (a food security program that provides low-income and resource-poor individuals of Eritrean and Ethiopians households with a 5-week food delivery service of culturally appropriate fresh produce and traditional food staples) and Surviving Quarantine (a social media-driven resource program that addresses key issues identified by community members related to the impacts of COVID in the Eritrean and Ethiopian community in Toronto).

$5,000

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards technological equipment to continue delivering and offering accessible virtual mentorship program for Black youth in Rexdale; as well as providing 60 Black children, youth and families with access to essential and emergency resources including food, PPE and hygiene products.
The electronic device loan program will also give youth who do not own devices the opportunity to complete academic and professional tasks.

$5,000

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards technological equipment to continue delivering and offering accessible virtual programming for Somali youth, providing access to essential and emergency resources to 50 Somali community members, post-COVID recovery resources related to job training and skills development, and building connection for healing in the Somali community.
The electronic device loan program will also give youth who do have access to devices the opportunity to complete academic and professional tasks.

$4,957.50

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards technological resources to enhance connectivity with Black Francophone youth experiencing isolation, to share referral information of French language services and resources to Black Francophone families, strengthen network of Black Francophone community leaders, and provide access to essential resources and back to school materials to 70 vulnerable Black Francophone youth in Toronto.

$5,000

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards providing 120 menstrual cups to Black women and Black people who menstruate, are vulnerable and impacted by period poverty during the COVID-19 pandemic as many experience challenges in accessing menstrual products monthly.

$4,922.00

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards providing support to 100 youth in need with COVID-19 support packages containing face masks, hand sanitizer and a $25 grocery gift card.

$5,000

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards providing support to 79 vulnerable families from Guinea, Sierra-Leonne and Gambia who are dealing with access issues related to food, PPE and mental well-being.

$5,000.00

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards technological tools and materials to continue delivering and offering accessible essential programs for Ghanaian single mothers in Toronto, especially catering to their mental health needs, and providing 20 Ghanaian single mothers with access to essential and emergency resources including food, PPE and Black hygiene products, and baby supplies.

$5,000.00

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards providing support to 100 Black families by providing essential resources including PPE equipment, food gift cards and school supplies; as well as provide mental health supports through technological resources for Black youth.

$5,000.00

Funding from BTTF COVID-19 Micro Grant will go towards providing support to 250 Black families (adults and children) by providing PPE equipment that many cannot afford, access to culturally appropriate food purchased from Black-owned restaurants aiding the survival of local black businesses, and engage 15 Black youth volunteers to support project delivery and coordination supporting their skill development in community engagement and networking.

$5,000.00

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