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Consulate General Of Israel - Consul General
180 Bloor Street W., Suite 700,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 2V6
(416) 640-8500
(416) 640-8555
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Official representative of the State of Israel in Ontario and Western Canada

Ezrat Achim
55 Rockford Road,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3A6
(647) 403-9395
(905) 669-6243
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dicated to assist needy families and individuals for Shabbat on a weekly basis.
Toronto's Jewish community has grown tremendously and unfortunately, the need for financial help and food in the community has become increasingly remote. This non-profit organization relies solely on generous donors, sponsors and committed staff of volunteers. Individual or family must have an Orthodox synagogue affiliation.

Family Resource Centre
1 Promenade Circle, Suite 313,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, L4J 4P8
(905) 882-8509
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Drop in centre located on the third floor of the Promenade in Thornhill. Ages are from birth to 6 years.
Daily craft, kosher snack, music circle and a weekly Shabbat party. Children's programs and parenting workshops available throughout the year. Toy and parenting library. A joint program of Jewish Family & Child, Bathurst Jewish Community Centre and UJA Federation.

Holocaust Centre of Toronto
4600 Bathurst Street, 4th Floor,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3V2
(416) 635-2883 x5153
(416) 635-0925
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Through education and remembrance the Holocaust Centre of Toronto safeguards the lessons of the Holocaust in order to nurture an inclusive society.
Numerous educational and community outreach activities include: sponsoring Holocaust Education Week, museum tours including dialogue session with a Holocaust survivor speaker, Educator seminars, senior student symposium, preserving Holocaust survivor testimonies and artefacts, perfrmances and cultural events, school programs, Holocaust education resource trunks, the Anita Ekstein Resource Collection and professional librarian assistance, and curriculum consultation. Open to the Public: Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Sunday 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Evening visits for groups can be arranged by special appointment.

Jewish Caucasus Community Centre
100 Antibes Drive, suite 203,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3N1
(416) 986-7583
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Caucasian Jews or Gorsky Jews originate from the Caucasus Mountain region in the southwest of the former Soviet Union.
The Jewish Caucasus Community Centre was established in September 2007 to help Caucasian Jews integrating in Canadian society and Toronto's Jewish community, while also maintaining their "self-defining" cultural and linguistic identities. The vision of the Jewish Caucasus Community Centre is having one centre where the Caucasian Jews can receive cultural, educational, recreational, social or financial services. The community centre was established to be used for workshops, programs, athletics, drama, art, dancing, music, handicrafts, hobbies and recreation for the general public. The JCC includes the cultural and recreational programs (including women, children, youth and senior programs), Jewish holiday and cultural activities, social and immigration services, Jewish education and post secondary education services, communication and publications, etc.

Jewish Russian Community Centre of Greater Toronto
5987 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 1Z3
(416) 222-7105
(416) 222-7812
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Orthodox - affiliated with Lubavitch
Main office for the synagogues, minyanim and services that make up the JRCC. Includes the Institute of Jewish Studies, Exodus Magazine, Gen J for Young Adults, JRCC Hebrew School, Pre-school + Day Care and Holiday Programs.

JIAS (Jewish Immigrant Aid Services)
4600 Bathurst Street, Suite 325,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3V3
(416) 630-6481
(416) 630-1376
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JIAS (Jewish Immigrant Aid Services) Toronto exists to promote and facilitate the lawful entry of Jewish refugees and immigrants into Toronto, Canada, working to advance the well-being of newcomers by providing a full range of outreach, support, counselling, training and referral resources, to help Jewish newcomers integrate into the Jewish Community of Greater Toronto and Canadian society at large.
Services/programs include: Immigration information and referral, Advocacy and liaison to immigration authorities, Settlement and adaptation counselling, Orientation to Toronto and its Jewish Community, Financial assistance for those who are in need and are eligible, English as a Second Language Instruction, Social Support Groups, Community integration programming includes welcome events,

Jvia Network
97 Regent Street,
Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, L4C 9N7
(905) 508-2892
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JVIA Network - connecting active Jewish, vision-impaired adults.
A new group affiliated with the BJCC that welcomes participation and enthusiasm. Hopes to establish recreational interesting and varied outings and activities --a program that allows for socialization and networking.

March of The Living
4600 Bathurst Street,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3V3
(416) 398-6931 x5359
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A two week educational experience that takes Grade 11 and 12 students to Poland and Israel.
The March of the Living is a two-week educational experience that takes place in Poland and Israel. Hundreds of Canadian students each year mark two of the most important dates in Jewish History. On Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) students participate in a three kilometer March from Auschwitz to Birkenau as a silent tribute to victims of the Shoah. Students observe Yom Ha'zikaron (Israel's Memorial Day) and celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel's Independence Day) while they are in Israel.

Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre
750 Spadina Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 2J2
(416) 924-6211
(416) 924-0442
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The Miles Nadal JCC provides recreation, pre-school, nursery school, after school programs, sports, children's activities, cultural arts, music classes, seniors activities, holiday celebrations.
MNJCC also offers Sunday Morning Study Series, Movie Nights, Adult Education classes including Conversational Hebrew and Yiddish. Also has community choir. MNJCC also has the Al Green Theatre which presents theatre events, music series, and film programs through rental and co-production. Formerly known as the Bloor Jewish Community Centre.