The Marsha Forest Centre

Charity address and neighbourhood:

47 Indian Trail
Parkdale
Toronto
ON
M6R1Z8

Introduction

1) Provides Support Services To Families And Groups Creating And Sustaining Circles Of Support. 2) Publishes Articles And Social Media Updates On Matters About Inclusion Of People With Disabilities. 3) Maintains A Web Site 4) Playfair Project: Creates Playfair Temas – I.E. Blended Teams Of Abled And Disabled Multi Aged Children Who Create Extra Curricular Clubs In Schools. I.E. Club Creates A Play And Performs It. Play Is About What They Learned About The Joining Of The Abled And Disabled. All Playfair Clubs And A Mentor With A Disability. 5) The Centre Is Collaborating On A Book And Materials Being Written By And For New Literacy Learners – Under The Basic Heading Of U-Can. 6) Facilitating The Translation Of Many Of The Inclusion Documents Into Other Languages Where “Inclusion Resources” Are Virtually Unavailable. I.E. French, Spanish, Portuguese, Etc..

CRA Certified charity

Charitable Organization

Education

Support of schools and Education

The Marsha Forest Centre Overview
$1,403

Total revenue

$17,562

Total expenses

$1,801

Total liabilities

$70,813

Total assets

Charity Needs

Key stats

Headquarters: 47 Indian Trail
Neighbourhood: Parkdale
Number of employees: $1
Full-time employees: $0
Part-time employees: $1
Registered: 1991-07-12
CRA business registration number (BN): 132361205RR0001

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