Partnership Opportunities

At the Centre for Partnership Partnerships (CCP), we offer a range of opportunities to partner with instructors and students in community-engaged learning (CEL) initiatives at the University of Toronto. We would love to connect with you to discuss potential partnerships.

Check out our Current Partnership Opportunities page to learn more about upcoming opportunities to partner with the university.

Program and Partnership Support

  • Contributing to your current volunteer programs 
  • Developing new programs or projects 

Examples of previous projects:

  • Event planning and delivery for seniors at Kensington Health
  • Supporting fresh food distribution initiatives as part of the Second Harvest delivery team serving YMCA’s Sprott House
  • Preparing and serving meals as part of the community kitchen at Regent Park Community Food Centre
  • Conducting friendly visits and supporting social recreation for seniors at for Kensington Gardens Seniors Friendly Visiting program
  • Supporting a rooftop garden planning initiative for the Centre for Wise Practices in Indigenous Health at Women’s College Hospital

Photo credit: Centre for Community Partnerships


  • Primary and secondary research (surveys, literature reviews, environmental scans, interviews) 
  • Program Evaluation 

Examples of previous projects:

  • Researching Right to Food initiatives across the world with FoodShare
  • Conducting focus groups with the Alliance for Healthier Communities
  • Creating literature reviews on clinical health equity with Kensington Health

Photo by Daniel Thomas

Education and Engagement

  • Tutoring and mentoring 
  • Workshop development and delivery 
  • Client and community engagement 

Examples of previous projects:

  • Tutoring with Youth Assisting Youth, On Your Mark, and City Adult Learning Centre 
  • Supporting literacy workshops with Story Planet 
  • Assisting with afterschool programming and activities for children aged 6-12 at St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club 
  • Conducting research and creating a brochure on drug interactions for harm reduction kits for Street Health 
  • Assessing curricula with the Immigrant Women Integration Program at the Centre for Development and Learning 
  • Leading conversation circles and supporting English language learning at the Learning Enrichment Foundation 
  • Supporting community garden learning resource development at Fred Victor 

Photo credit: Centre for Community Partnerships

Communications, Advocacy, and Fundraising

  • Communications content creation 
  • Contributing to your advocacy initiatives 
  • Translation 
  • Supporting your fundraising initiatives 

Examples of previous projects:

Photo by Mimi Thian 

Is your organization interested in collaborating with students and faculty at the University of Toronto?
We would be happy to discuss the ways we can work together!