WE ARE READY TO HELP YOU Our mission is to enhance the well-being of individuals, families and
support their efforts to integrate and reach their full potential.
Our activities are guided by our core values of inclusiveness, respect, collaboration and cultural sensitivity Empowering New Comers Children, youth and Families
to thrive, one person at a time


Sankofa Family and Community Service is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate social services and support to Ghanaian and African Canadian children, youth and families, including newcomers living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), and to all those needing assistance.


Our Mission

Our mission is to enhance the well-being of individuals and families and support their efforts to integrate and reach their full potential.

Our Services

We provide free, culturally sensitive and linguistically-appropriate social services and support to children, youth and families...

Our Programs

We also provide cultural programming and lessons that enhance understanding and facilitate dialogue between all Canadians.


We organize and promote seminars and workshops on issues that are of interest to Ghanaian and African Canadian refugees...

New Imigrants in Canada? Get Help

Are you a new comer in Canada or need any assistance as an immigrant? Worry no more, Sankofa Family & Community Service got you covered


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Toronto for All Offers Useful Resources for Black communities

Toronto For All is a public education initiative to generate dialogue among Toronto residents in order to create a city that says “no” to all forms of discrimination and racism, including systemic racism. Want to help? View the campaigns below to get the knowledge and skills you need to identify, question and challenge systemic barriers […]

Black neighbourhoods in Toronto are hit hardest by COVID-19 — and it’s ‘anchored in racism’: experts

Story culled from Global News There are more Black people living in Toronto neighbourhoods that have the highest number of novel coronavirus infections — indicating that there are health inequities impacting those communities due to anti-Black racism, experts told Global News. Worse health outcomes for Black people have only been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, […]

Ontario provides funding to help non-profits cope with COVID-19 impacts.

On December 23, the Ontario Trillium Foundation announced the first of two rounds of grants awarded through the Resilient Communities Fund. Close to $41 million of funding has been awarded to support 486 projects run by non-profit organizations in Ontario who have been impacted by COVID-19. Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries announced the new […]

An unequal society means covid-19 is hitting ethnic minorities harder

HEALTH | ANALYSIS 21 April 2020 By Layal Liverpool During the coronavirus epidemic, people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are being hit particularly hard, according to emerging data. The most recent figures compiled by the UK’s Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre suggests that of nearly 5000 people critically ill with […]

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