North York Seniors Centre
21 Hendon Avenue
Members of the Active Living Centre (ALC) have access to a fitness centre, a café, an arts room, computer work stations plus multi-purpose rooms for classes, services, programs, travel and events. There’s even casual seating space for reading, cards or socializing. All conveniently located on the Yonge subway line at Finch.
Second Mile Club
25 Brunswick Avenue
174 Orchard View Blvd.
The Second Mile Club has been providing community support services to the City of Toronto for over 80 years. We offer safe, recreational spaces with accessible, welcoming services for older adults and adults living with disabilities.
3033 Lkeshore Blvd. West
Represent the needs of seniors.
ISLINGTON SENIORS’ CENTRE
4968 DUNDAS STREET WEST
Programs and services focus on children, youth, seniors, and food security. The Islington Seniors’ Centre provides a warm and friendly place for seniors to share, connect and learn by participating in social, recreational and health & wellness programs and services.
Fairfield Seniors’ Centre
80 Lothian Ave
Fairfield Seniors’ Centre offers a wide range of social, educational and support services to older adults in the community. Special events, older adult’s clubs and weekly programs take place at is centre throughout the year.
Thornhill Seniors Centre
7755 Bayview Avenue
Provides a broad range of new activities, bringing people together, building bridges, brightening days for many.
Sprint Senior Care
140 Merton Street, Second Floor
Offers a wide range of practical and low-cost services to seniors and their caregivers.
Loyola Arrupe Centre for Seniors
1709 Bloor St. West. 2nd Fl.
Offers a wide variety of accessible and affordable programs to fulfill the needs of people 55 years of age and over.
Senior Pride Network
Advocates for the right to be 2SLGBTTQI+ elders, seniors, and older persons, and to access programs and services that are responsive to and designed for our needs.
First Portuguese Canadian Cultural Centre
60 Caledonia Road
Provide educational, programs, services and recreation to people in the community, including seniors, children, youth and adults.
York-Fairbank Centre for Seniors
2213 Dufferin Street
York-Fairbank Centre for Seniors is a non-profit, charitable organization that has provided services and programs to Older Adults 55 years of age and older since 1983.
Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre
627 Queen’s Quay West
Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre is in the heart of an active adult lifestyle community! We offer a wide range of programs specifically designed for older adults 55+. WNC is proud to be recognized as an official Senior Active Living Centre by the Province of Ontario, Ministry of Seniors Affairs.
Mississauga Seniors’ Centre offers older adult members (aged 60 and above) a variety of recreational activities to keep mind and body young.
Bernard Betel Centre
1003 Steeles Ave W.
North York, ON
The Bernard Betel Centre is a vibrant, non-profit community centre located in North Toronto with offerings for older adults (55+). We provide services and programs to over 5,000 individuals each year including fitness, recreation, trips and travel, special events, community support services, health and wellness, volunteer opportunities, and many more.
Senior Persons Living Connected.
3333 Finch Ave. East
Senior Persons Living Connected (SPLC) is a not-for-profit, charitable organization. We listen to deeply understand your personal aspirations and respond with supports to aid you in achieving them. Our team is compassionate, resourceful and inclusive, and collaborates with your care partners to optimize care coordination. We want to contribute to living your best quality of life.
South Pickering Seniors’ Club
910 Liverpool Road South
Programs and services focus on children, youth, seniors, and food security.
Lumacare represents our unrelenting focus on quality and our passion for excellence. Above all, it signifies our tireless commitment to bring light into the lives of each and every one of our senior clients.
Applegrove Community Complex
60 Woodfield Rd
For over 40 years, Applegrove has worked with local residents in the Queen-Greenwood area of Toronto. Services cover the age range with programs for infants, children, youth, adults and seniors.
Central Eglinton Community Centre
160 Eglinton Ave E
CECC’s 50+ programs are fully equipped with hearing enhancement equipment.
Meadowvale Seniors Social Club
6655 Glen Erin Dr
We get together on a weekly basis at the Meadowvale Community Centre, in the Seniors Room on the lower level.