SCCC Facts

SCCC Mission:
To support and foster the well being of individuals, families, and community groups by providing and encouraging both local and international opportunities for recreation, education, athletics, community participation and inclusive social interaction.

  Our catchment area is from Bloor Street to Lake Ontario and Dovercourt Road to Yonge Street, but our programs are directed towards everyone across the city and globally.
  Our census tract can be viewed here:
  Our census tract includes 4,355 residents of whom 60% are immigrants (compared to 46% for Toronto as a whole)
In 2013, SCCC’s Market 707 was the recipient of a Special Jury Award from the Toronto Urban Design Awards - "this project represents a remarkable initiative undertaken by a community association as a means to engage the public in the life of the street.”
  In 2009, Scadding Court was awarded the William P. Hubbard Award for Race Relations.
  We work closely with our political representatives including Councillor Joe Cressy (Ward 20), Councillor Mike Layton (Ward 19), Han Dong, MPP Trinity-Spadina, and MP Adam Vaughan.
  An average of 500 people use the community centre every day.
  We deliver over 1500lbs of fresh and local and naturally grown produce from our communities gardens to the local food bank and meal programs in the local area annually.