Toronto Coaching - International Coach Federation

Organizations participating in Coach Connect

As an ICF Toronto member you now have five organizations to choose from to provide volunteer coaching through the Coach Connect program. The descriptions below will help you align with an organization that fuels your passion for giving back to our community. Click on the organization title to access each organization's website. Please refrain from directly contacting any of the organizations to be a Lead or Volunteer Coach. If you are interested in being a Lead or Volunteer Coach in any of these organizations, please fill out a Coach Interest Form and indicate the specific organization that you would like to serve in.

We sincerely appreciate your willingness and enthusiasm to donate your time and energy to make pro-bono coaching both accessible and available to the communities supported by these organizations.

Bethell Hospice

Number of participants anticipated: 10 to 12 volunteers

Number of coaches required: No further coaches required at this time

Bethell Hospice is a non-profit organization that provides exceptional and accessible palliative care services to individuals and families facing life-limiting illnesses in the Caledon, Brampton, Dufferin County and West Woodbridge regions of Ontario, Canada.

Palliative care is an approach that focuses on providing quality care and comfort to individuals suffering from life-limiting illnesses, ensuring that the highest quality of life is achieved until the end of life. Comfort and care is also provided to families in the form of various services including bereavement support.

At Bethell Hospice, all services and community programs are provided at no cost including their core service, the residential care program for individuals with life-limiting illnesses.

Location: 15835 McLaughlin Road, Inglewood, ON

Ernestine's Women's Shelter

Number of participants anticipated: 12 to 15 volunteers

Number of coaches still required: No further coaches required at this time

Ernestine's Women's Shelter, an organization run by women, provides support and shelter for women and children escaping violence. The organization assists women and children in rebuilding their lives by providing crisis intervention and a range of holistic support services, while acknowledging the multitude of issues facing survivors of abuse.

Ernestine's adapts its services to honour diversity and the unique needs of the individual. It promotes awareness, education and advocates for early intervention and prevention.

Location: Kipling, south of Albion, Etobicoke

Elizabeth Fry

Number of participants anticipated: 12 to 15 volunteers and staff

Number of coaches still required: 3

Elizabeth Fry is the only social service agency in Toronto with a specific mandate to provide programs and services for and about women in conflict with the law. It offers individual and group counselling, crisis intervention, release planning, referrals, transitional housing, and community education.

Elizabeth Fry relies on the support of committed volunteers who provide a number of services, including administrative/office support, one-on-one mentorship, court support and accompaniment, resource development, fundraising and events-based support.

Location: 215 Wellesley Street East, Toronto

Tropicana Employment Centre

Number of participants anticipated: 10 to 12 (nature of participants still to be confirmed)

Number of coaches required: 10

Tropicana Community Services is a Toronto-based multiservice organization, that provides all youth, newcomers, people of Black and Caribbean heritage and others in need, with opportunities and alternatives that lead to success and positive life choices. Tropicana offers culturally appropriate programs such as counseling, child care, educational and employment services and youth development. 

Location: 1385 Huntingwood Drive, Scarborough, ON, M1C 5G1

Up With Women

Number of participants: 24 clients

Number of coaches participating: 16

Up with Women (UWW) is a Canadian charity dedicated to helping recently homeless and at-risk women to build sustainable, prosperous careers and businesses with the aim of permanently exiting poverty. UWW is continuing to expand their program in South Western Ontario in Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, Cambridge, Hamilton and London as well as Barrie.

An integral part of the tremendous success that UWW has had in their 12-month career and business development program is integrating Career and Business Coaching where each client is paired with a certified professional coach who will work with program participants twice a month, for a year.

14845-6 Yonge Street Suite 185  Aurora, ON, L4G 6H8
T: 416.960.4791 x3   F: 416.929.5256