FBC, in collaboration with the Global Health Innovation Lab of the University of Toronto (Now of Western University) proposes assessing the level of awareness and knowledge of STBBIs amongst Black Canadians between the ages of 18-34 and identify the barriers to accessing knowledge and awareness around STBBI prevention and testing.
Equipping black youth and young adults with the skills and knowledge necessary to become successful entrepreneurs. Participants will be eligible to receive a grant of up to $5,000.00.
Following the success of the Brampton cohort, we launched four more cohorts in Ottawa, Calgary, Regina, and Vancouver. Each week the students had a 1-hour learning session followed by a 1-hour physical education session. Over the past few weeks, the students from the...
On April 21st, 2023, our Executive Director, Chris Thompson joined MP Shaun Chen; Chenai Kadungure (Executive Director of Black Physicians Association of Ontario, BPAO), and Dr. Neil (BPAO Board Member and Black Creek Clinic Lead) to officially announce that the...
The Black Accessibility Knowledge (BLAcK) Hub is Canada’s first ever all encompassing Black-centred accessibility hub! It is a confidential, fully accessible, and free resource for Black people with disabilities of all ages, their families, caregivers and support...
Supports for Student Learning
SSLP is a free after school program with mentorship for Black youth. Providing free workshops, 1-on-1 tutoring, mentoring and the opportunity to receive scholarships of up to $6000.
A 4 month program delivered virtually. You and your peers will be provided with mentorship, business seminars and a chance to pitch your start-up and receive funding to help jump start your idea!