The Black Foundation of Community Networks (BFCN) is a
non-profit organization that was founded in 2011. Based in
Ontario they proudly serve and support Black communities
across the province. BFCN provides free and low-cost
programs, advocacy, and resources, and connects people
with other local organizations and services.
The BFCN Scholarship Program is designed to address gaps
and barriers in order to ... Continue reading "BFCN Scholarships & Awards"
Enjoy the news & information items from the April edition of the McGivney Monthly school newsletter.
FMM is proud to offer free tutoring in Math and Science courses by our amazing FMM teachers.
Please see our Tutoring Flyer for more details and contact the FMM Guidance Department for more information.
The YRAACC (York Region Alliance of African Canadian Communities) and Sankofa Programs are offering their Summer Outdoor Program. Have fun in the sun and a break from online meetings.
Is your child(ren) tired of being stuck in doors online?
The Sankofa Program is offering a solution to online fatigue. The entire family ... Continue reading "Sankofa SUMMER OUTDOOR Programs"
The NEW Black Youth Helpline has been designed to specifically address the needs of Black youth and families.
The Helpline will serve as a point of contact for youth, parents, schools and key stakeholders who work with youth. One of the aims is to help schools and other youth serving organizations effectively manage the most vulnerable children and the multicultural challenges of working ... Continue reading "NEW Black Youth Helpline"
At Father Michael McGivney, we proudly share in the success of our current students, but also love to promote those who have gone ahead and forged in new paths after they have moved from our building.
FMM alumnus, Dr. Kristopher Alexander, is a shining example of the great work that our FMM grads are doing in their chosen ... Continue reading "Sharing FMM Alumnus News"