WoodGreen Timeline

Image Decade Description
Rev. Ray McCleary
1930s
WoodGreen was founded by Rev. Ray McCleary and formally incorporated on April 12, 1937
WoodGreen Community Centre at 835 Queen Street East
1940s
Opened the brand new WoodGreen Community Centre at 835 Queen Street East
United Way of Toronto & York Region
1950s
Became a founding member of United Way of Toronto
Ray McCleary Towers
1960s
Ray McCleary Towers, a new affordable housing building for seniors opened at 444 Logan Avenue
Delivering Meals on Wheels
1970s
Began delivering Meals on Wheels
WoodGreen Chinese Services
1980s
Launched first immigrant skills program, opened first employment centre and built 36 units of affordable housing on Queen Street East
Woodfield Child Care Centre
1990s
Continued to expand child care operations by opening the Woodfield Child Care Centre
Homeward Bound, First Step to Home and Rites of Passage
2000s
WoodGreen launched Homeward Bound, First Step to Home and Rites of Passage
WoodGreen Youth Transitioning Program
Today
Developed and launched Free 2 Be, a new wrap around model of support for youth transitioning out of care
Tomorrow

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