The McDonald Family YMCA
As the King-Spadina neighbourhood ballooned, growing thirty-fold since 1996, the City of Toronto identified a shortage of healthy infrastructure to support this dense community.
The new McDonald Family Y will help fill this gap, co-locating relevant programs for easy access all under one roof.
Learn more about the programs and amenities you can enjoy when this new centre opens.
Bringing essential services to our dense downtown community
Snapshot of neighbourhood needs
Compared to the rest of the GTA, people living near the McDonald Family Y tend to be younger, live alone, earn lower incomes, or struggle with unemployment.
of households are individuals
of residents are 20
to 28 years old
of residents earn
unemployment levels in the
- Youth Leadership Development programs that set the next generation up for success
- Day camps that build confidence in future trailblazers
- Health & Fitness programs for people of all ages and abilities
- Volunteer and employment opportunities that can help launch young people’s careers