Humber has a long history of supporting community through a variety of outreach programs and cultural projects. A key pillar of the 2018 - 2023 Humber Strategic Plan is a healthy and inclusive community.
Transforming education is a powerful vision that must be anchored in the strength of our people. As Humber strives to reach the strategic goals, we understand that true innovation will be shaped by the unique perspectives and contributions of our diverse campus communities and that well-being has a profound effect on achievement and engagement, particularly in times of great change. Lakeshore Campus continues to develop creative connections with various organizations, local Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) and non-profit community partners. We recognize the importance of continued enhancement of our vibrant campus communities by supporting students, staff and local community for social and cultural opportunities.
Projects funded through this initiative provide the opportunity for academic schools and administrative departments to further cultivate relationships with partners and stakeholders – bringing the community to Humber and Humber into the community in support of Humber’s 2018-2023 Strategic plan.
The Assembly Hall has been an important part of the Etobicoke Lakeshore community for over a century. The Assembly Hall is one of the principal gathering places for a multitude of community events, dances and concerts. Humber has partnered and continue to partner on multiple events with Assembly including Culture Days, conference talks and more.
CCFEW was founded to fight development proposals in the former Mimico “Motel Strip”.
A community group of local residents and park users dedicated to protecting, enhancing and preserving the naturalized areas of Colonel Samuel Smith Park in South Etobicoke, Ontario.
The GARDENS Advisory Council operates in collaboration with Humber College and LAMP Community Health Centre to assist in creating an Urban Agricultural Framework for South Etobicoke. The primary aim is to provide opportunities to alleviate food insecurity through the community pod project, educate persons about urban gardening, ecology, and nutrition, and develop partnerships to support gardening and sustainable practices.
JobStart is a community based, not-for-profit agency connecting people looking for work with employers looking to hire.
Lakeshore Arts is a non-profit organization committed to improving the availability of arts, cultural and heritage activities within the South Etobicoke neighbourhood. Lakeshore Arts has been an integral partner in community events like Culture Days, ACT FAST, and other humber events.
LAMP CHC is a multi-service, community based charitable organization that provides a wide range of programs and services to improve a person's health. Humber and LAMP CHC manages the GARDENS pod project in the South Etobicoke area.
Councillor Mark Grimes is committed to building a community with an active, livable lifestyle. He is an advocate for improving the Etobicoke-Lakeshore area. Humber has been involved in many event partnerships through his office as well as a member at the local BIA meetings in the South Etobicoke area.