Tips for Coping with COVID-19

By Dr. Thomas S. Li, C. Psych. (Clinical Psychologist) & Counselling Team of 105 Gibson Centre With the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are isolated and distressed. Fears, anxieties and worries are threatening our physical and mental health as we face the increasing uncertainties in our lives[i]. In coping with the situation, we

Mobilizing Masks for Health Care Providers

Mobilizing Masks for Health Care Providers, a grassroots organization consisting of physicians and advocates, is partnering with 105 Gibson Centre and CAA Club Group to create a large-scale mask donation drive. The goal is to bring masks to frontline healthcare workers at hospitals and long term care facilities across Toronto and the GTA. As of

Message from Ray (2)

We are here for you: our Executive Director Raymond Lee shares about our loss from connecting with people due to social distancing and how kindness is crucial to us at this time. He also recommends the phone app that helps reduce stress, improves sleep and develops gratitude.

105 Gibson Centre CLOSED

As a result of the state of emergency declared in Ontario, 105 Gibson Centre will be closed until further notice. Only our essential services Food Bank and Counselling will open by appointment ONLY. Any updates will be announced on the website and on our social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). We apologize for any inconvenience and

Celebrating Community

In the past, our community had welcomed many new users into our midst. Each person has a different story. How did they find their community here? Jack, who uses our Food Bank, also played basketball in our gym where he met new friends. Together, they formed a basketball league and entered into a competition in