105 Gibson Community Needs responds to the needs in the community.  We are dedicated to serving all members of the community regardless of their ethnicity, religion, gender and background because it is the compassion and hope of Jesus that we want to share. Below are some, but not all, of the services that we provide.


Get Help: We collect and distribute food to people in need regardless of age, gender, race or religion.

If you are in need of food, then please call our intake number 905.946.8787 ext 107 or email us at fooddrive@105gibson.com. We serve on a by-appointment basis to ensures that someone can meet with you when you are here. On your first visit, we will ask you some questions to get to know you and your situation.

Don’t worry, we respect your privacy and will not share your information without your permission.

Give Food: Please donate non-perishable food items only such as canned meats and vegetables, cereal, and rice. Also, we ask that you make healthy choices when picking the food to donate.

The drop-off box is located at the Centre’s North entrance. You may drop off your food donation anytime during the centre’s opening hours. If you are looking for other ways to support our foodbank, please check out this page.

Free Tax Clinics

During the tax season, trained volunteers provides free tax return service for individuals and families who meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Individual income less than $35,000
  • Family income less than $50,000
  • No business or rental income
  • No investment income
  • Foreign properties less than $100,000

Tax Clinic 2019 Dates

March 2 – April 28, 2019
Every Saturday: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Every Sunday: 2:30 – 5:30 pm

March 13 – April 3, 2019
Every Wednesday: 6 – 9 pm

English, Cantonese and Mandarin services available.
Please call 905.946.8787 ext 168 or email taxclinic@105gibson.com if you meet the above criteria to book.


We need volunteers to assist with the tax clinic from March to April. Positions include Tax preparer (prepare tax return forms with clients), receptionist (greet clients as they arrive at clinic) and telephone scheduler (check phone voice messages and schedule appointments with clients).

If you are proficient in English or Cantonese or Mandarin and are interested in helping out at the tax clinic, please click here to apply. As tax clinic runs on weekends from March to April, you can specify the days when you can help us.

For more information, please contact

Out of the Cold

Out of the Cold is a program organized by Mosaic Interfaith, with an aim to provide shelter and meals to those in need during the winter months. Toronto Christian Community Church is one of the hosts in York Region and starting in 2019, OOTC will take place at 105 Gibson Centre.

It takes many volunteers to run OOTC each year. If you are interested in helping, please sign up below.

Talking Book Library


Talking Book Library (TBL) has formed a strategic partnership with 105 Gibson Centre.  Both organizations, in particular, seek to serve the community of visually impaired persons (VIPs). The Cultural Café, is currently operated by The Joy Beyond Vision Community, provides training and employment for VIP’s who prepare and serve food and beverage to the public.

A recent installment of a portable recording booth at 105 Gibson Centre will allow TBL to expand its audio production of Christian materials for the visually impaired and print disabled. In addition to TBL’s long history of English narration of over 2,500 inspiring Christian books for the blind, available through CNIB, TBL has begun an exciting pilot project to narrate books in Chinese.

Currently, TBL’s recording studios are located in Stouffville, ON where over 40 volunteer narrators and editors record and edit books in the DAISY format for the blind (14 of the 40 are Chinese speakers). To expand its volunteer base, TBL’s portable recording booth in Markham provides greater accessibility by transit.

TBL, which is the only Christian audio book publisher for CNIB, is the first to offer audio productions in Mandarin and Cantonese. You can hear some of TBL’s Chinese productions at our website: www.talkingbooklibrary.org/chinese-pilot-project

TBL is grateful to 105 Gibson Centre for sharing its resources and allowing the placement of a portable recording booth at the centre. We hope that forming this alliance will raise greater awareness for the VIP community overall.