Top 5 Impact: Toronto Charities 2020

2020 Top Toronto Impact Charities

The Top 5 Impact: Toronto Charities list includes the 5 charities operating in Toronto that we have analyzed that have demonstrated the highest value created per dollar spent.

  

2020 Top 5 Impact: Toronto Charities based on demonstrated impact per dollar donated (listed alphabetically): 

 Charity  Sector  To Donate
Boundless School  Education  Donate
East York Learning Experience  Education  Donate
Eva's Initiatives       Homeless - Youth    Donate
Street Health - New  Homeless - Health     Donate
Toronto Foundation for Student Success - New      Youth  Donate

 

 

 

 

 

Please also view our overall top impact charities:

As well, we have released 4 additional lists of charities with top impact:

 

For more information on our impact assessment please view our Social Impact Ratings Methodology or contact Greg Thomson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 416-363-1555.

 

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