Black Families Un-Conference adds second date due to overwhelming response from Families in Toronto

The Black Families Un-Conference, has received overwhelming positive response from Families across Toronto, we have reached capacity for the October Friday 28-Sunday October 30th dates and we have added a second set of dates for Friday November 4th- Sunday November 6th.

We will begin a waiting list after we have reached capacity for the November datesĀ  for those who are interested in attending the Black Families Un-conference and we strongly recommend that you do continue to register, as we will be drawing from this list should families drop out or if additional spots/ or dates are made available.

What is the Black Families Un-Conference?

The Black Families Un-Conference is a three-day gathering for families who identify as Black or Racialized to take part in a camping experience for the entire family that will take place in one of Tim Hortons Camps in Ontario, at no cost to the families that attend.. The idea behind the Black Families Un-Conference is to create positive memories and experiences for these families (parents or guardians and their children) as a whole in a safe environment that they may not be able to afford. This initiative is a collaboration with Justice Fund, Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC), Tim Hortons Camp and the Black Daddies Club.

To register for the November 4th-6th dates, please use this link, please register before deadline of October 13th 2022 to avoid disappointment.


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Brandon Hay, MES


(Business); Social Impact, Social Enterprise, & Sustainability

Founder-Black Daddies Club

Therapist-in-Training at The Gestalt Institute of Toronto