We are developing partnerships that enable us to provide the highest-quality and most authentic experiential learning programs. Our premiere partnerships are with the Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto and Brooks Farms.

Partnerships are reciprocal in nature and we believe in working with both local and global organizations that uphold mutually-shared values.

The partners that we choose to work with demonstrate a meaningful connection within their community and a high regard for the environment. They make sound long-term economic decisions through the use of a big picture lens that focus on People, Planet & Profit.

Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto
The Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto
The Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto (NWRCT) was established 30 years ago by a dedicated group of Aboriginal women who recognized the need for a welcoming meeting place in Toronto for Aboriginal women and their children. The mandate of the centre is to share life-enhancing resources, help and support one another, build capacity and practice traditional cultural customs, ceremonies and teachings. The Centre’s programs are focused on five broad categories: employment and education, culture and spirit, housing and advocacy, youth and families. Visit www.nwrct.ca

Brooks Farms
Brooks Farms was established in the mid 1800’s when Edward Brooks moved his family from London, England to Canada. After spending a few years near Uxbridge, Ontario, Edward moved his family west to the farm’s current location in Mount Albert, Ontario. For over 150 years the farm grew corn, wheat, barley, turnips, potatoes and many farm animals. In 1990, fourth-generation Alvin Brooks, and his wife, decided to grow pick-your-own strawberries and raspberries. In 1998, the farm added pick-your-own pumpkins and the Fall Fun Festival was born. In 2007, the quirky Barnyard Bumpkin characters were introduced and every year the fun continues to grow with new activities and produce. Visit www.brooksfarms.com


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Interested in becoming a partner? To learn more about partnership opportunities, contact us at connect@redwinginstitute.com