About the Foundation
In 1990 Villa Charities Foundation was established as a member of the Villa Charities family of organizations with the mission to provide continued reliable financial support for member organizations of Villa Charities in the Greater Toronto Area.
Projects and operations that serve the community to date include:
(1976) offers long-term care and community services to seniors in a culturally sensitive environment. After two additions, today 391 residents call Villa Colombo home and over 700 clients living in the community are provided services such as Adult Day Programs, Meals-on-Wheels, and so much more which is vital to helping older members live rewarding, and active lives.
(1980) offers fitness, educational, cultural and culinary programs enriching the lives of over 100,000 people who take advantage of this piazza every year. Its objective is to fully realize individual and collective potential through meaningful programs. The Carrier Gallery, since 1987, has been a venue for artistic expression. Together they are the Italian Canadian community’s contribution celebrating and sharing the spirit of multiculturalism.
Villa Colombo Vaughan/Di Poce Centre
(2003) extends our trademark long-term care model to York Region by providing quality care in a culturally sensitive environment to 160 residents.
Caboto Terrace (1984), Casa DelZotto (1991) and Casa Abruzzo (2004)
The Villa Charities family also includes apartments for independent seniors: Home to almost 1,000 seniors.