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Mission Statement

Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre fosters an atmosphere which will encourage our community as a whole to participate in and develop a positive, healthy and caring neighbourhood.

 Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre was founded in 1988 by concerned members of the community to enhance the quality of life of those residing in the Dixie Bloor area.​ Programs offered are free of charge and responsive to the needs of the community.

Staff, volunteers and neighbours work together to identify and discuss issues and concerns, develop and provide services and programs to meet the needs of the community, and promote community participation. Board meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month and are open to the community.

Please visit our announcements area for updates on all upcoming activities and program schedules. Feel free to contact us if you need any assistance with the website or if you have any questions in regards to any of the listed support services.




Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre is an accredited, non-profit organization providing support services to residents of Mississauga East; immigrant settlement, employment, parenting, youth, seniors, community dispute resolution and volunteer opportunities. Our annual revenue is $8M.

This meaningful Board of Director opportunity will appeal to those interested in the stewardship of a caring and vibrant community-focused organization where programs offered are accessible, responsive and at no cost. The agency mission is to foster an atmosphere which will encourage our community as a whole to participate in and develop a positive, healthy and caring neighbourhood. The Board is particularly interested in candidates who have a professional background in Finance.

Board members reflect the ethnic, cultural and demographic characteristics of our neighbourhood and are chosen from the community, local organizations/associations and businesses. Qualifications include a keen interest in serving our community and the ability to contribute skills, advice and time to this commitment.

The appointment to the Board is for a three year period with a time commitment of approximately three (3) evening hours per month, plus sub-committee work. The Board regularly meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month. Each member must annually sign the Criminal Offence Declaration, Oath of Confidentiality, Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest statement, be at least 18 years of age, support the mission and mandate of the agency and undergo a criminal background check.

If you are interested in exploring this opportunity, please submit your resume along with the completed Application Form found on our website at to

For further information, please contact Lynn Petrushchak, Executive Director at 905-629-1873 or​


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