We’ve put together this list of resources for families to help you during this season. We truly hope this will help you and your kids have a fun and safe time at home.

Click on the tabs below to view resources. Most are free unless otherwise specified.

Disclaimer: Inner City Outreach is not the creator of any of this content. All copyright laws apply. This list of resources is intended for personal use only.

Education/Learning support


  • Khan Academy
    Comprehensive teaching modules in every course for every age. Free mobile app version available. Site also includes daily schedules and parent resources.
  • All-in-one homeschool 
    Free curriculum preschool activities to 12th grade is here! (note: geared for Christian education)
  • Splash Learn
  • Kindergarten Curriculum – Shelby County School
  • Totschooling
    Free printables for toddlers and preschool: worksheets, tracing letters, alphabet games, puzzles, pre-writing, scissor skills, math & literacy
  • Tynker
    Tynker is an educational programming platform aimed at teaching children how to make games and programs. Recommended for Gr. 3+.
  • Udemy – free courses
    Learn from about technology-related electives from photography to programming. Recommended for senior high school learners.


YouTube Channels

Games and Activities

Health and Fitness

Financial, Food and Medical assistance



  • Breakfast Care Packages through Hand Up Toronto
  • Daily Bread Food Bank
    191 New Toronto Street | 416-203-0050 | info@dailybread.ca
    Check the website or phone for updates regarding the changing situation
  • The Stop Food Bank
    1884 Davenport Road | 416-652-2294
    For those in the catchment area: Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 12-3pm; call to confirm
  • North York Harvest Food Bank
    Multiple Locations | 416-635-7771 ext. 0 |info@northyorkharvest.com
    Phone the referral line or email them to determine what food banks are still open and how to gain access
  • The Scott Mission
    Various Locations |502 Spadina Avenue: Prepackaged groceries will be provided at front doors located at the northern end; prepackaged take away meals will be available at the south end of the building
    1550 O’Connor Drive: Prepackaged groceries will be available every Tuesday from the front doors


Mental Health

  • What’s up walk-in:
    What’s Up Walk‑In® counselling sessions are available by phone & video.
    NEW HOURS: Monday – Friday 9AM – 7PM
    Call Mental Health T.O. at 1-866-585-MHTO (6486) to be connected to a counsellor.