Helping those in Need

At Manor Road United Church, we work within our church and with other faith traditions to identify our own privilege, learn about what we can do to make our community, our city, our world a better place, and to put our words into action. Contact to get involved.

Partnering with the The Rotary Club of Toronto to pack Christmas gift bags for seniors: hats, mitts, toiletries, non-perishable food items and more.

Donations for Seniors at the Roehampton Shelter

Manor Road collected shoes for the Thorncliffe Park Shoe Drive, allowing kids at TPPS to participate in gym classes, athletics, and activities.

On Saturday August 19, 2023, Canadian Community Services Organization, in conjunction with the North Toronto Cluster of Churches, distributed 1650 backpacks to the children of Thorncliffe park.

Donations for Seniors at the Roehampton Shelter

SERRA (South Eglinton Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association) raised $6,678 for seniors at the Roehampton Shelter. Manor Road United Church helped to purchase and deliver TV tables, portable bathroom bars, shopping carts, indoor folding tables, patio chairs, mattress covers, gift cards, program memberships, and eyeglasses.

Donations for Ukrainian Families


Thanks to generous community donations, MRUC was able to drive a van load of items to Port Hope to welcome Ukrainian families settling in Canada.

Manor Road UC was proud to host the Rotary Club of Toronto who partnered with Kids Against Hunger Canada to fill 1692 meal packs to send to Haiti.

Haiti Earthquake Relief

The south western part of the country was hit by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake. We were fortunate to have contacts on the ground in Haiti who distributed supplies to those who need it the most.

Backpacks for Thorncliffe

Again with the support of our community and congregation, we donated over 40 backpacks for school children and youth, part of the 500 back packs from the North Toronto Cluster of Churches.

Housewarming Baskets

With the support of our community, Manor Road dropped off baskets for shelter residents who are moving into their own homes. 

The Hatch @ the Manor

Volunteers from MRUC cooked take away meals for residents of our local shelter. 

Supporting Area Shelters

Our minister, Rev. Dr. John Joseph Mastandrea, dropped off much needed donations of grocery gift cards, hygiene items, and masks from the community to the Roehampton Residence.

240 Manor Road East
Toronto, ON, M4S 1K3
416 483 0695

Manor Road United Church is on the traditional home of the Huron-Wendat Nation, Metis Nation of Ontario, Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation and Six Nations of the Grand River. May we be connected to the heartbeat of the Spirit as one.