Parkdale Golden Age Foundation

Parkdale Golden Age Foundation (PGAF) is a non-profit charitable organization that was established in 1974 with the aim of improving the quality of life for seniors and the disabled through various programs.
Our assistance is available to Seniors over the age of sixty and to people with disabilities in the Parkdale-High Park-Davenport area. Our boundaries are from Bathurst St. to Humber River (East to West) and from the Bloor St. W. to the Gardiner Expressway (North to South). Some of our services do extend outside of our boundaries on occasion.

Our goal is to help seniors and people with special needs manage living alone a little easier with assistance in cleaning, shopping, banking, meal preparation, escorting to appointments, dining programs in various locations, social and recreational programs amongst other services. We provide leadership, support, education and coordination on the issues that affect the seniors, persons with disabilities, their families and youth in the community. Parkdale Golden Age Foundation is a community resource that works closely with numerous agencies such as St. Joseph's Health Centre, Community Care Access Centres (CCAC), Meals on Wheels, Toronto Housing Company and more.


Services for Senior Citizens


Our programs and services are partially funded by:

What is Parkdale Golden Age Foundation (PGAF)?

Designed By MESL, 2013
Our programs and services are only partially funded by the Government. We also accept donations from individuals, as well as companies and foundations. If you would like to make a donation please refer to our donate now page.