"Compassion and social justice across borders"

Casa-Pueblito is a non-profit, international organization that facilitates community development and intercultural learning, with a focus on youth, in Canada and Latin America


Exciting projects for 2017!

We've recently confirmed our exciting projects for the upcoming year and want to share them with you! As always, our projects are designed in the spirit of solidarity and social justice. We receive requests from community members and community-based organizations that speak of their most urgent needs. Visit the Current Projects section of our website to learn more!

2017 Toolkit for Inclusive Education

We're excited to announce that our latest edition of our Toolkit for Inclusive Education is now available for FREE. This enhanced Toolkit contains NEW culturally responsive and reflective teaching materials, lesson plans and professional development resources designed to help educators better engage Latinx secondary school students. Visit our Teacher Resources page to download the toolkit!

Alumni and Board Member Spotlights

Recently we asked students, teachers, community members, staff and supporters about what Casa - Pueblito means to them. In the coming months, we'll be featuring new alumni and board member spotlights. Visit our Blog page to read about their experiences!  

Voices for Change Anthology

This year, as part of our Youth Change-Maker program, 7 Latinx students created the Voices for Change Anthology: A Collection of Short Stories, Poetry, Statements and Art Work by Latinx youth in Toronto.  Visit our Teachers Resources page to download the anthology! 



Casa - Pueblito presents: Finding Oscar!

Casa - Pueblito is proud to announce our first summer event: a feature showing of the award-winning documentary Finding Oscar on July 19th at the Revue Cinema.  After the film, come to Gate 403 for live music by Juno Award winning Julian Fauth, a silent auction, as well as door prizes! Visit our upcoming events page to learn more & to buy tickets.

Join rural Nicaraguan women in the struggle for clean drinking water

Women in Nicaragua spend several hours each day collecting water and walking long distances under the sun to reach clean water for their families. Your generous donation can ensure these women can build their own artisanal well and secure their family's right to water.