The Greater Toronto Kurdish
Human development is about expanding the richness of human life, rather than simply the richness of the economy in which human beings live. It is an approach that is focused on people and their opportunities and choices
WHAT WE Offer
The GTKH was established in 2006 to help preserve Kurdish culture, provide supportive spaces for interfaith and intercultural events, and address local education and health issues. It hosts annual Kurdish New Year celebrations, Kurdish Heritage Festivals, Halabja and Anfal commemorations, and various other cultural events throughout the year, including Kurdish dance performances, food contests, and talent shows. However, we have identified a need to provide additional services, particularly for youth, seniors, and people with disabilities
What we do
helping our community children to restoring the history, culture, tradition, language of the Kurdish community and more.
Every Sunday’s at 10 AM.
To help the Kurdish new comers improve general wellness by relieving stress, supporting good health habits, and improving mental/emotional health, sleep, and balance.
Monthly Zoom meetings on different topics to promote awareness.