Working at the intersection of design, data, strategy and engagement we lead systems change and transform communities.




Black Youth Resilience Project

With a focus on Toronto, the goal of the Black Youth Resilience Project is to learn from Black youth and other key stakeholders to develop new service models that more effectively serve Black youth who face multiple barriers, while increasing their community engagement and leadership skills. By 2021, this project will have created a service delivery framework that is intended to assist the youth service sector in improving service delivery to Black youth facing multiple barriers.


Caribbean African Canadian(CAFCAN) Social Services- Community of Practice

We are working with CAFCAN to develop a community of practice in the North-West part of Toronto to help Black-led and Black serving agencies serve Black children, youth and their families better.



Addressing gun violence

Paul Bailey, Principal at REVIVE, spoke with Matt Galloway and Farhia Warsame, Executive Director of the Somali Women and Children's Support Network on Metro Morning about what needs to be done by prospective city leaders to address gun violence in Toronto.


Youth Opportunities Fund supports 39 Non-profit projects with over $12M in grants

REVIVE has been funded to conduct a community-based research project that will improve the capacity of those in the the youth service sector to effectively respond to and serve the needs of Black youth facing multiple barriers..