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The Clean Air Partnership is a registered charity, founded in 2000. Our mission is to work with partners to achieve clean air, facilitate the exchange of ideas, advance change and promote and coordinate implementation of actions that improve local air quality.

Atmospheric HELP

Toronto Atmospheric Fund (TAF) just released their latest news that blends urbanism and eco-conscious technology. One of the new programs that the City of Toronto is spearheading is the Home Energy Loan Program or HELP for short. HELP is a “new financing tool offered by the City of Toronto” to help homeowners improve their home’s energy efficiency and save money. This is offered by various ways such as upgrading your home’s insulation and replacing old energy consuming appliances such as your furnace or refrigerator. Also known as “retrofits” these upgrades or changes to how your home consumes energy can contribute to cutting your “energy bills, improving home comfort and reduces harmful emissions to the environment.” So not only are you helping green your home and becoming more environmentally conscious, but you’re also treating yo’ self.


HELP is currently a pilot program so that means that the program is only available to specific neighbourhoods such as Black Creek, the Junction and High Park, Toronto Centre, Riverdale, and the Beaches.

For all the information about HELP and how to qualify for HELP, please click here.

To view more of the work that Toronto Atmospheric Fund is doing, follow this link here and follow them on Twitter.


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