The Office of EDID would like to help build bridges and connect the King's community to resources on and off campus with links to the work of EDID. We hope you find these resources useful.

King's Resources

  • Student Resources Hub

    • The Good To Talk Helpline provides free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario 24/7. Services in Mandarin are available: call 1-866-925-5454 or text 686868

    • King's students can contact King's Campus Social Worker by emailing if you need grocery cards, which are generously provided to us by Campus Ministry. 

  • Student Emergency Fund - students facing financial hardship resulting from an emergency, accident, or other unexpected critical incident can contact the Dean of Student's office at for more information and to receive an application.

    • You can find a list of local Food Bank here.

    • The King's Cupboard is located in the basement of the King Student Life Centre. Take what you need! The cupboard is currently restocked by Campus Ministry and ACSD (Support Services), and the initiative is supported by the King's University College Students' Council (KUCSC).

    • The Speaker's Bureau would love to come and chat with your class! Connect with them at to book a speaker.  A poster is attached with more information

    • The King's Care Team offers support to any student who seems that they could use a check-in.  You can make a referral anytime by emailing and they will reach out to the student to see how they might help. 

  • The Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI). Our partnership with CCDI provides King’s employees and students with access to the following benefits:

    • CCDI monthly newsletter: November issue
    • CCDI Knowledge Repository - Educational and Inclusion Guides
    • CCDI monthly webinars
    • Big ideas in IDEA: CCDI Consulting's Monthly Newsletter for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility. In the December issue of Big Ideas in IDEA, you will discover the power of self-directed learning and how to create a more inclusive workspace, delve into the history of race and colonialism in Canada, and the strategies of inclusive hiring practices aimed at attracting and hiring a diverse talent pool.
    • New Cultural Competence eLearning Course by CCDI: In today's globalized world, cultural competence isn't just a buzzword; it's an essential skill. Understanding and appreciating the nuances of different cultures is the key to effective collaboration, business success, and ensuring everyone feels valued. CCDI is offering a new eLearning course that will help you bridge gaps, foster understanding, and create a more inclusive work environment.

  • The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce (CBCC) is committed to connecting Black Businesses in Canada to the Global Black diaspora and the mainstream global markets. They promote local and bilateral trade, resources, information, and cultural exchange for business. 

Awards and Scholarships

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