“An estimated 235,000 Canadians experience homelessness each year and 35,000 experience homelessness on any given night”
– Raising the Roof
Regardless of your opinion on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, you wholeheartedly believe that we’re all entitled to the basic necessities of life, including food and clean water. When those snow or wind storms roll through your area, you ramp up your support for local food banks and shelters. You find great reward in serving others, and you’re always looking for opportunities to help out!
Share your results! By sharing you’ll encourages others like you to be charitable this holiday season.
Helps homeless and at-risk youth in Toronto leave the streets behind and build healthy, fulfilling and productive lives.
Provides shelter, food, settlement services, and legal support for vulnerable refugees.
Provides housing and support services for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS.
Provides affordable housing to women and children fleeing abuse, and immigrant & refugee individuals and families.
Creates an environment for growth and recovery for people with mental illness through housing, employment, and social recreation programs.
Helps men, women, families and children experiencing or at risk of homelessness; especially those experiencing long-term homelessness and facing housing exclusion.