Fred’s Walk: A Great Opportunity for Corporate Teams to Fight Homelessness and Poverty in Toronto
Fred’s Walk brings people together to raise funds and awareness about homelessness and poverty in Toronto. It’s a terrific opportunity for corporate teams and organizations to get involved, get active, and make a difference.
The Intersection of Gender and Homelessness – Addressing the Root Causes of Women’s Homelessness
Homelessness is a problem that affects everyone, but it disproportionately impacts women. This article discusses the challenges faced by homeless women in Canada and outlines some possible solutions.
Future Is in Our Hands – How to Talk About Homelessness with Children
Discussing homelessness with children is crucial for building empathy and compassion toward those who are experiencing poverty and living without a home.
From Homeless To Home – Four True Stories That Will Inspire You
For 127 years, it has been our mission to help people who are experiencing homelessness. Read stories of four people whom we helped to rebuild their lives.
Breaking The Cycle of Poverty: How Fred Victor is Helping Children and Families Living in Poverty
According to Toronto Child & Family Poverty Report, more than 125,000 (26.3%) children live in low-income families – a staggering statistic that highlights the inequality and lack of opportunity that still exists in Ontario’s largest metropolis.