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Transforming Lives Through Housing: Stella’s Story

Discover Stella’s journey of resilience and hope as she finds solace and support through Fred Victor. After fleeing violence in Nigeria, Stella found herself in Toronto’s shelter system, feeling disconnected and overwhelmed. With the help of a compassionate Fred Victor case manager, she began to rebuild her life. Follow Stella’s inspiring story of transformation and the power of connection.

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The Power of Food in Building Community: How Taste of Regent Park Brings People Together

Food has always held the power to unite people and create a sense of belonging. In the heart of Regent Park, a vibrant community in Toronto’s downtown east, the Taste of Regent Park by Fred Victor takes this power to a new level. Every Wednesday, from July 5th to September 6th, 2023, this weekly market brings together talented local artisans, craftspeople, community organizations, food vendors, caterers, and entertainers.

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Seven Ways You Can Help People Experiencing Homelessness During Hot Weather

Extreme heat is a health risk. Heat-related illness includes heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat rash and muscle cramps. Other heat-related symptoms include dizziness, nausea, fainting, headache, rapid breathing and heartbeat, and extreme thirst.

Although heat-related illness is preventable, extreme heat contributes to an average of 120 premature deaths every summer in Toronto. People experiencing homelessness are especially at risk.

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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.

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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.

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