The City of Toronto has taken the initiative to improve services and support for victims of domestic and international human trafficking. We applaud their commitment and we have offered our expertise. The City has now approved exploring the development of special housing for victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking. Our Executive Director Bruce Rivers [...]
Jason had no idea how he was going to find a place to live and manage on his own. With entry-level wages and no family support, he worried that an independent life would be impossible.
This rich and hearty soup will add some heat to a blustery fall day.
Just past its two-year anniversary, our culinary arts job training program Cooking for Life is on fire right now. It is thanks to chefs in the community who believe in the potential of our kids.
Our planning through our last fiscal year identified priority areas to enable our kids to succeed. These areas include: housing and support for our youth after they leave our care; career and education opportunities with a strong focus on partnerships and measuring outcomes; advocacy and diversifying our revenue sources.