Why #WomenSleepOutTO top fundraiser Taya Day gives back

When Covenant House Toronto launched the first Sleep Out: Women Unite event three years ago, Taya Day would hear stories from her friends about how inspiring it was to them. Feeling motivated, Day recruited some colleagues and slept out for the first time last year. Through hard work and determination, Day earned the title of [...]

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Sharing our renovations and a big thanks to YOU

From bright new walls to an open concept space, we’ve renovated an essential service area at Covenant House. We are deeply grateful to those who supported this work, and wanted to share our new look. Our Community Support Services program operates as a drop-in for youth who are homeless and for youth in the community [...]

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Why I give: Anne’s story

As a community nurse in the 1980s, Anne saw the best and worst of the human experience. “As a nurse, I saw so much suffering,” she recounts. What broke her heart – and set her path in life – was witnessing child abuse patients admitted to the hospitals where she worked. For many years, Anne [...]

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New channels for raising awareness

The work we do at Covenant House to fight sex trafficking takes an integrated approach. In addition to providing support services to survivors, we conduct research and raise awareness to combat myths and misunderstandings around this pervasive and challenging issue. In 2019, we decided to take a new angle on raising awareness by running a [...]

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This is why Tia Peric takes part in #ChampsSleepOutTO

Since the age of 22, Tia Peric has been an avid supporter of Covenant House Toronto’s Sleep Out: Champions Edition (or Champs Sleep Out) event. Four years later, she is now a dedicated member of the event committee and will be sleeping out again this week. Tia, who is an Associate in Debt Capital Markets [...]

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