Our Community Supporters
Thank You Project Water!
This summer has been unpredictable and hot with many clients coming to Street Health specifically for water. Thanks to Project Water (a project of Engage & Change) Street Health staff unloaded a delivery of two pallets - 168 cases - 4,032 bottles! Much needed and appreciated!
Carmen has delivered more than 1,000 masks to community groups since the pandemic began. That is a lot of sewing! Street Health is pleased to be a recipient of your efforts. Many thanks Carmen!
Thank you Undergraduate Pharmacy Society at the University of Toronto. Their recent Charity Week raised more than $2,000 for Street Health’s OPS! “As future healthcare providers, we are all very passionate about helping underserved populations and Street Health’s mission resonated amongst the students,” Christina Truong, 2T2 Class Council.
A HUGE Thank You to CAFE, for their fundraising efforts - a cheque for $2,500 was dropped off last week.
We appreciate all of our community supporters efforts to help us raise awareness and for these much needed contributions supporting services for those who are experiencing homelessness.
Big thank you to the students and teachers (Rahmin and Mohamed above) at John Polanyi Collegiate Institute. Your donation of winter warmth, personal care and gift cards is a HUGE help in meeting clients' needs.
Thank you Paramedic Alex MacDonald for another year of support.
Your work to coordinate and education through the Toronto Paramedic Donation Drive is greatly appreciated!
Sharing winter warmth - this donation of sleeping bags from the Islamic Relief (and delivered by Yasmin) arrived today! Many thanks for this incredible support!
Thank you to the Toronto Tzu Chi Foundation for the delivery of 6,000 face masks.
Street Health is grateful for the Tzu Chi Foundation's 15 years of vital support.
Thank you Carol for dropping off 100 reusable face masks sewn by her sister Mari.
During these months of COVID-19, Street Health has been fortunate to receive donations of reusable face masks, which are required for accessing services and support client well being.
The Rotary Club of Toronto were among our first donors when Covid-19 hit. This donation gave valuable support for community safety and immediate client needs.