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It’s FREEZING COLD out there. Our outreach van clients sleep on the streets and are in desperate need of warm, dry winter clothing. Please see the full list of urgently needed items and bring in what you can!THE FULL LIST
A robust hands on introduction to povertyInquire
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Who’s on your mishloach manot list? Spread holiday joy with a Purim card and make a difference in the lives of people facing poverty and homelessness in our city!Order Cards
Our outreach van clients sleep on the streets and are in desperate need of warm, dry winter clothing. Please see the full list of urgently needed items and bring in what you can!THE FULL LIST
Looking for an upper hand? Get ready to jump-start your career! Register today for our Upper Shelf program. Next Cohort: March 25 – July 12, 2024
This robust program provides a hands-on opportunity to put the practices of tikkun olam and tzedakah into action to help address poverty and homelessness in our community.Inquire
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Latest: Coldest Night of the Year features on CTV News and CBC News.Visit our news page
At Ve’ahata, we know that homelessness and poverty are complex, systemic issues that require support that meets people where they’re at.
That’s why we have a series of programs that create transformative change in the lives of both our clients and volunteers.Watch Video
Meet Lamarch, one of Ve’ahavta’s pre-employment program alumni. Hear how she changed her life and got back on her feet. Our hearts are full of love for this brave, hard-working client. We hope you enjoy hearing about her unbelievable story of transformation, from a shelter in Toronto to self-worth and financial self-sufficiency.
“ואהבת לרעך כמוך – Ve’ahavta Lerecha Kamocha – Love Your Neighbor As Yourself.” – Leviticus 19:18