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A Jewish Humanitarian Response to Poverty

An Evolution

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Mobile Jewish Response to Homelessness

Street Outreach with Soul

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Ve’ahavta Street Academy

Creating pathways out of poverty through education. 

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Volunteer @ Ve’ahavta

Get Inspired. Take Action. Repeat.

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Thank you for celebrating Tikun Olam with Ve'ahavta. View Photos

As you contemplate your year-end charitable giving, please consider a life-enhancing “Gift from the Heart” to Ve’ahavta.  Make a selection from the donations levels offered and remind people they have not been forgotten. 

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111 Cameras, 93 Participants, 2,600 prints, 40 Exhibit Photos, 13 Calendar Photos, 1 City.  

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Thank you to our generous sponsors!  We extend our sincere appreciation to our sponsors, and are grateful for their support of our programs that create positive change in the lives of people marginalized by poverty and hardship.

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Building Foundations for Women aims to support women experiencing poverty and other life challenges to build stable and active lives and move toward their employment and education goals. 

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Looking to pursue your personal, career or educational goals in 2018? The Ve’ahavta Street Academy is now accepting student applications.

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Ve’ahavta WINTER CAMP for ages 10-14 is coming up on December 24, 2018! Enjoy a meaningful tikun workshop, hear from a powerful speaker and pack winter warmth kits for people in need.

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Views From the Street: MYTORONTO: Ve’ahavta’s MYTORONTO photography contest gives individuals who experience homelessness the opportunity to show their perspectives of Toronto through the art of photography. Thanks to The Toronto Star for the great video and coverage of our program!

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“If I am not for me, who is for me; and if I am (only) for myself, what am I. And if not now, when?” – Hillel, Ethics of the Fathers, 1:14