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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

11 Cameras, 93 Participants, 2,600 prints, 40 Exhibit Photos, 13 Calendar Photos, 1 City.  Join us at the MYTORONTO photo exhibit, featuring photos from the photography contest for individuals with lived experience of poverty and homelessness.

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Rosh Hashanah is a time of reflection. We take stock of ourselves and our efforts to make the world a better place.  As you begin the new year, please consider a generous donation to help a vulnerable person in this city a chance to get a fresh start!

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Send Shana Tovah greetings and support a great cause! Send your greetings to family and friends with Ve’ahavta’s customized Rosh Hashanah tribute cards today and positively affect the lives of people marginalized by poverty. Order your cards online today!

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Learn more about what Ve’ahavta is doing to educate and encourage youth to take part in Tikun Olam (repairing the world). 

Youth Engagement at Ve’ahavta

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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With its urban street and carnival theme, this year’s event will be like none before. Prepare to be both inspired and entertained in a dynamic environment!

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Inspiration Corner

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