With the Nation being under Lockdown, Doorey Chu Team has compiled a list of local Charities that you can DONATE to. Food banks and non-profit organizations are in dire need of your help during this COVID-19 Pandemic.
The Doorey Chu Team has donated to Foodbanks and Homeless programs and hope that you can help any of these Local Charities during these unprecedented times.
We are #InThisTogether so let’s help our community.
Daily Bread distributes fresh and shelf-stable food every day to 135 member agencies that service those in need.
Provides 2 meals a day to those in need.
(Choose Fund to donate ‘2. Common Table – Covid-19 Response’ )
Food bank, programs that provide healthy food, social connection, food skills.
Support to food banks across Canada by developing infrastructure to recover and distribute good, safe surplus food/capacity grants help local organizations purchase equipment to expand cold chain capability to make fresh and perishable foods more accessible.
Food rescue and recovery across supply chain from farm to retail to capture surplus food that is redistributed to over 1,000 social service organizations, providing roughly 43,000 meals a day in Canada.
Specifically for Covid-19, their emergency fund will help most vulnerable neighbors, including children, single people, Indigenous people, seniors and those on disability supports. It ensures the 183 Good Food Organizations and 13 Community Food Centres working on the front lines in 175 communites across Cananda can quickly purchase food and supplies for those who need it most. Manulife will match your donation up to $150k.
FRONT LINE WORKERS AND PATIENT FAMILIES
Subsidized accommodations to support frontline healthcare workers during Covid-19 and patient families.
The goal of Feed the Frontlines TO is to keep local restaurant employees employed and provide delicious meals to our healthcare and social services teams across the city. We hope you’ll join us in this effort to keep Toronto restaurant workers working, and our healthcare and social services teams healthy, well-fed and nourished by the spirit of community.
Shelter, education & advocacy for all women and children.
Provides support and shelter for women and children escaping violence.
Street Haven’s Emergency Shelter provides 50 women with a safe place to sleep, nourishing meals, clothing, and medical supports, as well as access to counselling to help them rebuild their lives.
Pet-friendly emergency shelter that supports individuals 16 years of age and older, who identify as women or non-binary, who are in need of shelter or fleeing violence.
Shelter and supports to women 16 years of age and older who are experiencing homelessness or in immediate crisis.
Fred Victor has two emergency shelters that are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Both offer short-term beds for homeless and low-income people when all other housing options fail. They offer necessities such as laundry facilities and hygiene supplies to all who come through their doors. They also provide support related to health care, information and referral, housing access and advocacy.
The Salvation Army in Toronto operate six shelters for people experiencing homelessness. Recently integrated as Toronto Housing and Homeless Supports (THHS), these six shelters meet basic needs for food, shelter and clothing, as well as provide pastoral care, addictions counselling and housing help.
Good Shepherd Centre provides food, shelter and clothing for people in need. Today, the Centre continues to provide the basic necessities of life. It also helps people overcome addictions, access health care and find housing. Most mostly adult men. However, women attend the meal program, drop-in and use the services of the medical clinic.
A supportive housing residence for people living with HIV and Aids that provides a dignified, caring and home-like environment for persons living with HIV and AIDS who require ongoing care.
A supportive housing residence for Seniors with a history of homelessness.
YSM Evergreen Centre is a safe space for youth between the ages of 16 and 24 to freely access our many services and programs
YSM Cornerstone provides family support services to strengthen the family unit by providing an array of programs and services that meet everyday needs.
YSM Community Support Services works with adults living with poverty, from 21 – 60.
Provides hot meals and bagged lunches daily for the needy, as well as food and clothing for women and families. Their men’s ministry operates a safe shelter for men and a complete line of services, and outreaches encompassing spiritual, emotional and physical needs. The Mission also delivers summer programs and overnight camps for children.
Supports children and youth through difficulties at school, at home, among their friends, or in the community. Offer a full range of innovative programs and services, including counselling, day programs, and residential support.
The Canadian Red Cross is dedicated to supporting individuals, families and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through relationships with government agencies and widespread community partnerships, the Red Cross continues to adapt to emerging needs to assist the country’s most vulnerable as this international crisis evolves. Your support is urgently needed to help ensure the safety of Canadians and vulnerable people around the world. This month only, thanks to Economical Insurance, every dollar donated by Canadians will be worth triple.
It is the mission of The Toronto Humane Society to promote the humane care and protection of all animals and to prevent cruelty and suffering.
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 national service offering bilingual (English and French) professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people. Kids Help Phone is on a mission to ensure our young people are never alone as we all face an unprecedented global crisis with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Society helps to prevent situations that lead to child abuse, and neglect by embracing, strengthening and supporting families, and communities; protect children and youth from abuse, and neglect; provide safe and nurturing care for children and youth; advocate to meet the needs of children, youth, families, and communities.