Improving the Lives of Families


2014 Partners

Camp Winston provides inspiring recreational opportunities for kids with complex neurological disorders who need highly specialized support. We operate four, two-week summer sessions attended by campers aged 7 – 13 years from across Canada, in addition to 14-16 respite weekends throughout the balance of the year. Campers have a complex combination of neurobiological disorders which include: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Tourette’s Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Severe Anxiety.

Camp Winston

The Diaper Bank of Toronto helps fill a critical and otherwise unmet need for diapers among the most vulnerable in our community. Started by two moms who saw a need, The Diaper Bank believes that clean diapers are essential for babies and their caregivers. Yet 1 in 4 children in Toronto live in poverty and these families are at risk or have experienced diaper need.

The Diaper Bank

Emily’s House is a 10-bed residential hospice that provides integrated respite and pediatric palliative care in a home-like setting. Committed to optimizing the quality of life for children with a life-limiting illness, we offer an alternate to hospital or home care. Emily’s House provides a range of client-centred programs and services for children with a life-limiting illness, as well as supports for their caregivers and siblings. 

Emily's House

The Groves Hospital Foundation

Incorporated in 2002, Groves  Hospital Foundation is dedicated to raising and stewarding funds for the advancement of health  care at Groves Memorial Community Hospital. We are committed to staying at the cutting edge and our vision is to continually inspire the community to support Groves for the future.

The Red Door Shelter

The mission of the Red Door Shelter is to end homelessness for each family that comes through our doors by providing a safe, temporary refuge and critical services to support them in healing, rebuilding their lives and integrating back into a community. The Red Door Shelter has been on the front lines of delivering support services to homeless families in Toronto and the GTA since 1982 and to this day our “Red Door” represents help and hope for approximately 500 families annually.