That's the challenge for our supporters the week of March 22nd - 28th. This is the approximate amount our residents have to spend on food every day. To get a sense of how difficult it can be, and the effects of trying to build nutritious meals on such a meagre sum follow the participants blog at www.fifehouse.wordpress.com
Join the conversation on Twitter by using #thrive665
This year the team is attempting to raise $1500 to provide a free lunch once a month to people in a Fife House residence. Click on the drop-down menu on the right side of the page to make your donation today!
SAVE THE DATE!
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2015
Join us at one of dozens of restaurants this April and make a difference in the lives of men, women and families living with HIV just by dining out!
Check back regularly to see if one of your favourites is participating - or choose a new one.
CLICK HERE for the most recent list of participating restaurants.
Pennies from Heaven?
Fife House has a new way for you to give! We've joined ChangeIt so you can give every time you make a purchse with your BMO Bank of Montreal MasterCard just by rounding up the amount..
It's simple to join, you can control how much you want to give during any period and receive a tax receipt for all of your donations throughout the year.
To find out more CLICK HERE
Or be an angel and get started right now by clicking on the ChangeIT DONATE button on the right side of the page.
Small Change CAN make a BIG DIFFERENCE!
Thanks to the ROI program at ARIDO, our original residence on Denison Ave will receive a full first floor renovation. This will create a new kitchen, bathroom and renovate the communal living room and dining room to create a better living space for our residents.
To keep up to date with progress on the renovations, which began in July, follow us on twitter with #DenoReno.
To learn more about Denison, the renovations and plans and see photos of the work in progress CLICK HERE.
Women, HIV & Aging Study
Fife House in collaboration with Toronto People with AIDS Foundation, Loft Community Services, Two-Spirited People of the First Nations and Wilfrid Laurier University is conducting a community-based research: Women, HIV and Aging-The intersecting marginalized social identities, access to services and their impact on the quality of life.
Results will be available in August 2015.