The Huntley Street Project
Fife House netwered into an agreement wiht Casey House to lease their current premises at 9 Huntley Street after they move to thier new quarters in the Spring of 2017.
We will be renovating the interior of the building to create a new Transitional Housing Program.
Find out more about the project and how you can help us realize the opportunity to create a place where we can help men, women and trans individuals rebuild their lives CLICK HERE
WHOLE FOODS MARKET
On Tuesday, May 10th, Whole Foods Market, Yorkville held their %5 Community Giving Day to benefit Fife House. We want to thank everyone who came out and supported this initiative. A special thanks to all the staff at Whole Foods Yorkville Market for their warm welcome and help in making this an enjoyable and worthwhile experience.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Grace and have a conversation about her experience of arriving in Canada in 2011 as a refugee from Africa. She spoke very little English and had only discovered she was HIV+ after her arrival. Her ultimate goal was to find employment and eventually bring her four children here, so she could support and care for them. How she approached this seemingly insurmountable task is a story of determination, resiliency and hope. She describes Fife House staff as having been there for her, every step of the way.
CLICK HERE to read Grace's story.
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 or your RBC VISA or 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!
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 study: Women, HIV and Aging-The intersecting marginalized social identities, access to services and their impact on the quality of life.
For a Summary of Findings and Reccmmendations CLICK HERE.