Fife House provides secure, supportive, affordable housing to people living with HIV/AIDS in the Greater Toronto Area.




Canada's National HIV/AIDS Housing Portal




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AIDS & Sexual Health Infoline


HIV/AIDS Provincial Strategies

Click on the link above for access to various resources.





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.



To everyone who came - it was a SOLD OUT evening!

A special thanks to our sponsors for their support and our wonderful Fife House volunteers, who helped make the evening our best Spotlight ever.

Click here to see images from this amazing event.




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.

A Look at Our History

Thank you to all of the residents, community members, supporters and staff who came out to celebrate Fife House's 25th Anniversary with us. Nearly two-hundred people joined us to recognize all of the milestones in our history.

Leonard's Story

Watch former Addictions Supportive Housing (ASH) Program client, Leonard tell his story in the video below.

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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 April 2015.

Make a Donation



Please click on the CanadaHelps icon above to help Fife House provide supportive housing and support services for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.

If you're not familiar with donating online, please click here to learn more.

Alternatively, click here to learn more about making a donation to Fife House.

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