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Fife House partners with Canadian Stage

Fife House is pleased to partner with Canadian Stage on its upcoming production of the award-winning two-part play, "The Inheritance."
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A Taste for Life 2024

Dine out at participating restaurants to support Fife House and help provide supportive housing and services for vulnerable community members and families living with HIV/AIDS. We hope to see you all on April 17th in Toronto!

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Double Your Donation – Twice for Fife

This holiday, share the magic of the season and give the Gift of Hope, Love, and Support to people and families living with HIV/AIDS. Donate in December and your gift will be matched by RPIA*.

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Recognize HIV can be an Invisible Disability

July is Disability Pride Month, where we celebrate and recognize the importance of people living with disabilities as diverse and unique ways of living in our society!
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2021-2024 Strategic Plan

Our strategic themes and goals are organized into three areas of focus: Internal Operations, Service Development, Advocacy/Funding.
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Toronto Star Readers’ Choice Awards

Fife House Foundation reflects on our Toronto Star Readers’ Choice Award win.
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Mathew’s Story

Mathew is a former client of our residential housing program. He moved to Toronto from Sudbury in 2010 after being evicted and becoming homeless. Mathew’s HIV was symptomatic and he was dealing with a multitude of health issues, including schizophrenia for which he was not receiving treatment.

Like many of our clients, Mathew was hoping for a better future and connections to care in “the big city”. With no way to advocate for himself, and with no supports, Mathew was unable to find housing in Toronto and stayed at the largest men’s shelter in Canada for over three months.

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