Check out some of our initiatives where you can help us to bring folks in the community together in meaningful ways.
It's a wonderful opportunity to share blessings and lend a helping hand!
Monthly donation drive
Women, girls and transgender folks throughout the GTA(Greater Toronto Area) are going without their monthly care items. Let's come together as a community and help out. Everyone is welcome!
Join us once a month (just like our periods) to gather and organize donations of menstrual items, underwear and toiletries that you can collect and bring in to distribute to local shelters and centres. We require donations of individually wrapped pads, tampons, panty liners, feminine care wipes, hand sanitizer, panties, soap and toiletries. Every bit helps! If you are unable to make it out, please let us know and we can arrange for pick up, and remember, we try to do this every month!
FUNDING PROGRAMS & WORKSHOPS!
Help support creative programming for children, youth, and families from under served communities.
Creative expression is important for children, youth, and families who may not have a voice. Connecting in a safe and inclusive environment to create art with focus on healing, self-empowerment and identity are just a few ways in which we want to engage the mental health of our youth! Children and youth do not have access to these kinds of art programs and we would like YOUR help in providing this access. Your donation will go far in helping to provide these spaces along with art supplies and materials for youth that may need it the most but cannot afford it. Access is important and representation is key to giving voice to our young people using art!
Please donate now!
*Canadians in the lowest income group are 3 to 4 times more likely than those in the highest income group to report poor to fair mental health.
*Mawani and Gilmour (2010). Validation of self-rated mental health. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 82-003-X.
Contact us if you would like to help out at any of our workshops or events! We will provide high school students with their community service hours.