At a time when philanthropy is increasingly vital to the well-being of our city, the commitment of our donors is instrumental in WoodGreen’s ability to support some of our most vulnerable residents.
We know that the face of poverty is changing in Toronto. Today, it could be your neighbour, your colleague or even a family member. We now need to think differently and act collectively if we want a more equitable and liveable city for all.
With donor support, WoodGreen helps 40,000 people each year, including: individuals and families living on low-incomes; newcomers; vulnerable seniors; mother-led families transitioning from shelters; at-risk youth; individuals seeking employment; people with mental health issues and developmental disabilities; and older men transitioning from homelessness.
Thank you again for your continued support.