Choices Youth Shelter
A HOME FOR TODAY
CHOICES FOR TOMORROW
We’ve partnered with The Home Depot Canada Foundation to help raise funds for our community! And you can help too!
DID YOU KNOW? The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to preventing and helping to end youth homelessness, pledging to invest $50 million by 2022. This support will give homeless youth the housing, support and hope they need to live safe, healthy and productive lives.
The Orange Door Project, The Home Depot’s national fundraising campaign is one of its many fundraising components. From now until December 20, The Home Depot customers can make a $2 donation online (orangedoorproject.ca) or in-store in support of a local youth-focused housing charity.
All funds raised at the Orangeville The Home Depot store during the campaign will support Choices Youth Shelter.
Encourage your friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues to support the campaign today!
Learn more at orangedoorproject.ca https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/corporate-information/our-community/the-home-depot-canada-foundation.html?fbclid=IwAR1_2w9-O22NtcV-kZSKfElnFafIrh48VGdlXcBXZ6fOdNanhbyPPEOJNWU
It’s that time of year again!!
Our resident have prepared their wish list and are excited for the up coming holidays.
If you are interested in donating please contact our shelter at email@example.com
-Black Shoes (Women's Size 6.5)
-New Boots (Size 13 Men)
-New Sweaters (Large)
- New Sweaters (Size 3XL)
- Hats (Beanies)
-Slippers (Size 13)
-Track Pants (LG)
-Sweaters/ Shirts (M)
Great news for Dufferin County!!
We now have a transit system that travels from Dundalk stopping in Shelburne and continuing to Orangeville.
This will allow you to access services in the Orangeville area easier.
Here is the route and ticket reservation links
Thank you to Booklore, authors Jesse Thistle & Genevieve Graham, interviewer Bianca Marais and our community for your generous donations and support!