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Salvation Army - New Hope Leslieville

Good-bye hairy chin pets

It’s unclear why so many men have chosen to socially distance from their razors, making ‘quarantine beards’ a thing, when proper maintenance of a beard can be worse than the daily shave routine.

Whether you choose stubble over clean shave, lumberjack over groomed, or you get crazy with a goatee, it’s your choice.  The challenge is when men need to endure a hairy face because the cost of razors and shaving cream is too much.  Some of the folks from the New Hope Leslieville Shelter are itching (literally) to do away with their beards but can’t afford to shave.

How you can help

We’re pooling funds for shaving cream and razors for those looking to say good-bye to their hairy chin pets and put a bare face forward this year.

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$15.00 of $150.00 target

3 Troopers contributed

This need is open for 8 more days

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More Details: Salvation Army - New Hope Leslieville

The Salvation Army provides shelter to those experiencing homelessness, and more importantly, they offer services and resources that help individuals break the cycle of poverty.

New Hope Leslieville is a Salvation Army men’s shelters. The newly renovated 60-bed facility opened on January 8, 2018 to provide shelter and meals, supportive counselling, housing placement and follow up support services and referrals to employment and rehabilitation agencies for men experiencing homelessness. It is the continuation of 40 years of work at Hope Shelter previously located at College & McCaul.
Location: 
29 Leslie St Toronto, ON M4M 3C3

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