Who Wants Toast?


Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre

Who doesn't want toast?!

Toast.  It’s a morning staple.  A must have with eggs.  Best paired with peanut butter and jam or cheese whiz and maple syrup (don’t knock it until you’ve tried it!).

Our friends from Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre (CONC), would like to add toast to the breakfast program offered at the isolation hotel on Roncesvalles.  The hotel is a much needed temporary shelter for the homeless and precariously housed members of our community.

How you can help

CONC needs two new 4-slice toasters to accommodate the demand for this popular breakfast item.   Pool funds and help us get the bread popping!

$100.00 of $90.00 target

8 Troopers contributed

This need closed:
August 7, 2020

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More Details: Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre

The Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre (CONC) is a multi-service agency in West Downtown Toronto. They provide essential services to vulnerable community members including children, youth, adults and seniors living in poverty. Their services are offered to those lacking food and income security, homeless, underhoused, and experiencing other barriers to living healthy lives and participating fully in the community.

They operate a 68 bed men’s shelter at 973 Lansdowne Avenue, a 30 bed men’s shelter at 850/854 Bloor Street West, and 20 units of transitional housing. The housing team at CONC is committed to decreasing on-going shelter use by facilitating comprehensive support and community follow up support. They also help clients to increase their income, social inclusion and supportive community linkages, contributing to housing stability. Eighty-five percent (85%) of their clients residing in permanent supportive housing have retained their housing for 1 year or more.
14 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto ON M6R 2K3

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