Upcoming Events

Stay Woke for Hope

Join us for the 2nd Annual Stay Woke for Hope! Stay Woke for Hope is a 12 hour *no sleep* challenge in support of Julliette's Place. This year’s event will take place on October 16-17, 2021 from 8:00pm-8:00am.

Create a team of 2 to 5 people or participate individually. Come up with a team name, colours, or even costumes! Be creative and prepared to stay awake for 12 hours! Each participant must raise a minimum of $125 in pledges.

All participants will stay connected with us throughout the night via social media, completing fun challenges and activities. Tons of amazing prizes to be won! To register or for additional, please email [email protected]

Stay Work for Hope Poster

Click here to download the Stay Woke for Hope Instructions sheet

For more information on these activities – in addition to sponsorship opportunities, donations, and grants – please contact:

Simone Cornelissen, Manager – Community Engagement and Fund Development
[email protected]
416.724.1500, Ext. 206

Wednesday August 19th, 2020 – throughout the day

We hope you’ll join us for a fun-filled event featuring exciting presenters from the world of food and drink, home décor, personal wellness and much more! Over the course of the day, you’ll be able to listen, learn and participate in as many sessions as you like – all while raising funds and awareness for women and children who have experienced violence and are living at our local women’s shelter, Julliette’s Place. Additionally, shelter staff will participate in a coffee chat to discuss how the pandemic has impacted their work and overall shelter operations.

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic created a ‘perfect storm’ for domestic violence to increase. Physical distancing means some women have been in the presence of their abusers 24/7 when stress and worry have been at an all-time high. For some, job loss and economic uncertainty has created even more volatile circumstances at home. There are also fewer ways out of these dangerous situations. Where once a woman could call a crisis line while her partner was at work, now these life-saving calls are made while an abuser sleeps in the next room. Bottom line? Our shelter needs our help now more than ever.

Our Virtual Uplifting Party is how we plan to make a difference. Together, we’ll raise critical funds for Julliette’s Place, while lifting each other’s spirits and learning from our team of experts!

To make a tax-deductible donation to Julliette’s Place, and for more information on this event, please visit the Royal LePage online fundraising page by clicking on the link below:

https://royallepage.myetap.org/fundraiser/makeastatement/individual.do?participationRef=1185.0.2036902215

 

Big thanks to Heather Lemieux who will personally match the first $1,000 donated!

Contact Us

For questions regarding our Donor Privacy Policy, general inquiries, or to request removal from our contact lists, please email:[email protected] , or write to:

Homeward Family Shelter (Julliette’s Place)
#219 – 1371 Neilson Road
Scarborough, Ontario
M1B 4ZA

Financial (cheque) donations may also be mailed to this address; or processed immediately by Credit Card/Pay Pal

Crisis Line: 416-724-1316

Homeward Family Shelter