Musicians donating their time and talent
to raise money to help the homeless stay safe and healthy.

There are approximately 7,600 people in Toronto who are homeless. The homeless are often victims of violence, suffer from poor health and nutrition, and a higher incidence of suicide. Children, youth, Aboriginal people, new immigrants, and refugees make up the segment experiencing the greatest growth.

— 2018 Toronto Street Needs Assessment —

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Fundraising Concert

Toronto’s homeless citizens need your help as winter temperatures plummet!

Musical Acts of Kindness presents a benefit concert in aid of the Bloor-Yonge Outreach Network who assist people who are homeless and in need through a variety of valuable services and support.

Toronto’s professional classical musicians will be generously donating their time and talents to support fellow citizens in need. Please attend and support this urgent cause.

Pay what you can — it will help!

February 2, 2018 7:30 pm

Church of the Redeemer

Who We’re Supporting

The Common Table

The Common Table

Open Monday through Friday from 8am to 11.45am, the program offers a welcoming space for all who are tired, struggling with economic or health challenges, homeless/living in shelters/under housed, or those looking for a place to belong, find healing, make friends, and be valued.

of Hope

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Working to stop the ‘Revolving Door’ of individuals moving from the street to police arrest to hospitalization and back to the street. Their focus is to create ‘centres of friendship’ that are safe places, and to encourage individuals who are at a crossroads in their lives to support one another.

Sanctuary Toronto

Sanctuary Toronto

Offering dignity, support and direction to people who want to reclaim healthy, meaningful lives through drop-ins, street outreach and one-to-one relationships; offering food, clothing and basic health care, accessing welfare, housing, legal counsel, medical care, counselling, therapy or drug rehabilitation.

Thank you to all of our supporters

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and all of the musicians and volunteers that have donated their time and talent.

Indigenous people, including First Nations, Inuit, Métis, or people who identify as having Indigenous ancestry, make up 16% of the overall Toronto homeless population.

— 2018 Toronto Street Needs Assessment —


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    With the cold weather upon us, please remember…

    In case of emergency call 911.

    If you or someone you know needs street outreach call 311.