October 24, 2019


Another great turnout for 416Cares!  Thank you to everyone for a great evening and thank you to the Leaside Pub for the space and the free munchies!

The end result?

About The Journey Home Hospice: Launched in 2018, Journey Home Hospice is a partnership involving the Saint Elizabeth Foundation, Inner City Health Associates and Hospice Toronto. It is a joint passion to improve equitable access to hospice palliative care for Toronto’s homeless community in a socially innovative way. Journey Home Hospice provides our clients with high quality health care services and a safe, welcoming and caring environment for their end-of-life journey. A place based in the community, for the community.   They currently have four beds in one downtown Toronto pilot site location and are planning the expansion to a 10 bed hospice in the next two years. Once expanded, Journey Home Hospice is expecting to serve approximately 100 individuals annually, plus a much larger network of family, friends and caregivers.

Charities Nominated

The three charities were randomly chosen from those that were nominated through the website when checking out.  In all 30 charities were nominated, some more than once: 

Camp Awakening, Women's Habitat, Amani Children's Home, Assaulted Women's Helpline, The Children's Book Bank, Mooredale Camps, Journey Home Hospice, TNO Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office, Camp Ooch, Interval House, Restorative Justice Housing Ontario, Becoming Neighbours, CARD. Community Association for Riders with Disabilities, The Children's Book Bank, Multiple Sclerosis, New Circles, The Stop, Sheena's Place, Canada North, Trails Youth Initiatives, Regent Park School of Music, MDAO, HOPE https://www.hope4parents.ca, Amici Camping Charity, Outward Bound, Dress for Success, The Jack Project, Arthritis Society, Camp Awakening


Here are some pictures from the event.  if you have any to share, please send them to us (or let us know if you want your mug shot deleted!).