Inforce Foundation had the privilege of hosting a Summer Park Clean Up. The team and volunteers picked up and correctly disposed of litter at Morningside Park. Thank you to all of our volunteers who came out to support Inforce Foundation’s Summer Park Clean Up! Let’s continue to help keep our community clean and safe.
Inforce Foundation had the privilege of donating Summer clothing to the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army is a charitable international organization helping many families and individuals. The Summer Clothing Drive supports the Salvation Army’s various initiatives. Thank you to all our donors for supporting this initiative. Let’s continue to give back!
On May 19th, 2022 Inforce Foundation had the privilege of donating hot meals, non-perishable food items and children’s clothing to Community Shelters.
Dr. Roz’s Healing Place
All three shelters are located within our local community. Thank you to our donors for making this work possible. Let’s continue to empower our community!
Hot Lunches for Community Shelters.
On March 31st, 2022 Inforce Foundation had the privilege of donating 40 hot meals and non-perishable food items to the residents of Dr. Roz’s Healing Place.
Dr. Roz’s Healing Place is a centre for empowerment and healing that works towards the eradication of violence against women and their children locally, nationally, and globally.
On February 18th, 2022 Inforce Foundation had the privilege of donating packaged food items to the families at Birkdale Residence ahead of the Family Day weekend.
Birkdale Residence gives women and children, and refugee families a safe place to stay when they have no home of their own.
We are humbled to spread joy to families in need this holiday season!
Inforce Foundation’s 2nd annual Holiday Gift Drive donations were made to the Native Child & Family Services of Toronto. Native Child and Family Services of Toronto (NCFST) is a multi-service urban Aboriginal agency providing holistic, culture-based programs and services for Aboriginal children and families.
Homes First has been providing supportive housing and shelter for over 35 years to all populations in Toronto. Inforce Foundation had the privilege of donating 100 Winter Kits of essential winter items to women at the Kennedy Shelter and Delta Kennedy Homes.
In the Waterloo Region, it is estimated that over 3,000 men, women and children are homeless on any given night. Inforce Foundation made a financial contribution towards Hockey Helps the Homeless in Waterloo Region, aimed at raising awareness and funding for five local homeless support agencies.
Hockey Helps the Homeless supports organizations and programs committed to ending homelessness through housing, transportation initiatives, mental health support, education, health and wellness, training and employment.
Inforce Foundation donated back to school supplies to the children of Birkdale Residence. This drive benefited students (ages 4-18) whose families are facing economic challenges and helped endorse the value of education in our community.
Thank you to everyone who supported us and made donations to make this back to school drive possible.
Thanks to our generous donors for helping us spread joy to families in need this holiday season!
Inforce Foundation’s Holiday Gift Drive donations were made to the Native Child & Family Services of Toronto. Native Child and Family Services of Toronto (NCFST) is a multi-service urban Aboriginal agency providing holistic, culture-based programs and services for Aboriginal children and families.
A growing food insecurity crisis in Toronto has been exacerbated by COVID-19. Food Banks continue to worry that high demand will endure beyond the pandemic as people living in poverty are often the first to be affected during periods of downturn and the last ones to come out in recovery.
Thanks to all our individual donors and small-business partners of Inforce Foundation’s Fall Food Drive, we donated approximately 1,123 lbs of non-perishable food items to the Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities Food Bank.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Inforce Foundation focusses on creating awareness and helping communities deal with the stress and anxiety by organizing free webinars.
1. Youth Mental Wellness Webinar
2. Online Yoga Session
3. Heart & Stroke Webinar
On July 18, 2020 Inforce Foundation hosted a Curbside Food Drive Event to help collect non-perishable food items in a safe, contactless manner. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the economy, and Canada’s food banks have experienced a surge in demand. Our Curbside Food Drive Event helped collect over 800 lbs of non-perishable food items. All donations of food items were made to two local food banks: The Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities and the TAIBU Community Health Centre.
As the global pandemic continues, health-care workers selflessly work grueling shifts treating infected patients. Inforce Foundation is actively working to provide healthy meals to front-line workers in the Greater Toronto Area. With the ongoing support of our donors, we have now provided 3000+ meals and 160+ mask extenders to frontline workers. We have also supported community health centres, including Anishnawbe Health Toronto, by making a donation towards Personal Protective Equipment.
When the choice is to pay rent or buy groceries, many households simply go hungry. Understanding this dire need, Inforce foundation initiated a food drive of non-perishable and unexpired food items. With the support of our generous donors, we were able to collect 100 lbs. of food items. Partnering with the Daily Bread Food Bank, Inforce Foundation’s team of volunteers helped sort food items to be delivered across Toronto.
Around the world, many children still start life at a disadvantage simply because of who they are and where they are from. Inforce Foundation has prioritized to help children reach their full potential. In this quest, we support kids in Sri Lanka in need of medical treatment, and help provide the necessary resources for their education.