By Kathryn Hill
Last year the Red Door served 361 families, including 359 children and teens. It takes more than emergency shelter to help create new beginnings for homeless families. It also takes specialized support services delivered by caring staff and volunteers. That’s why we’re so glad that our new family shelter will have plenty of space for the programming that families need; such as an after-school club for the kids, workshops on tenants rights for vulnerable families, art therapy for healing, and much more.
For more information: www.reddoorshelter.ca/building-hope