Past Events | Red Door Family Shelter

Past Events

A logo for Unplugged For Shelter
May 07, 2021

Join us Friday May 7th at 7:00pm for some great music from talented young musicians and to help us raise funds for The Red Door Shelter, Scarborough Women's Center and Nellie's Shelter!

100% of every dollar raised goes to these local organizations through the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.

Charitable receipts are provided for donations $20 and above. 

May 01, 2021 to May 07, 2021

This Mother's Day, give your mom a gift she'll love (and one you'll want to keep)!

From now until May 7th, purchase raffle tickets for your chance to win the ultimate Mother's Day gift basket; filled with goodies from some of our favourite local businesses (valued at approx. $400).

May 01, 2021 to May 09, 2021

This week only (May 1st-9th), when you purchase any product from Toronto Facialist, you’ll receive a complimentary skin consultation for you and your mom! 10% of sales will go to Red Door.


May 01, 2021 to May 09, 2021

Corbin Catering is celebrating Mother’s Day this year like no other. They are selling food & floral packages perfect for that special mom in your life. They are providing the delicious food and @houseandgardenco is making the beautiful flower arrangements. What’s even better is that they are giving back and donating 10% of sales to Red Door!

To order your hamper today, visit:

Apr 25, 2021 to May 05, 2021

Hooked loves moms!

Given we are all at home this year, we can help you send your love and thanks to her door with a beautiful brunch, gorgeous flowers and delicious natural wines.

We will include assembly and light cooking instructions so that anyone can handle this brunch set up like a pro.

Treat her like the queen that she is with this fantastic spread from Hooked.

Apr 15, 2021 to May 09, 2021

To celebrate Mother's Day, ai Toronto Seoul created a special Mommy & Me collection to celebrate the special bond between mothers and the children.

With every purchase of a Band 1, Band Mini, and or Band 1 Set, @aiTorontoSeoul will be donating 10% of all sales to Red Door. 

To purchase, please visit:

Mar 30, 2021 to Apr 27, 2021

She Does The City is hosting a 5-week PWYC workshop series designed to support self-care and community connection Sign up for one class or all five! Soul Stretch / Poetry for Healing / Slow + Flow + Glow Yoga / Visual Journalling / Dear Anxiety: A Gentle Writing Workshop. All proceeds will be donated to Red Door Family Shelter. Tuesdays at 8PM - kicks off Tuesday March 30th. We hope you can join us.

For more info and to register, visit:

Mar 26, 2021

Game Gurus are bringing you a fun, exciting and safe trivia event for your family and friends to participate in while helping a great cause!

Let’s Get Trivial! will be virtual and divided into 5 rounds of trivia questions from different categories. There will be 15-20 questions per round and each round will be demarcated by short intervals of entertainment by the host.

A mom and daughter on a winter walk.
Feb 01, 2021 to Feb 28, 2021

This February lace up your winter boots and join us in our 2nd annual Coldest Night of the Year fundraising walk! Because of COVID, we’ll be doing things a little differently this year in order to keep everyone safe and comply with government regulations, but it can’t stop us for showing support for homeless families in our community!

The pandemic has had a significant impact on all our lives, but especially on women and children fleeing domestic violence and homeless families. Red Door families need your support now more than ever.

A poster with the outline of a young woman's face advertising the film Queen of the Morning Calm
Jan 29, 2021 to Feb 04, 2021

Red Door is honoured to present a special virtual screening of the award-winning film Queen of the Morning Calm by writer/director Gloria Ui Young Kim. 

Queen of the Morning Calm follows 29-year-old immigrant sex worker Debra (Tina Jung of Kim's Convenience) and her self-aware 10-year-old daughter Mona (award-winning newcomer Eponine Lee), as they embark on a journey of emancipation. Debra attempts to escape cycles of abuse and poverty while learning to become a more nurturing mother and discovering her own self-worth.