By Kathryn Hill
A resident and her children moved into interim accommodations yesterday, April 2, that provides her enhanced privacy and the ability to self-isolate. This was a planned move as it had become apparent that our shelter was not equipped to meet the complexity of her needs. This is not a decision we take lightly. We are collaborating with the city to find her more suitable long-term accommodations and we are confident she and her children will be taken care of.
Although the COVID-19 outbreak affects us all, many of you have reached out asking how you can help our families. We are deeply appreciative of your thoughtfulness and welcome your support.
There are 5 ways you can have an immediate impact:
Please be assured that the Red Door Family Shelter is committed to protecting our clients, staff and community from the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 virus.
Wow!! A huge thank you to our incredible community for making our first ever Coldest Night of the Year fundraising walk sooo amazing! Congratulations to our amazing teams and walkers for raising over $90,000 to provide shelter and support for over 350 families in 2020! Thank you for changing lives! We look forward to seeing you all again next year!
Hear our Fundraising Coordinator, Kirsten Cooney speak with Wolfgang Klein interview on AM640's The Wolf of Bay Street, about the Red Door and our Coldest Night of the Year event. Interview @29:00 - 42:00.