Dear brothers and sisters, parishioners and guests of our church,
our Helping Center to Ukrainian Refugees is very grateful to everyone who donated a batch of food and necessary stuff according to the peoples’ needs. Many requests of those who applied to us are satisfied. We’re glad that more and more people are coming to the Center! We are happy that English speaking community has joined us so actively!
Be informed that the North York Community House kindly agreed to be our supporter. So, those who arrived from Ukraine under the CUAET program or have refugee status can now get assistance in registration at the Food Bank.
We can also help you get advice from a highly qualified, experienced social worker on all issues of life arrangement (except housing). If there are 4-5 applications for this kind of counseling, a meeting with a social worker would be arranged in Church House at 823-A Manning Ave., Toronto for your convenience.
Please, let us know if you are interested in hosting information sessions on Employment and School Education topics.
In addition, now we help parents who have arrived with children suffering from diseases and kids with special needs. You can find information support regarding obtaining financial aid and finding special services. You can also find a circle of communication with families who have life experience in overcoming problems like your ones.
We continue to accept the following donations:
kitchen appliances (kettles, coffee makers, blenders, mixers, etc.), various kitchen utensils;
household electrical appliances (fans, hairdryers, vacuum cleaners, irons, etc.);
children’s goods (clothes, diapers, etc.);
as well as grocery stores’ gift cards.
We temporarily do not accept women’s and men’s clothing.
Once again, thanks to all donors and volunteers, especially those who recently arrived and so actively joined us.
God bless you!
Our address: Church House at 823A Manning Ave, 2nd floor of Church House. Bathurst and Dupont is the closest intersection, Bus #7, Olive Stop. Or use Subway: Bathurst or Christie station.
Contact phone: (647) 854-7994 – Olga Ivanova, coordinator.