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None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful.
— Mother Teresa
 

There are over 300 agencies in Toronto working to end homelessness on any given day. What we’ve learned at Homeless Connect Toronto is that we can only end homelessness when we work together.

Homeless Connect Toronto is a Community Partner in the Toronto Alliance to End Homelessness (TAEH), which is a “community-based collective impact initiative that recognizes the critical importance of working in a new way towards our common vision of zero chronic and episodic homelessness in Toronto”.

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ZERO TO is the Toronto Alliance’s to End Homelessness’ campaign to end chronic homelessness in our city. It is based on work being done internationally along the Built For Zero model – a set of practices and tools that support communities in redesigning their local systems to achieve and then maintain zero chronic homelessness.

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“Innovating integration” - april 2, 2019

Homeless Connect Toronto organized a Panel Discussion on “Innovating Integration”, which looked at the need for service integration among service agencies. Janet Menard (Deputy Minister - Children, Community and Social Services) moderated the event, with panel members: Mark Aston (CEO of Fred Victor; Chair of the TAEH), Sarah Jean Harrison (Academic Instructor, Ryerson University), and Michael Creek (Director of Strategic Initiatives, Working for Change).

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service provider strategic planning feedback - march 7, 2017

As part of our Strategic Planning process, Homeless Connect Toronto invited some long-term partners to provide feedback into how our organization could continue to work collaboratively with their organizations, with a common goal of ending homelessness in Toronto.