For Immediate Release- November 25, 2004
Program for homeless and low-income
finds temporary home
Sistering is pleased to welcome the public to an Open House
of the new temporary location.
Tuesday November 30, 6-8 pm.
the old Heydon Park Secondary School
11 St. Anne's Road, off Dovercourt, half-way between College and
Come see the space, the programming in action and hear from women
with lived experiences of homelessness.
Sistering, a charitable organization serving homeless, low-income
and marginalized women in Toronto has recently re-located it's College
Street Drop-In and administrative services to make room for condominiums.
While still in need of a long-term home, Sistering has settled into
it's temporary new location in the old Heydon Park Secondary School.
Founded in 1981, Sistering has been supporting homeless, low-income
and socially isolated women through practical and emotional support
in the Toronto community for over 23 years. And for 10 of those
years, Sistering's Drop-In and administrative offices have been
located at 523 College Street. Open 7 days per week, the Drop-In
sees nearly 100 women each day.
Sistering's offers a safe and welcome space and provides hot meals,
showers and laundry facilities, access to health care professionals,
clothing donations, support groups, housing services, pre-employment
and community development initiatives to thousands of women annually,
many who struggle with mental health, violence and abuse issues
on a daily basis. For more information on Sistering please go to
Please call (416) 926-9762 for more information.
Angela Robertson, Executive Director: ext. 226
Lori Reinsilber, Resource Development Manager, ext. 233
C/o Heydon Park S.S., 11 St. Anne's Rd.
Phone: (416) 926-9762; Fax: (416) 926-1932
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